Death-Dead: Obituary, Cause of Death :I’m hearing that former JU an FCCJ basketball coach Buster Harvey has passed away. He was an assistant at JU when I arrived in town in 1996 and took over midseason as head coach. Quite a character and a terrific basketball mind.

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I’m hearing that former JU an FCCJ basketball coach Buster Harvey has passed away. He was an assistant at JU when I arrived in town in 1996 and took over midseason as head coach. Quite a character and a terrific basketball mind.

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  1. Tina Raulerson

    Buster you left us too soon , and we are devastated but you died of a broken heart,
    it began went the basketball program went
    away, You lived for that and your players.
    You were loved so much and it is evident
    by all the tributes to you. I have watched you and talked with you so many times.
    We talked about heart broken you were about the last two years and it finished breaking your heart when you had to
    retire, you we’re trying to work one more
    year but that dream as taken from you.
    You had just had your 64th birthday on
    April 18 th. I know the Lord has you coaching basketball in Heaven and Daddy
    calling you Buck and Cheering you on.
    I am sure Mother was there with open arms. Tell Aunt Love and Aunt Rita hello.
    The three of you left us in April too many
    to leave us. To say we are devastated
    and no words can describe our sorrow.
    I remember the day Mother and Daddy
    brought you home from the hospital
    Kathy our sister said look at those big purple eyes. All your life you were determined to be a coach and you were The Best no matter where you coached
    you turned the teams in winning teams.
    Loved you so much when you left us
    the circle was broken. Rest In Peace and in Heaven no one can break your heart .

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