Langley senior will be remembered Sunday

A Cloverdale church is hosting a tribute to the late Mike Harvey on July 26.

Recently passed Langley volunteer and Langley Advance letter-writer Mike Harvey will be remembered within the service this Sunday at Lighthouse Spiritual Centre. A Second World War vet and former paratrooper, Harvey was known for his love of animals and his advocacy and fundraising for local animal shelters. His careers included services in several military branches and work as a hypnotherapist.

Mike and his wife, Shirley frequently attended the Lighthouse Spiritual Centre which is hosting the service.

Thei regular church service starting 10 a.m. with the Harvey tribute from 11:15 to 11:45 a.m. on July 26. There will be a short slide show and some of Harvey’s favourite songs as well as refreshments and an opportunity to share memories of the man.

The family said people are welcome to bring photos, memories, food to share or what they would like.

The Lighthouse Spiritual Centre is at 5722 176A St.


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