Pratt, Harvey

PRATT, Harvey

1925 - 2022

Our gracious and loving Father, Harvey Reynolds Pratt, entered the immediate presence of His Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ at 3:40 PM January 1st from his bed in the Kirkland Lake Extendicare Nursing Home.

He lived an unselfish life to the benefit of many others and to the glory of His God.  He genuinely loved the Lord Jesus who saved him from his sins as a boy on one hot summer day in August of 1938 in the Charlton area.

He truly loved his faithful wife Ida Iris Pratt (nee Rodgers); having been married since April 12, 1949.

Please remember his beloved wife who will surely miss the one who loved her dearly for over seven decades.  Harvey was predeceased by his daughter-in-law Doris Pratt.

Harvey's six children and their spouses feel a great loss but are thankful that his suffering is eternally over. Murray and Martha Pratt; Eric and Sylvia Taylor; Douglas and Deborah Yade; Larry and Mary-Jane Pratt; Geoffrey and Gwendolyn Schinkel; Bryan and Rhonda Mann ...are looking forward to meeting Dad Pratt once again in Heaven above!

Harvey Pratt leaves behind 27 grandchildren, 59 great-grandchildren, and spouses who will also miss him very much.

The family wishes to thank all the staff at Extendicare for their many kindnesses shown to Dad and Mom during their stay there.

Donations can be made to the Kirkland Lake Extendicare Nursing Home; Truth and Tidings Gospel Trust or any charity of your choice.

 

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The Pratt Families and his loved ones

Our deepest sympathies on the loss of your father. May he Rest In Peace

Gilbert and Lina Carriere, January 5, 2022

The Pratt Family

The Pratt Family...

We are sorry to hear of the passing of Harvey. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time. Condolences to all.

Dean and Theresa Black, January 5, 2022

The Pratts

What a life, what a heritage and what an example. He left a part of himself with everyone he came in contact with. He was the last uncle among 16 that I lay claim to. He was my employer through my teens and a leader at church. Firm with his word but not in a harsh way. His smiling face, tearful eye and warm heart will be remembered . Using my sanctified imagination, I think there was a joyful reunion when he arrived home - such a long list of welcomers. See you later Uncle Harvey. Well done!

Tim Aldred, January 5, 2022

Pratt Family

Stan Fergusson and Dave Gardiner enjoyed their visit with Harvey and Iris. Great memories.

Stan Fergusson , January 5, 2022

My Pratt cousins and dear Aunt Iris

There are so many memories and feelings that come to mind when I think of my uncle Harvey but the words that keep coming to me are love and family. The love that he always showed to us nieces and nephews but especially to my dad will never be forgotten. I remember as a kid the daily phone calls with my dad where they’d catch each other up on their day, I always wondered how they found so much to talk about! And then when my dad was dying of cancer, Uncle Harvey at 92 made the trip to the hospital once a week for as long as he could to spend time with his little brother. His being there for our dad is a lesson that my siblings and I have tried to emulate with each other ever since. I will miss my visits with Uncle Harvey but I know that there was great rejoicing in heaven when he arrived there on Saturday. I’m sure that my dad was one of the first to greet his hero! You are all on my hearts as you say goodbye to your dad. I am so thankful that it is for just a little while!

Helen (Pratt) Brown, January 5, 2022

Mrs. Iris Pratt and Family

Dear Aunt Iris and Family,

My thoughts and prayers are sent to you at this time. There is no more suffering. Uncle Harvey has left us with wonderful memories of times together. He has left a legacy of family values for us to try to emulate. A life well lived.

God bless,

Shirley Flemming-O'Grady

Shirley E O'Grady, January 6, 2022

Mrs. Pratt and Family,

Dear Mrs. Pratt,

We are thinking of you during this time of grief as you process your deep loss. We knew your husband to be a good and godly man, well-liked and revered by many. He was friendly, honest and genuine; he loved his family and was good to his friends and neighbours. We are confident that when he entered heaven's gates he heard his Heavenly Father say, "Well done, good and faithful servant.............. Enter thou into the joy of thy Lord." Matthew 25:23

We will keep your family in our prayers in these difficult days of grief. May the knowledge that he is now with his Saviour, bring you peace and comfort. Lloyd & Nancy Packham

Lloyd & Nancy Packham, January 6, 2022

Larry and Family

Condolences to all......beloved memories will keep him close to your heart

Linda Wilson, January 6, 2022

The Pratt Family

Our condolences to all the Pratt family & friends. May all your wonderful memories give you comfort.

Tom & Holly Woollings, January 6, 2022

The Pratt family

Anne and I send our condolences to the family and loved ones of Harvey Pratt who is now with his Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.
One of my favourite memories of Harvey is when Dad (Dave) had just ought his Massey-Ferguson 35 tractor with two mounted ploughs in the early 60’s, but couldn’t get it to plough. So he waited until Harvey came with the mail and he set them up for him and away Dad went ploughing as happy as could be.
Meeting Harvey was always a pleasant experience.

Ron & Anne Bailey, January 6, 2022

The Pratt Family

It is with fond memories of this gentle, Godly man, and with our deepest sympathy, that we send you all our love, prayers and thoughts.
My Dad had great respect and love for your Dad.
With care and affection,
Gord and Karen

Gord and Karen Brock, January 6, 2022

Pratt/Yade family

Mr. Harvey Pratt was the kindest, most gentle man I have ever known. I will always remember his wonderful smile and kind words. To his wife, I am sorry for your great loss.

Sally Parcher, January 6, 2022

The Pratt family

We wish to express our condolences in your loss. What a comfort to know he is at home with his Lord and Saviour. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Doug and Cleo Patten

Doug and Cleo Patten, January 6, 2022

Family

My deepest condolences to all the family.
He will truly be missed.

Léo Durette, January 6, 2022

Aunt Iris and the Pratt family

We have fond memories of Uncle Harvey. He and Aunt Iris always treated us kindly and with love, really as part of the family. We treasure these memories, and look forward to the time when we meet again.

Randy and Evelyn Rodgers, January 7, 2022

Dear Aunt Iris and Family

I will always remember Uncle Harvey as a kind, loving and gentleman. My memories of going to Charlton growing up and being with family is unforgettable. Uncle Harvey was well loved by all and you will all miss him dearly but you will reunite again with him one day! What a day that will be!!! Love to you all, Patti Jill ox

Patricia Gervais, January 7, 2022

The Pratt and Yale family.

My deepest sympathy.

Doris Uhrayn , January 7, 2022

to the pratt family

my deepest sympathy

francine charbonneau, January 7, 2022

The Pratt family

We have so many fond
memories of Mr Pratt.
He was a truly special person who had a gentle manner.
He always had a story and chuckle when he would deliver the mail to our farm. Our
family looked forward to his visits.
Vivian(Arts) and Brian Caron

Vivian and Brian Caron, January 9, 2022

The Pratt Family

My deepest sympathies to the family,
Mr Pratt was such a good friend to my parents!
I always think of him bringing the mail, often stopping in for a bowl of Moms soup, and asking about the family. He was a very kind, caring man. So much more than the mailman!
Sincerely Mary-Lou ( Arts) & Mike Lauzon

Mary-Lou Lauzon , January 10, 2022

The Pratt Family

Praying for your family as you grieve the loss of your loved one here on earth. Mr. Pratt was such a Godly kind man who was such an inspiration to others and is now resting in perfect peace in the arms of his loving Saviour. May you cherish each memory of him until our Lord returns.
Mark & Cheryl Taylor

Mark & Cheryl Taylor, January 11, 2022

Family of Harvey Pratt

Thinking with Christian love of wonderful Sunday School days back in Hough Lake..Harvey’s smile and great sense of humor will always be remembered..
On behalf Gordon Wilson 1913=1998 and Edith Wilson 1925=1971
and family…our thoughts are with each of you..especialy dear Iris…hugs to each of you from our hearts to yours..elma

Elma(Wilson)MacDonald, January 11, 2022

Larry and Pratt family

So sorry to hear of your dad's passing. He certainly left behind a legacy of love. My deepest sympathy to all.

Rose-Lyne D'Aoust-Messier, January 20, 2022

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