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Harry "Skip" Danner Obituary
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December 07, 2016

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April 25, 2016
I was always in love with Marie and Skippy from the first time I met them. For some reason I called Harry "Skippy"...I don't know why I called him that but it stuck and he never complained (at least not to me)...MARIE????? to you?

We had lots of good times (too many to list) and only a few bad ones (brownies anyone???)

He was a trooper and weathered his illness as best he could..Marie weathered it too. His goal was to get Marie settled and almost made it.

He was a hard worker at Oak Forrest and contributed with his many talents and endless hours working on EVERYTHING!!!!
Oak Forrest is a better community BECAUSE of him!

I now know all Marie and Skippy's kids and can see how wonderful they are...My love, prayers, and fond memories are a blessing for me....love you all!!!!!!!
Joan Izzo
April 24, 2016
So very sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you Denise and the rest of your family
April 23, 2016
Some of my best memories growing up on Elmley Avenue included Mr Skip and Miss Marie. Our lives were connected by a back alley where it was only a hop and jump to each other's back yards. I would often watch Mr. Skip playing catch in the back yard with David or mowing the lawn.

My best memory was the Christmas surprise that he had built in the basement of his house. Mr Skip had built a "life size" by my stature army tank that you could crawl into with a gun turret. I remember thinking that he must be a super dad! (and you know I believe I was right)

Miss Marie, you and Mr Skip were always so kind and loving to me even though we didn't see each other often. You always touched base with us when you visited the Eastern Shore and gave us the pleasure of your company over a meal. I will never forget the great kindness of your shore home in Baltimore that Christmas when we needed a place to stay (with a surprise gift for Rachael), as well as the invitations to join your family on summer day barbecues.

I know he will be sorely missed. Grief never really "ends"..but it changes. It is a passage. It is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith. It is the price of love.Jesus said, Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. Rest in His comforting arms. With love.
April 23, 2016
My sincere condolences to you and your family Captain. I pray that God will continue to comfort you as only he can.
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