BERLIN – Dr. Harvey L. Saxton, 83, died at home surrounded by his family Nov. 27, 2010. Harvey’s life was filled with many accomplishments among which include degrees: Ph.D from University of Connecticut, N.Y. Psychoanalytic Institute, Am. Institute for Psychotherapist and Psychoanalyst, International College of Prescribing Psychologists.
Harvey completed an internship at Spring Grove, had a private practice and was a long standing member of National Honor Society of Psychology of Towson University, Phi Kappa Phi. He was a professor emeritus at Towson University and wrote and published a book offering tips for the therapy bound.
He was an accomplished musician who played trumpet professionally throughout his life and in later life studied and played with Dr. John Lamkin and the UMES Jazz Ensemble. Harvey is survived by a loving family, his wife, Shirley L. Saxton and their five daughters: Janet Kenny (John Kenny), Valerie Anderson (Stephen Femiano), Victoria Bender (William Bender), Valerie Sharpe (Michael Sharpe), and Celeste Saxton and eleven grandchildren and four great grandchildren.