Harvey Jett Obituary, Death – William Harvey Jett, a resident of Madisonville, Kentucky, passed away in the comfort of his own home on the evening of Wednesday, December 21, 2022. He was 73 years old. Jonesboro, Arkansas was the location of his birth on February 17, 1949. His late mother, Reba Webb Grimsley, was the one who gave birth to him. Harvey was a member of the Victory Church in Madisonville, where he regularly attended services and was also a member. When he was just 18 years old, he uprooted his life to pursue a career in the music industry.
He became the lead guitarist for the southern rock band Black Oak Arkansas, which required him to relocate away from his family. He had a strong passion for music. The band was able to accomplish a great deal of success in their endeavors! The first seven albums on which he played earned the gold certification three times, while one earned the platinum certification once. After living the life of a rock star for a number of years, the individual began to feel the effects of the incessant moving around and the lack of a secure home base. This began to take its toll on the individual.
After then, he started responding to a call that had been made on his life. After that, he began answering the call. He was put in the position where he needed to decide whether or not he should continue to steer young people down the harmful path of the rock star lifestyle, or whether or not he should instead pursue the purpose that God had for his life. He decided to go the alternative route, and he hasn’t turned around since. He was brought up with a lot of care and compassion by his grandparents, Versie S. Webb and Dumas Raymond Webb, who passed away before him. In addition to his mother, he was also predeceased by his sister, Debbie Daniels, and his grandparents.
His wife of thirty years, Teresa Hall Jett, as well as his sons, Chad Mitchell and his wife Erin of Nortonville, Kentucky, and Kyle Jett and his wife Allison of Monroe, Louisiana, as well as his daughters, Hollie Bayles and her husband Shaun of Springdale, Arkansas, Jessica Benham and her husband Tanner of Bowling Green, Kentucky, and Tina White and her husband Rick of Lafayette, Tennessee, as well as his brothers, Eddie Grimsley of Ravenden, Arkansas, and David Grimsley