Richard A. Harvey, age 57, of Arlington Dr., Pymatuning Twp., Greenville, passed away Wednesday morning, January 4, 2023 in his residence after a courageous battle with cancer.

Rick was born in Greenville on October 9, 1965 to Arthur J. and Doris I. (Reynolds) Harvey. He was a graduate of Reynolds High School and served in the U.S. Navy. Rick had been employed for over the past twenty years at Sharon Tube Corp. He was a member of Greenville Family Moose Center #276 and he had a true passion for fishing all of his life and also enjoyed hunting.

Rick is survived by his mother; Doris Harvey, a sister; Karen Visniesky and her husband Mark, and a sister-in-law; Patti Harvey, all of Greenville. He is also survived by two nieces; Jamie Biro and her husband Scott and Jenna Borsa and her husband Matt and a great-niece; Emmie Biro. He was preceded in death by his father and a brother; James R. Harvey.

Family and friends will be received on Wednesday, January 11, 2023 from 12:00-2:00pm in Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 6704, Hagerstown, MD 21741.



  1. Randy Brant Randy Brant
    January 5, 2023    

    Prayers of comfort for the family. Had the honor of working with Rich at Sharon Tube. His personality and knowledge made many shifts tolerable. An American Hero. God bless him

  2. Sherri Hooks Bobbitt Sherri Hooks Bobbitt
    January 5, 2023    

    So sorry for the families loss. Prayers for the family. I graduated with Richard. He was always a very nice guy. I worked with his sister Karen at Pennsak for several years.

  3. Stephanie Williams Stephanie Williams
    January 5, 2023    

    My deepest condolences to all of you. Prayers for healing & comfort during this difficult time. I was honored to call him my friend.

  4. Kaylan VanSickle Luce Kaylan VanSickle Luce
    January 5, 2023    

    My heart is broken for all who loved Ricky. My childhood is full of many memories of stopping to talk to Ricky then getting right back to playing. Our family loves you!

  5. Eric Schweiss Eric Schweiss
    January 6, 2023    

    Rich didn’t say much, but when he did it was something that made us all laugh or enjoy working with him. He spoke to me about retiring (just as I was leaving for retirement in July of 2021). I am sad that Rich never got to retire, but as a Christian, I am confident that where he is now is so, so much better. To his family, you are in my daily prayers as is Rich. He is a good friend and someone who it was an honor to have worked with. Peace to Rich and you, his loved ones.

  6. Mike Funk and family Mike Funk and family
    January 6, 2023    

    Sending prayers and thoughts to all the family and friends

  7. David Cline David Cline
    January 6, 2023    

    So sorry for the lost of Ricky , he was very loving & caring son, brother. Your all in my prayers since I can’t be there.

  8. Robert Fustos Robert Fustos
    January 7, 2023    

    Although I have not seen Rick in years, I have many fond memories. We had a lot of good times in high school playing on the basketball team. Rick could dunk in work boots! He was very quiet , but extremely funny and a true friend. I’m sorry for your loss. RIP

  9. David Warchol Jr David Warchol Jr
    January 10, 2023    

    I haven’t seen Ricky in awhile, but I I have many fond memories of growing up with him in the neighborhood. Playing basketball, baseball and hanging out on Chamberlain’s back porch playing cards and listening to music. We spent our summers at the Greenville Memorial Pool and had a lot of fun. I am so sorry for your loss.

  10. Anonymous Anonymous
    January 11, 2023    

    Everyone’s thoughts and prayers are with you all. Rich was a great coworker and will be sadly missed by all

  11. James Bartholomew James Bartholomew
    January 11, 2023    

    So sorry for your loss,Rich will be missed by many,our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  12. Amber Frable Amber Frable
    January 11, 2023    

    Harvey or “Sticks” as he was fondly called at work; was a great person, a dependable worker, and an all around great guy and one hell of a fisherman. He was a great co-worker and he will be missed by many of us. Heartfelt prayers go out to Rich’s family. God bless.

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