Andersen, Harvey T. Harvey age 86, passed away peacefully on January 1st, 2022 at his home in Loretto. Harvey was born in Green Bay May 15th, 1935. Harvey was a great Husband, Father, Son, Brother, Grandfather, Friend and a great Man. Harvey went to Elmore Elementary, Franklin Jr High School then graduated from West High School in Green Bay before getting his undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and his MBA at Loyola of Chicago, also studying law at DePaul in Chicago, IL. He was a proud veteran of the US Army where he served in the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley, Kansas. Harvey was awarded a Certificate of Achievement for meritorious service from his Commanding General during his service. Harvey enjoyed a rewarding career in Financial Services and Food Manufacturing with roles in Sales, Sales Management and Vice President of Sales and Marketing. In his retirement he was Co-Owner of the Choo Choo Restaurant in Loretto, MN, where he did many things and made many friends. Harvey resided in Green Bay Wisconsin, Middletown New Jersey, Lincolnshire Illinois, and the Western Suburbs of Minnesota. Harvey squeezed every ounce out of his life, he was an avid outdoorsman hunting and fishing with his friends and family passing the passion to his sons. Throughout his life he played basketball, baseball, bowling, and golf. He was a season ticket holder and an avid Packer and Badger fan. He was also a proud fan and coach of his son's sporting endeavors. Harvey was a master story and joke teller, relishing in building relations both personally and professionally. Harvey loved traveling the world with his wife Carol, family and friends. He honed the skills he learned in his culinary travels being an uncertified home master chef. He is leaving behind wife Carol, Loretto, his siblings William Andersen, Suamico, Curt (spouse Linda) Andersen, Green Bay, Louise Andersen Lowery, Green Bay, Craig Andersen, DePere, sister-in-law Kathy (Queenie) Andersen, Green Bay and many nieces and nephews; sons Barry (Spouse Carrie), Loretto, Bryan, Plymouth and granddaughter Callie, Loretto. He is preceded in death by his parents Harvey E. Andersen, Doris Taylor Andersen, and brother Lawrence (Spike) Andersen. Harvey will be deeply missed by his friends and family but never forgotten and will live on with the memories we share of how he affected our lives. There will be no funeral service at this time and the family asks that you tell a good story or joke, cast a fishing line, yell "GO PACK GO!!", or donate to a veteran's organization to honor and remember Harvey.
Harvey T. Andersen
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