Nathan Harvey Obituary, Death – It is with a heavy heart and profound sadness that I must convey the news of our dear friend and Immediate Past President, Nathan Harvey’s passing over the weekend. Nathan’s departure has left a void that will be felt deeply not only within the AFMLTA but also among colleagues at his school and the broader community.
His contributions to language education, both nationally and internationally, were monumental, and his presence in our lives was truly exceptional. Nathan was not just a colleague; he was a cherished friend whose impact extended far beyond his role as the Immediate Past President of AFMLTA. His dedication to advancing language education was unwavering, and his commitment to nurturing a deep understanding and appreciation of languages was evident to all who knew him.
His passion for his work was not just a professional endeavor; it was a personal mission to enrich the lives of students and educators alike. As we navigate through this difficult period, our thoughts and sympathies go out to Nathan’s family and friends. Their loss is immeasurable, and we share in their grief during this challenging time.
Nathan’s funeral arrangements have been scheduled for Thursday, September 21st, at 9.30 am at the Carrington Pavilion in Fremantle, WA. This will be an opportunity for all who loved and admired him to come together, pay their respects, and celebrate the remarkable life he led.
On behalf of the AFMLTA executive, I extend our deepest condolences to Nathan’s family and friends. He will be greatly missed, but his legacy in the field of language education will continue to inspire and guide us in the years to come.