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Condolence From: Ken and Doris Taylor
Condolence: To Phyllis, Susan, Cathy, June, Heidi, spouses, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and family members.
Please accept our sincere condolences in the loss you have suffered with dear Harvey’s home call. This will leave you all with a sense of sadness but we are thankful that this will be tempered by the knowledge that he has gone to be with the Lord and Saviour whom he loved. He has looked forward to this for many years.
My friendship with Harvey goes back to 1965 when we stayed in the same boarding house in Corner Brook. He was a very helpful companion in my early days as a Christian, we enjoyed discussing the Scriptures and preaching the gospel in open air meetings.
Harvey will be remembered for his kindness and thoughtfulness of others. He was marked by a cheerful spirit and had a happy demeanor even through periods of discomfort. Harvey always enjoyed times of conversation during visits at his home and later in the care home. These chats always revealed an interest in others and the Lord’s work.
Harvey was warm-hearted and personable. He loved to speak about the Saviour, and especially His return. Doris remembers that he always mentioned the Lord’s coming in his gospel messages. We are thankful that he is now with the Lord and fully enjoying His presence.
We will remember you in our prayers. May the Lord comfort you during this time of separation.
Our love to you all, Ken and Doris Taylor
Saturday June 17, 2017
Condolence From: Monica Yetman
Condolence: Phyllis and family. Sorry to hear of Mr. Lynch's passing thoughts and prayers go out to u all at this very sad time. He was certainly a caring and gentle man will never forget when we moved in town and how he always picked us up for the meetings and the cookies he would always bring to our home. Memories that will never be forgotten. Take care of each other.
Friday June 16, 2017
Condolence From: Karen and Wayne Hollahan
Condolence: Susan , Eric , Nicola , Erika and families

Wayne and I are so sorry to hear of the sudden passing of your Dad. He was a beautiful person and always had a smile on his face when we had the pleasure over the years to meet him, We are thinking of you during this difficult , sad time. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers 🙏🏻
Friday June 16, 2017
Condolence From: Ruth Spracklin
Condolence: Phyllis and Family,
Our sincere condolences on the passing of dear Harvey. We have such fond memories from over the years that we will always cherish.
Love and Prayers,
Ruth and Family
Friday June 16, 2017
Condolence From: Scott & Elizabeth Goff
Condolence: Dear Phyllis, Susan, Cathy, June , Heidi, and families,
Scott & I want to send our love & sympathy to you all at this difficult time. The most vivid memories of Harvey for me are of him rising to his feet during the worship meeting and giving thanks to the Lord he loved . He loved to offer thanksgiving for the amazing salvation he enjoyed. The gospel was his delight and he got joy from sharing his faith with others. He was, indeed a happy man. You've lost a wonderful husband, father, father-in-law, grandpa but for him it is very far better. May the Lord bring comfort as only He can and please know we are remembering you all in prayer during this difficult time.
Friday June 16, 2017
Condolence From: Linda (Skeffington) Patterson
Condolence: Sending my condolences to the Lynch family and may God surround you with his love through this saddened day. Harvey was a kind, loving Christian man and I will always keep him in my heart.
Thursday June 15, 2017
Condolence From: Raeburn & Lillian MacDougall
Condolence: Dear Phyllis and family.
Our hearts are saddened by your loss. Harvey was a man of great Christian character who lived a spiritual and happy life. He loved to share the gospel and he was an encouragement to those who knew him. May God’s presence bring healing to your hearts, and may His love surround you with the comfort only He can give. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

As for me, I will behold thy face in righteousness: I shall be satisfied, when I awake, with thy likeness. Psa 17:15
Thursday June 15, 2017
Condolence From: Loretta and Gerald Ryan
Condolence: To Phyllis and all the girls ,so sorry to hear of Harvey's passing .He certainly was a kind and loving man .Our family moved to St.john's in the late 70st and he was a God sent to our family ,his kind and generous deeds never was forgotten by the family .cherish all the good memories you have I'm sure you have many .Hugs to you all ,God Bless 🙏🏻
Thursday June 15, 2017
Condolence From: Eric & Joyce Davis
Condolence: Phyllis & Family,
Sorry to hear of Harvey's passing. You and your family are in our prayers at this time. God bless.
Thursday June 15, 2017
Condolence From: Gaius and Linda Goff
Condolence: Dear Phyllis and family,
At this difficult time of loss, we want to send our sincerest sympathy to you all. We have the wonderful hope that it is only for a little while, and we will be re-united to be forever with the Lord. What a glorious prospect!
We have very fond memories of dear Harvey over many years, but what stands out very clearly is that he was a happy man. Whenever we visited, especially in later years, it was so evident that he had the joy of the Lord in his heart. It seemed apparent that he was aware of the Lord's presence being in the room with him. His conversation was about the Lord, His people, His work, and His coming. During our visits told us of the different opportunities he had to share the good news of the gospel where he was living. He was faithful in his witness.
We also are very thankful that he was a man of prayer, and will now miss the prayers of our dear brother. He has finished what the Lord put in his hands to do, and is now "at home" with His Lord and Saviour. We thank the Lord for the memory of our dear brother.
May you all find comfort and peace from the Lord, through the scriptures and the Lord's people.
"Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints." Ps. 116:15
Thursday June 15, 2017
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