Juanita De Jesus Harvey

October 1945 ~ August 2020

About the Service

There are no services planned at this time.

Juanita Harvey passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family at the age of 74 at her home in Ceres, CA.

She was born and raised in San Jose, CA. She graduated from Overfelt High School in 1965. She then married her high school sweetheart, John L. Harvey, on February 5, 1966. She was able to celebrate 50 years of marriage in 2016 before his death later that year.

She is survived by her children John D. and Rachel Harvey, James Harvey, and Jessica Harvey, seven grandchildren, and three great grandchildren.

She was a special woman and will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

There are no services planned at this time.

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Remembrances

  1. My loving sister oh how i will miss you so, i wish we could have been in touch more often and for that i apolijize. You were the best sister i could ever ask for, I know you are with mom, lupe, bebe, richard, benny, and most of all POLA.. I love You Always until i see you all again.

    Forever in My Heart, Emily

  2. My condolences and prayers for the Harvey family. I’m at Juanita Church and spent many hours reading the word with her studying and praying. She is an awesome lady and I will miss her dearly.

  3. My condolences to the Harvey Family.
    I met Juanita when I was 14. She and John let me in their home and treated me as family. Juanita took me on many ventures to San Fran, Santa Cruz, Monterey, and many others. Juanita was selfless, kind, loving, understanding, and nonjudgmental. I learned a lot about life from Juanita and John. Much of that I use to raise my own family. I will miss our conversations on the phone with her. I am happy that she is with John now. She will be missed. God bless you Juanita Harvey. Love you, Ernest Orta.

  4. Prayers for strength to the family. My deepest condolences…i know how much she was loved and cared for and I believe she knew that till the end. May she rest in peace. God Bless ❤

  5. To the family my deepest condolences, Juanita was a wonderful person and you could see that right away. The one thing I will remember the most is her laugh, oh was it contagious, you couldn’t help but laugh or a least crack a smile. I also remember catching up with her at the weirdest places and having these random conversations, how blunt she was, how sarcastic she was and again how she was always smiling. To Juanita, rest in peace and thank you for the all the conversations we were able to have, I’ll remember those deeply.

  6. Oh my dear mudder. You were the best mom we could’ve ever asked for. I’m gonna miss our crazy conversations and mini vacays to Black Oak. Life didn’t turn out the way you imagined it in the end, but s#&t happens, as you would say. I know you’re with dad and everyone else who was waiting patiently for you to arrive. Please remember what we talked about. Rest well. Love you whole bunch. Your Dudder.

  7. Juanita has been in the Harvey family for over 60 yrs not a sister by blood but by choice. Remember when my brother first told my parents he met a girl in the 8th grade. Her and my brother were true soul mates. I know when she passed by brother was waiting for her with open arms as they danced across the rainbow bridge. She will be greatly missed. Until we meet again sister. Always in our hearts. We love you.

  8. I’m so sad that this sweet lady has passed, but I know she’s in a better place. She had a beautiful smile & always showed how much she loved her family and Jesus. I will miss her for now, but I look forward to seeing her again in Heaven. My condolences to all her family & her friends.❤️

  9. Juanita was a very sweet lady, She came in my office to rent a property about 7years ago! I remember that day as it was yesterday she always had a smile on her face and loved her family dearly. Rest in paradise Juanita Harvey.

  10. I wish i could of met this wonderful woman
    My Condolences to all the family
    Love you all
    Prayers to y’all
    RIP Juanita

  11. I have know Juanita for over 40 years. We first
    met working at National Seminconductor. She was an outstanding worker, not to mention a wonderful woman with a great soul, and sense of humor. I remember one day she came to work in her Volkswagen Beetle, and I pranked her by filling it up with newspapers. The look on her face when she came out to go home was priceless. Had it been anyone else I don’t think they would have taken it so well. I will surely miss her. May you Rest In Peace Juanita!

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