September 4, 1918 - February 28, 2009

Legendary radio performer whose distinct voice and deliberate, staccato style were wholly unique.  Harvey's simple morality resonated with America, particularly the Heartland.  He garnered nearly the same trust as that of television's Walter Cronkite.  Paul Harvey is best remembered for "The Rest of the Story" whereby he spoke the simple titular words at the end of each broadcast while the listener ruminated on the surprise facts just revealed.



October 4, 1916 - May 3, 2008

Often referred to as "The First Lady of Radio," Lynne Harvey was indeed one of the true pioneers of the medium.  She was the very first producer, male or female, inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame. Angel produced and developed most of her husbands programs.  In 2006 Lynne received the Gracie Allen Tribute Award from the American Women in Radio and Television.


FOREST HOME CEMETERY, FOREST PARK, ILLINOIS (mausoleum is currently unmarked)


Lynne Harvey's casket is on the left side of the mausoleum.  Paul is in an identical casket on the right side.


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