In Memory

Harold Harris

Harold Harris

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04/28/12 11:43 AM #1    

Howie Gordon

There was no end to his imagination. He rode that beast as far as he could. I loved him like my brother.

06/13/15 04:46 PM #2    

James Shiner

I too loved Harold.  With him there was never a dull moment. 

06/15/15 08:34 AM #3    

Lois Fink

I am saddened once again to hear that another of our classmates is no longer alive.  We are too young for this to be happening.

06/16/15 07:26 AM #4    

Karl Herrup

I agree with Lois; we are too young to start losing our classmates.  Keep the memory alive.

06/17/15 12:12 PM #5    

David Sobel

Harold and I were born in houses next to each other on lower Beechwood. Both families then moved to other houses only to move back again, side-by-side, on Beechwood across from Frick Park. And so Harold and I were side-by-side brothers from birth. He was my wild side, creative, risk-taker, and very talented writer. Alas, too much juice through the filament and his light burned out too soon. 

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