1. Harvey was my brother-in-law. He made my sister Maggie very happy (if occasionally totally exasperated); but as she said – never bored! We miss them both so much and have many happy memories.

  2. Harvey and Margaret were my neighbours across the street in Antrobus Road for over 35 years. Harvey was the model of the good citizen and over many years gave his time to uphold the tradition of ‘public service’, an ethos now seemingly less common in public life. He supported our local community in Southfield ward and provided wisdom and challenge as our councillor to the workings of Ealing Council. In that role he our ‘Champion’ and helped many individuals with his advice and support through the machinations of local government.

    He brought his thoughtful and analytical legal mind to dealing with local problems, which was in great contrast to his occasionally excitable nature. This aspect of Harvey’s personality become apparent when he was faced with tackling anything ‘practical’ or technical in nature – the computer and the lawnmower were definitely not his friends! One could sense his almost ‘operatic’ level of simmering frustration when dealing with the technological world – for which he relied so much on Margaret and her very practical sensibility. He missed her greatly, but bore his loss with dignity and was somewhat surprisingly assisted by the presence of ‘Larkle Sparkle’, their spaniel which he devotedly took for daily walks, until his declining health made this impossible.

    Harvey will be missed and he leaves a legacy in all our memories.

    Bill Sargent

  3. Harvey was an amazing person. When I moved to West London he encouraged me to become a Councillor in Chiswick and he showed me what great things can be done by people to improve their community. Harvey helped so many people in his role as a Councillor which made the decision by Ealing Council to make him a Freeman, rather easy. He brought people together. He will be missed by a huge number of people especially those in Southfield and Hounslow Chiswick.

  4. I am sorry not to be at the service as I am not well enough to travel to Chiswick. I miss my caring older brother who had such a good mind and he was always very kind and generous to me. I very proud of my son Robert, he has been a great support to Harvey in difficult times.

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Funeral Arrangements

We invite you to join us to celebrate the life of Harvey Rose


Date: 08/07/2021
Time: 12:30
St Albans Church
Location: South Parade, Chiswick London W4 5LG GB

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