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Harvey G.  Hollandsworth
Harvey G. Hollandsworth

 

Harvey G. Hollandsworth

Apr 30, 1937 - Sep 21, 2017

Harvey Glenn Hollandsworth, 80, of Brady, passed away on Thursday, September 21, 2017.

Visitation will be Tuesday, September 26, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Schnider Funeral Home. The funeral service will be Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at Faith Lutheran Church, 1601 2nd Ave N, Suite 108, Great Falls, MT, with burial at Hillside Cemetery in Conrad, Montana. Schnider Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.

Harvey was born with the gift of gab on April 30, 1937 to Esther and Glenn Hollandsworth of Brady, Montana. He lived, farmed, ranched, worshipped, volunteered, hoarded and died in the same community for 80 years.  Harvey served on the Chouteau County Sheriff’s Department and Knees Volunteer Fire Department for numerous decades, and he was a 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Mason.

He was an avid history and movie buff, a staunch Montana State University Alumni and a firearm aficionado.

Harvey is survived by his wife of nearly 53 years, Marcia; his #1 daughter Kimberly of Brady, MT; his #1 son Heath and wife Kari; grandchildren Karsyn and Harrison, of Amarillo, TX; and countless family and friends too numerous to name.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests charitable donation to the Faith Lutheran Church or charity of your choice.

Public Guest Book

Sep 26th
Don Seyfert
My condolences to the family of Harvey. I knew him through Law Enforcement and Gun Shows. He is now in the arms of the Lord.
Sep 26th
Karen (Cofer) Haggart
Dear Marcia and Family,

I am so very sorry for your loss. Harvey was one of the nicest men I knew. He was just in the office recently, visiting and invited me to your new church. He was a gem of a person and will be missed. Sincerely
Sep 26th
Joe lehnerz
I think the test of any persons life is how their presence in the world affects others. This man has made an impression on many, myself included. Words will not be able to express our loss.
Sep 26th
Bronwen Shaffner
My Dearest Marcia, Kim, and Heath,

Our hearts are with you every step of the way. Uncle Harvey was the most sweetest man I knew. He did have the gift of gab for sure and I could listen to him for hours. He intrigued me with stories even as a child. I'll always cherish memories of riding tractors, endless summers, and his corny jokes. He was an amazing man, he was more than just a sharp shooter with a gun he was a sharp shooter with life. So glad Wes had a chance to get to know him, and now my children are blessed with memories of Uncle Harvey. So proud to have been his niece. I love you all, and wish we could be there. Many prayers and Hugs, Bronwen, Joe, Wes, Dylana and Evelyn
Sep 26th
Mary Jo (Bailly) Stebbins
Kim, it has been too long since I have seen you. I miss your kind smile. I am so sorry for your loss.
Sep 26th
Erin Hollandsworth
Harvey was a former brother-in-law and we spent ten years living next door to one another and shared many experiences; too many to mention in this format. He was a very unique character and an avid collector.
Harvey didn't know a stranger and could talk with anyone. That is a true gift!

I will miss knowing that Harvey is no longer in this world but, I will always have fond memories of the shared times we did spend as a family. Rest well Harvey.
Sep 26th
Arnie & Ruth Ihnen
Marcia, Kimberly, Heath and family,
We are so sorry to hear about Harvey. Always enjoyed coming to Montana and seeing you. Harvey was always so gracious to show Arnie around the ranch. Harvey had so much to be proud of. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
Sep 26th
Dan & Nadine Thares
Dear Marsha & family,
Our deepest sympathy for you in the loss of Harvey. We always looked forward to talking to Harvey at the gun shows and he was always happy to see everyone.
Sep 26th
Wil and Becky Dubielczyk
Marcia and Family,
Harvey was a wonderful mentor to Wil in learning the gun business and became a terrific friend. We are left with many great memories of our lively conversations at the gun shows we will truly miss his smiling face and are so glad to have known him. Love and prayers to your entire family.
Sep 27th
LARRY DUREN
WE WERE SORRY TO HEAR OF HARVEY'S PASSING. HE WAS ALWAYS FRIENDLY, LIKED TO TALK, JOKE & MADE YOU FEEL LIKE YOU WERE PART OF HIS FAMILY. HE WILL BE MISSED BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. RIP SEE YOU ON THE OTHER SIDE :-)
LARRY & MARGIE DUREN
Sep 27th
Don and Carol Miller
Our sincere sympathy goes out to you all. Harvey was a very nice person which we all liked. He will be missed. Our prayers are with you. Don and Carol Miller

 


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