We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Pendleton Pioneer Chapel, Folsom-Bishop
Nancy “Hallie” Lynn Harvey died June 25 th , 2022 after her battle with cancer.
She was born on October 5,1950 in Elk Grove, California to Dick and June Halverson. She was the third and
final child preceded by her two older brothers, Raymond and Richard Halverson. At the age of twelve she and
her family moved to Enterprise, Oregon where she attended school. Her father was a contractor in Wallowa
County and her mother was a homemaker. Hallie moved to Pendleton in 1975 with her husband and two
children. She held many occupations that spanned from selling real estate to owning a dry-cleaning business.
She married James Harvey on June 7, 1984, and they were married for 36 years before he also lost his battle
with cancer in 2020. Hallie was involved in the Pendleton Round-Up for many years and had a passion for
western art, fashion, and culture. She was known for her spunky personality, her cowboy boot collection, and
her famous pup, Puddles. Hallie had many hobbies but gardening, sewing, crafting and reading topped the list.
Hallie enjoyed entertaining and hosting friends and family. She was a loving grandmother to twenty-four
grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Dick and June Halverson, her husband James Harvey, her daughter-in-
law, Dawn Harvey and her grandson Teddy Baker. She is survived by her brothers, Richard Halverson (Jan) and
Raymond Halverson and her children, Brent Thompson (Tina), Jennifer Kennedy (TK), Justin Harvey, Jamie
Oldenburg (Derek), Austin Harvey (Danielle), her brother and sister-in-law, John and Cindy Harvey along with
many grandchildren and great grandchildren.
There will be a celebration of life to honor Hallie’s life and legacy held at the Roy Raley Room from 4-7 pm
on Thursday, July 21st . In lieu of flowers, donations can be made at Community Bank to the Jim and Hallie Harvey
Cancer is Bull scholarship fund. This fund will allow people with cancer a chance to attend one of their favorite
events, the PBR (Professional Bull Riding) show in Pendleton, Oregon.