Baileyville – Albert W. Harvey Jr., 67, passed away unexpectedly Sunday, October 10, 2021 at his home in Baileyville. Albert was born in Baileyville on January 29, 1954, son of Albert Harvey Sr. and Betty Doten.
Albert attended school in Woodland and started working at St. Croix Paper Co., and career that spanned over 45 years. He married Laurie Jones and together they had two sons, Chris and James.
In addition to his parents, Albert was predeceased by a brother Buster Harvey. Surviving are his two sons, Chris Harvey of Bangor, and James Harvey and wife Andrea of Baileyville; a grandson Aiden; two sisters, Debbie Polzun of Machester, CT, and Lori MacArthur and husband Barry of Willimantic, CT; his canine companions Maggie and Rufus; three feline companions, Rajah, Rascal, Zeus; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.
A Celebration of Albert’s Life will be held 1-3 p.m. Saturday, October 30, 2021 at his home at 44 Hillside St. Apt C, Baileyville. Arrangements by Mays Funeral Home, Calais & Eastport.
Expressions of faith
Losing myself, finding only Pain
As the angels came and took him away.
Peacefully to a better place
Looking around wit a smile on his face
I store his memories in my heart
I know he is always there
He was a kind soul
Knowing life is never fair
I made sure I didn’t worry
The lord took his soul
I know the angels will sing
As the heavens start to roll
Finding out that shock is very real
Bad dreams break many hearts
Always picking up the pieces
Just for them to fall apart
Another loved one gone leaving
Fond memories for rest left behind
Searching for answers to life
Which are impossible to find
He will always be missed that’s how
He found peace and showed people love
I believe in the lord and
He came down from heaven above
Took away all his pain so he
Will never have to shed a tear
He became the man i would like to be
Showing only joy never fear
As souls pass over to a new world
That won’t be gone in a blink of an eye
He is with so many angels and loved ones
Passing clouds always flying high
Knowing that he left on a prayer
Thinking about how proud he felt
Raised me to treat people right
And showed me how to play the cards i was dealt