OBITUARY

Alen Grey Gamble-Harvey

May 31, 1991April 9, 2019

Alen Grey Gamble- Harvey was born May 31st 1991 to Marsha Ann Harvey and Perry Alen Harvey. Alen was named after his father and grandfather (Waldo Grey Harvey.) He was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri and was the youngest of 4 children. Alen will meet his Mother and Father in the afterlife. He leaves behind children Jacob, Aubrey, Liam, and Hunter, his sisters Jennifer, Michele and Kathrine. He also leaves behind nieces and nephews David, Angel, Leo, Jason, Alexis, Sebastian and Isabelle. Alen’s favorite activity was bringing people together, whether it is at work or home he wanted to be around people and make their day. He was a family man often participating in his kid’s activities and spending time with them whenever he could. Alen was also an amazing cook thanks to his mother Marsha and never missed an opportunity to show off his skills and compete with others. He knew that food and games brought us all together. He was the light in the room. Alen passed away April 9th 2019. He will be forever missed by his friends and family.

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Dorothy Haley

April 19, 2019

Everyday the first knock at our door there you would be standing with that big grin just knowing you were going to be onery. Every chance you got sneaking in on the computer just to get on my messenger to message someone and say I love you to people I never even met. Than I would catch you and you would be cracking up . So many memories with you Alen your defiantly one of a kind & will be sadly missed. Love ya kiddo ♥️

Jackie Bigelow

April 18, 2019

Forever in our hearts Alen we remember how smart, well spoken and so very handsome you are. Also we remember Easter egg hunts, Santa visits, and playing with cousins, and setting off fireworks with your cousins. Memories of how very much your parents loved you and your sisters. Love and peace, Aunt Jackie

Katie Gamble

April 18, 2019

I remember when we were kids you told me you wanted to be an astronaut and go into a black hole I remember crying to mom very worried and scarred begging not to because of the danger not wanting you to die. Guess its silly but at the time I remember being so sad about it.

Michele Odum

April 18, 2019

The day that we "Stole a walker" as you said. Which of course we didn't. I paid for it. Not my fault the guy had the wrong one outside for us.

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