Mrs. Charlotte Ann Harvey

charlotte harvey

February 21, 1947 ~ April 6, 2024

Born in: Tylertown , MS
Resided in: Arlington, TX

Charlotte Ann Harvey, 77, passed away Saturday, April 6, 2024, in Arlington.

Charlotte was born February 21, 1947, to Jack and Betty Walker, in Tylertown, MS. As a youngster, she grew up in Mt. Clemens, MI before moving to Arlington, TX. She was a graduate of AHS, class of 1964. She married her one true love, Wayne Glen Harvey, on June 21, 1965. She worked for the Arlington Independent School District in various roles before her retirement. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, who always made sure everyone was taken care of. She loved babysitting her grandkids and attending their events as they got older. She had an infectious smile and always enjoyed a good laugh. Her life was one of service and generosity.
Charlotte is survived by her youngest son Brad Harvey of Arlington, her oldest son, Jeff Harvey of Fayetteville, TX and his wife, Cindy; her grandson Matthew Harvey of Arlington, her granddaughter, Vanessa Knackstedt of Shreveport, LA and her husband, Mark; and her great grandchildren, Oliver Harvey Knackstedt, Theodor Ruben Knackstedt, and soon to arrive Marigold Jane Knackstedt.

Charlotte is preceded in death by her parents, Jack, and Betty Walker; her husband of 52 years, Wayne Glen Harvey; and her sister, Jackie Barcroft.


Memorial Service: April 19, 2024 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Wade Chapel
4140 W Pioneer Pkwy
Arlington, TX 76013

(817) 274-9233

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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Charlotte Ann Harvey 's name.

Mission Arlington

210 West South Street Arlington, TX


Memories Timeline


  1. Charlotte was a dear long time friend. We watched our young sons play basketball and baseball, coached by Wayne and Larry. We shared many days working at AISD. She was always a ray of sunshine. Charlotte was the first to organize a birthday party for a co worker and would make the cake for the party. Everyone at the Admin Bldg knew and loved her. She adored her sons and grandchildren. She always had a picture to show you of those precious children. I loved you Charlotte.

  2. My heart goes out to Brad and Jeff and family. Love sitting with her at games. She will always be remembered as a kind person and a bright light. Steve and Judy Simmons Angie (McCraw) and Eric Woolverton

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