Fannie Ree Harvey

Published 5:20 pm Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Funeral services were held July 6, 2019, at Mt. Zion M. B. Church for
Mrs. Fannie Ree Harvey, 57, who died June 30, 2019, at Gulfport
Memorial Hospital in Gulfport. Rev. Ozell White, pastor, officiated
with burial following in the church cemetery.
Johnson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Fannie Ree Harvey was born to the late U. S. Young and Dessie
Harvey. She joined Green Grove M. B. Church at an early age attending
with Mama Ada and enjoyed singing. She graduated from Prentiss High
She was preceded in death by: maternal grandmother, Lula Myers;
paternal grandparents, Major and Irene Johnson; Lonnie and Ada Young;
and sister, Carrie Young.
She is survived by: stepmother, Barbara Young; sisters, Francis Lee
Young, Dawanna Harvey and Meosha Harvey all of Detroit, Michigan;
Laquita Craft of Collins,Valerie Barnes of Monticello and Kayla Bryant
of Prentiss; brothers, Tommy L. Hill, Jimmy L. Hill, Lennis Gardner,
Samuel Harvey and Herman Harvey Jr. all of Detroit, Michigan; Don
Holloway of Charleston, South Carolina, Robert Young and Adrian Young
both of Prentiss; and many other relatives and friends.

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