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Jerry Wayne Harville
October 22, 1954 ~ October 26, 2023 (age 69) 69 Years Old
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Brother Jerry Wayne Harville was born on October 22, 1954, to the late
Eugene and Clara Harville of Bessemer, Alabama.
Brother Harville was a faithful brother in the Lord
at Progressive Church of our Lord Jesus Christ. Nobody was a stranger to him—he went from pew to
pew all around the church greeting everyone with a hug. Brother Harville was baptized on October 30,
1993, and received the gift of the Holy Ghost on November 2, 1993, according to Acts 2:38. He completed
the Apostolic Beginners Course and was a faithful member of the Brotherhood Department. Jerry
transitioned from this earthly life on Thursday, October 26, 2023, in Wetumpka, Alabama.
Brother Jerry served in the U. S. Army from 1974-1983. Once he was honorably discharged, he became a
manager over several dining facilities throughout Hanau, Germany. Upon returning stateside, he worked
for the Broad River’s Correctional Center and then for the United States Postal Service (USPS) as a Rural
Carrier for 12 years until he was medically retired.
Brother Harville was an exuberant, humble man
who was extremely grateful for his family. He was a popular man with an endearing personality and an
Brother Jerry leaves to cherish his precious memories: his wife of 46 years, Annette L. Harville; two
sons, Chauncey Harville of Bessemer, MI, and Cedric (Nikki) Harville of Cincinnati, OH; two daughters,
Deniecia Sumpter of Birmingham, AL, and Katina Harville (Chrishon) Scott of Montgomery, AL; one
sister, Janice Faye Nelson-Wells of Buffalo, NY; three sisters-in-law, Jeanette Latham of Maplesville,
AL, Diann Latham of Yorktown, VA, and Patricia (James) Jackson of Clinton, MD; two brothers-in-
law, Milford Latham, Jr., and Melvin Morton of Maplesville, AL; nine grandchildren, Aaliyah, Danielle,
Treashure, Angelo, Elise, Aysia, Chrishon Jr., Noah, and Sophia; and a host of nephews, nieces, other
relatives, and friends.