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James "Jimmy" D. Harvey

James "Jimmy" D. Harvey

James “Jimmy” D. Harvey, age 69, of Plum City, died Thursday March 9, 2023, at his home in the Township of Rock Elm, rural Plum City.

Jimmy was born November 20, 1953, in Plum City.  He was the son of Wallace Harvey & Rose (Schutz) Knoll and grew up in the Elmwood community.  Jim graduated from Elmwood High School in 1971.  He married Candi Hines of Ellsworth and they later divorced.  Jim later married Kandy Stewart and they made their home in the Rock Elm Township.  Kandy died October 9, 2008. 

Jimmy worked in the construction industry and also did factory work, both in the Twin Cities for several years.  Jim enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping at the DN campground in Balsam Lake, gardening, and was known as the “Pickle King”.

Jimmy is survived by his companion, Brenda Bauer; his siblings, Kenny (Charlotte) Harvey, Keith (Shelly) Harvey, Jack (Brenda) Harvey, a half-sister, Tammy (Chris) Haugen; several nieces, Stephanie, Christina, Lara, Tiffany, Samantha and Lexi; several great nieces & nephews and other relatives and friends.

He is preceded in death by his parents and his wife, Kandy.

A Celebration of Life will be held from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM Saturday April 15, 2023 at the Elmwood Rod & Gun Club.


  1. Steven Schultz

    Sorry to hear about the passing of Jimmy. Jimmy was a great and fun person to be around.

  2. Diana Palmer

    So sad to hear of Jim’s passing. So many fun memories canning with Jim and Kandy. Sending love to his family and partner????????


  3. Jerry Mart

    We are so sad to hear this news. Jimmy will be missed. Sincere Condolences to all .

  4. Jodell (Krause) Marson

    So sorry to hear of Jim's passing. He was a classmate of mine and he always had a smile. My sympathy to all his family.

  5. Steve schultz

    My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  6. Greg Fay

    What a good and decent man !! He will be missed !!

  7. Tom Lechner

    You have Dawn and my condolences. Hearing about Jim makes me sad. And brings back memories. Memories clear back to high school football. Jim was a very good man and I am happy to have known him. RIP Jim. Tom Lechner

  8. Jackie (Ottman) Bates

    I’m so sorry for your loss. I graduated from high school with Jim and just saw him this past summer at our class reunion. May he rest in peace.

  9. Cindy King

    My deepest sympathy to all his brothers and their families. Jimmy was a great person and a very nice guy. He will be missed dearly.

  10. Peggy McRoberts

    I’m so sorry to hear about Jimmy . I’ll always remember that smile , he was a great guy . My sympathies to his family.

  11. Rachel and Bob Herbison

    Oh Jim, sure will miss you especially this Spring when we always talk about vegetable gardening! Rest in peace and our sympathy to Brenda and the whole family.

  12. Donna Hoyt

    So sorry to hear about Jim he was a kind and friendly person. Denton and Donna Hoyt

  13. Jeremy Hannack

    My condolences to Jim’s family. He will be missed by every one that had the blessing of knowing him. He was one of the nicest people I’ve ever met. I loved his canned/pickled goods, as did anyone that tried them. Rest in peace Jim, trap isn’t going to be the same without you!

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