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H.G. Harvey Constructors' Richard 'Dick' Harvey Sr. Passes at Age 80

Wed August 08, 2018 - Midwest Edition #16
AGC, Cron-Sheehy


Mr. Harvey was known in the industry as the owner of H.G. Harvey Construction.
Mr. Harvey was known in the industry as the owner of H.G. Harvey Construction.

Richard “Dick” Howard Harvey Sr. passed away at age 80 in his home on July 17, 2018, with his wife by his side.

Mr. Harvey was born on October 13, 1937. He went on to receive his Civil Engineering Degree from the University of Minnesota in 1960.

The following year, Mr. Harvey married his beloved wife, Nancy Mae Carlson, in July of 1961. The couple recently celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary.

Mr. Harvey was well known in the industry; he was the owner of H.G. Harvey Constructors from 1961 until the time of his retirement. Additionally, Mr. Harvey served as an AGC of Minnesota board member and as Board Chairman in 1986. He was awarded the AGC of Minnesota Skill, Responsibility and Integrity (SRI) Award in 2006.

Mr. Harvey also served on the Eleventh-Gilbert School Board for 16 years and was a strong, vocal advocate for the Iron Range community.

Mr. Harvey is survived by his wife Nancy; their children Rick, Christopher, Lisa and Michelle; their grandchildren Alyssa, Samantha, Audra, Jack, Abby, Spencer, Lauren, Maija, Quinn, Lucy; their great-grandson Henry Richard; his brother Ted; and nieces and nephews.

Mr. Harvey was preceded in death by his parents, Howard and Audra, and his grandson Peter.




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