Harvey Burdick Obituary, Death – On Thursday, my mother’s husband, Harvey Burdick, passed away as he was resting in his bed. He had been sick for some time. Harvey was a good-natured, witty, and academically rigorous man who enjoyed a wide variety of activities, including but not limited to: playing tennis, preparing guacamole, mixing margaritas, trading books, and debating anything and everything.
He also had a passion for making margaritas. Harvey Burdick enjoyed a wide range of activities, some of which include the following but are not limited to: playing tennis, preparing guacamole, mixing margaritas, discussing literature, and arguing about anything and everything. Harvey’s favorite sport was tennis, and in his leisure time he liked to make guacamole and margaritas. Tennis was also one of Harvey’s favorite sports.
Because my mother took such fantastic care of him in the weeks leading up to his passing, he remained as sharp as a tack right up until the minute he went away, and he continued to make jokes right up until the moment he passed away. He was always as sharp as a tack throughout his entire life, right up until the moment that he passed away. In the eulogy that I delivered for Harvey after he passed away, I spoke about how he had a wonderful life and then died in a calm and respectful manner.
Harvey had a great life before he passed away. Every day I offer a prayer asking that each of us is blessed with good fortune similar to what we are currently experiencing. (I would like to begin by expressing my gratitude to each and every one of my many friends and family members for the kind and significant assistance that they have supplied. I would want to take this opportunity to thank the angel on Twitter who goes by the handle @linseylaidlaw for writing the program that was used at my father’s funeral. In particular, I would like to take this chance to thank her.