OBITUARY

Harvey Jack Schweitzman

23 December, 195627 April, 2021

Mr. Harvey Jack Schweitzman was born on December 23, 1956 in Toronto, Ontario and passed away on April 27, 2021 in Victoria, British Columbia at the age of 64 years.

Harvey served 35 years with the Department of National Defense and Public Service. Harvey will be lovingly remembered by his wife Rana, son Steven, favorite furry friend Levi and Granddog Chloe. Also survived by his Father-in-law Bud Moar (Ethel Zurvell), Brother-in-law Bob (Leanna). He is predeceased by his parents Viktor and Adele Schweitzman.

“Thank you for your Service”

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared below for the Schweitzman family. Arrangements entrusted to the care of First Memorial Funeral Services 4725 Falaise Drive, Victoria, British Columbia. Phone 250-658-5244.

Services

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
15 May

A Celebration of Life

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

First Memorial Funeral Services

Chapel

4725 Falaise Drive
Victoria, British Columbia V8Y 1B4

Memories

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Kristina Ross

13 May 2021

Dear Rana and Steve,
We are so very sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with your family during this difficult time.

Our deepest condolences,

Kristina, Darcy, Cole and Bella

Sally Hannah

13 May 2021

Dear Rana and Steven,
I'm so very sad at your loss, and I hope the messages of support and love from those who knew him will help you during this difficult time. He was truly a treasure and I will miss him . Deepest condolences.
Sally

Ross & Karen Thorstad

11 May 2021

Rana and Steven

We are so sorry for your loss. When we moved into your neighborhood on Promenade Crescent in Royal Bay, Harvey was one of the first neighbours we met. He invited us over to your home where we enjoyed some of Harvey’s home made wine. We also were invited over for an awesome dinner. We continued over time to enjoy the odd glass of wine together.

Harvey was kind, generous, hospitable and always had a smile on his face. He was proud of his family and his home. We also know he was a fighter and he fought a good race.

Rest In Peace Harvey, may your shining light flow down on Rana and Steven who are forever in your heart.

Sincere condolences
Karen & Ross Thorstad

Mike Lalonde

8 May 2021

Our condolences to Rana and family. Harvey will be missed, he was always easy going and a helpful individual. I remember seeing the Starwars movie together while on course which he paid for, got me hooked on it. Fond memories.

Gerry & Susan Drover

7 May 2021

Today I mourn the passing of my dear friend and fellow Military Police Officer!
Harvey and I served together at Special Investigation Unit Edmonton. A true professional , respected by his superiors and fellow co-workers, Harvey proved himself to be a a most capable NCO and Special Investigator.
Harvey loved to socialize celebrating Section gatherings, birthdays, holidays, etc. Susan and I were most fortunate to enjoy Harvey and Rana's company and friendship during our time together in Edmonton.
Those who knew Harvey are aware of his excellent wine making skills, He taught me and turned me into a home brewer however he discovered I was drinking the wine well before its due date. Great times were always had by all. When I visited Victoria, Harvey would always open his home to me enjoying a meal with his family....always a most gracious host.

Harvey, we will always remember you.
Rest in Peace my Friend

Rana and Steven, our sincerest condolences on the passing of Harvey

Layne Woodburn

7 May 2021

To Rana and family my condolences and sadness to hear of Harvey having passed. I had the honor to care for Harvey during his short stay at The Heights at Mount View. I will always remember fondly his grin and spirit while in a difficult time of his all too short life.

Debbie Shaughnessy

7 May 2021

I had the pleasure to meet Harvey after his retirement from the forces.
He was wise, witty and always had a kind word for everyone.
My sincere condolences to Rana and Steven.

Brenda Crowe

3 May 2021

Harvey, my friend, so sad to hear of your passing! Deepest condolences to your family. Fondest memories being on tour with you in the Golan with Bob & I. You and he being silly room mates at the embassy dinner where I met Bob for the first time! You were just as silly as he was and made me laugh all the way to my room that evening! Rest In Peace my friend, no doubt you & Bob are being silly again in heaven together! Love & Sympathy for your beloved family❤️

Brenda Crowe(nee LaCombe)

Mel Pittman

2 May 2021

Served with Harvey at CFB Lahr in the early eighties and he was one of those people that you never forgot for all of the right reasons. I remember him as being a fine young soldier/policeman, highly self-disciplined and motivated, one who strived to do his very best in each and every task assigned. His leadership skills ultimately led him to achieve the rank of Warrant Officer, qualities he had displayed early in his career. As his former Sgt-Maj I can attest to Harvey's outstanding qualities as I well remember him standing out amongst his peers early in his career. Rest in peace Soldier. We will Remember You!

Laura Nevile

2 May 2021

I first met Harvey when he was in uniform at CFB Esq. We worked together on a few projects. He was a pleasure to work with even though the tasks weren't pleasant. His ability to see the good in everyone was astounding. Through the later years when he became a civilian our families shared many happy memories. He became someone who you could count on no matter the situation. He was a fantastic roll model to my boys and they will miss him immensely. There is so much good to be said about Harvey and not enough space to say it. Harvey you were loved and will be remembered. I hope when my time comes we can sit and remember the good old days. Love the Neviles

FROM THE FAMILY