Harvey Hadnot

Harvey James Hadnot

Tuesday, February 13th, 1940 - Monday, September 16th, 2019
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Harvey James Hadnot was born in Woodville, TX on February 13, 1940 to Vivian and Joe Hadnot. Harvey attended Scott High School in Woodville, TX.

Harvey moved to Los Angeles, California in 1958 at the age of 18 to purse his life dreams. Harvey started working at Inland Container in Santa Fe Springs, California. Harvey was employed with Inland Container for thirty seven years until he retired. Harvey loved his job and everyone there loved him. When new people would join the company and ask who’s that, they would say oh that’s “Harvey”!! Just saying Harvey was enough explanation in itself. Harvey was very loyal and dedicated to him career, never late or absent, even in illness, Harvey was there. Harvey was a very dedicated manin many aspects of his life.

Harvey met and married the love of his life Annette Smith thirty years ago. They remained tightly bonded until he preceded her in death to go home to his final resting place.

Harvey had a very loving heart and was the local comedian to most who knew him. Harvey was friendly to all he met and knew how to make everyone laugh. Harvey loved the simpler things in life and after retirement moved from California back to his home town of Woodville, TX. Harvey accepted Christ on September 15, 2006 at the Church ofJesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Woodville, TX.

Harvey loved to garden on his farm, fish, hunt, raise animals and BBQ. Harvey’s family and friends would often stop by anytime of day because Harvey would more than likely be BBQ’ing, he loved to entertain and be there for his family and friends.

You could always count on Harvey to give a helping hand whenever it was needed. Harvey was very loving and fond of his children Dianne, Melanice, Jonathan and Heather. He shared a special bond with his grandchildren. While all of the grandchildren were on vacation visiting, Gabrielle created his new name “Grandpa”. Grandpa called all of his grandchildren “his babies” Anthony, Jordin, Gabrielle and Jayme shared lots of love, fun and laughter with their Grandpa.

Harvey was preceded in death by his parents – father Joe Hadnot; mother Vivian Hadnot;sisters Maxine and Sally; brothers Joe and Cloyd.

Harvey leaves to cherish his precious memories: his loving wife Annette; children Dianne(Stan), Melanice, Jonathan and Heather; grandchildren Anthony, Jordin, Gabrielle and Jayme; sisters Emmalee, Nina Mae, Vivian, Beverly, Mary, Josephine; brother Marshall; best friend Taylor; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

We leave Harvey in God’s hands knowing he has entered the kingdom of heaven and for that we are grateful. We graciously acknowledge the kindness and love Harvey has left behind. So until we meet again, thank you for a job well done Harvey James Hadnot

Services for Mr. Harvey James Hadnot are scheduled for:

Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 1pm.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
1002 N.Pine St.
Woodville, TX. 75979
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Friday, September 27th, 2019 | 4:00pm - 6:00pm
    Friday, September 27th, 2019 4:00pm - 6:00pm
    Coleman's Family Mortuary
    409 South Magnolia
    WOODVILLE, TX 75979
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Service

    Saturday, September 28th, 2019 | 1:00pm
    Saturday, September 28th, 2019 1:00pm
    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
    1002 N.Pine St.
    WOODVILLE, TX 75979
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Interment

    Hillister Community Cemtery


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R Madsen

Posted at 12:29pm
I met Harvey Hadnot while I was living in Woodville working for the church he attended. He would invite me and my brother out to his house for lunch and an endless supply of stories. We would sit in his front room while he would tell stories, without fail he would ask us if we wanted a drink and whether we said yes or no he would yell “Hey Annette!!” and Annette would come in to the room, roll her eyes at him and graciously get us a drink or even make us lunch.
Harvey would call us sometimes as early as 4:00am to ask us if he could treat us to a McDonalds breakfast. When we would ask him why he called so early he would say “If I’m up I’m up no point in wearing out my mattress”
My brother and I still use that saying as well as many other ”Harvey-isms” he will be missed but not forgotten.
Rest in peace Harvey.


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