May 13, 1957 – July 7, 2018
Harold Dean Javaux was born in Crescent City, CA on May 13,1957 to Lucille and Clarence (Bill) Javaux. He was preceded in death by his parents. He was survived by his brothers; Michael Javaux and wife Carol of Visalia, David Javaux and wife Sheila of Corcoran and Victor Javaux of Corcoran. Sisters; Suzette Weathers and Barry of Kingman, AZ, Vi Javaux and husband Martin of Corcoran. Daughters; Malory Javaux and Michael of Santa Maria, Brittanie Gonzales and Shanda Gonzales of Hanford and Grandchildren; Joseph, Makenah, Matix, Carson, Riley and Lincoln, as well as many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces and Nephews.
Harold and family moved to Corcoran, CA in 1962 when he was 5 years old, where he lived until moving to Hanford, CA in 2003. For the past 30 years he managed Cross Creek Ginning Company and working with cotton became one of the biggest passions of his life. He also enjoyed playing softball, golfing, restoring his ‘69 Camaro, riding his Harley, camping and off-roading at the dessert, mountains or beach with family and friends. Harold was diagnosed with brain cancer in May of 2016 and fought until Saturday July 7, 2018.
A Memorial Service will be held Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 10:00 am at Corcoran Community Church of the Nazarene; 1201 Letts Ave Corcoran, CA with a Celebration of Life to follow at 11:00 am at the Soliz Barn; 239 5th Ave Corcoran, CA.
In lieu of gifts or flowers the family requests donations be sent to the American Cancer Society or Kaweah Delta Hospice.
- Memorial Service Wednesday, July 11, 2018
- Celebration of Life Wednesday, July 11, 2018
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July 12, 2018
Harold, you were such a huge part of our lives for such a long time and I appreciate every moment we had with you over the last several years. I thank you for sharing your family with us since day 1 when you made me take the kids to Easter at the park with your family. All of the camping trips, going to the races, all the trash talking we did playing around all these years has been such a huge part of our life that you not being here leaves such a void. Thank you for taking my son under your wing for all of those years and helping develop him into the man he is today. I know you are as proud of him as I am every day. Thank you for taking my cousins and their children into your heart and treating them like nothing less than your own all of these years.
You were a one of a kind guy who is loved and respected by so many people and you touched so many peoples lives with just being yourself. They don't make em like you anymore Uncle Harvey!! (you never even corrected my grandma when she named you that and it just stuck, lol)
Ride free old man, you're home now!! Give my mama a hug and kiss for me, you guys should hit it off real well up in heaven!!
Love you always!!
July 12, 2018
Harold you fought a long hard fight. I am Thankful for the years we had . When you and I were in the room together to hear the Diagnosis, it scared the hell out of us. But, you were a Trooper. I thank Mike and Carol for ALL the help and care they gave you. My daughters and nieces for all of love their support and our Grandkids. Makenah, moo moos, Matix, Carson, Joseph and Kameron and Koop De Ville. Our days playing baseball in the front yard and countless days swimming, soccer and bike riding.
God be with you, no more suffering or pain. I know you will be at Makenahs 8th Grade Graduation. You said you atleast wanted to make that. Now you can.
Like you said at our last visit, June 11th 2018. I love you. Well. I will always love you too.
Rest with the Angles, know we all love you and miss you.❤❤