Harold sorry for your loss. He will rest in peace. Very funny guy who was respected by all.
We will miss you old friend, with you in this world it was a better place to live.
Too many memories to list. Bartending for the parties, hanging out with the string band, and going on the bus with you. The best was when you lost your teeth in the ocean. "Let the good times roll" Unc. " Let the good times roll"
To the family,
May the beautiful memories of your loved one provide solace and strength to you and your family during this difficult time; and may you also find much comfort and peace from God's promise of a Paradise. Ps.37:11,29
Rest in Peace, Dixie there is a big band waiting for you up there. He was the best of the beast as a Bus Operator for PSCT.
Sorry about your dad, Har. I remember him as a nice man.
I want to express my sincere sympathy to the family in the loss of your loved one. You are in my prayers.
I attended art school in Philly and used to occasionally ride his bus. He would invite me to sit behind him and we would talk. He knew me because he and Alice were friends of my parents, Al and Doris Phillips. He was a funny guy and cracked me up. It always looked like he was having a great time and everyone who got on the bus seemed to know him. Sorry for your loss.
Dear Dotti & family, Sorry to hear about your dad. I am sure you know he is in a better place. Don't know if you remember me, but I grew up a few houses from your Mom & Dad on Forklanding and went to school with you. My deepest sympathy Ginny McGovern Johnston
My favorite senior citizen-teenager! Palmyra String Band was always more fun when Dixie was around. "Let the good times roll." You will be missed by many. Have fun playing that sax in heaven, say hi to all the other PSB guys up there!
Although we only met Harold and Alice once, because of the many stories that Harvey told us, we feel like we have known them much longer. Our deepest sympathy to the Dix family. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers.
You shall always be a shining light. You are a legend good sir!
Dixie and I worked out of Maple Shade garage back in 1973. He was the best of the best driver,and even a better man. He was a friend to everyone.
I played with Dixie for 15 years in PSB never had anything bad to say about anybody, he always has a smile on his face and did things to make you laugh. I am happy to have known Dixie RIP my friend.
I played in PSB with Dixie...I will carry many fond memories and fun times. He always had a smile and a joke to make you laugh. Godspeed Dixie, Until we meet again
I will miss you very much Pop.