Harold was a very special person and had the unique ability to put people at ease and make them feel welcome. He was an great American and set an example for all of us.
Harold was a true friend and a war hero, having served in the 442nd in Italy in WWII. His influence on my family has enriched all of our lives.
What a privilege to have known such a great man. Harold was certainly an icon in the ski industry who helped shape the sport that we have all learned to love. Will always think of you on those powder mornings.
Harold was a friend to all. He could walk into a place for the first time and shortly was everyone's friend. What a gracious and gentle man. It was an honor to know him.
John Gould "Sherpa"
If our mutual friends, Jim and Kathy Norling were still with us I know they would want to be remembered as Harold's ski buddies forever. Jim and I first met Harold when he went to work for Henri Grusin whose Littleton shop was right across from our office on Main Street. Jim and Harold patrolled together for decades -- I tried to keep up with them occasionally, having taught Jim to ski in 1947. Harold -- a wonderful man and great Coloradan!
Senator Hugh Fowler