I had the pleasure of getting to know Harold at Rehab. He always made me smile at his hummer and made the hour amusing. I rode the bike before him and I would tell him the seat was all warmed up for him so he could go for three miles and try to break my record. He would say I don't know how you do it but if I need help I will know who to come to. He was never worried about things and said he just took each day as it came and never stressed over things. He talked about how much he loved the cabin and fishing. He would say I have to be done here so I can go to the cabin and get some fishing in. He took his grandson up with him to help him do some snow plowing to get the snow away from the outside wall because if he didn't he said the water would just come right in the place. I could tell just how much he love to be up north with all the nature. He also talked about his wife and how she liked to keep things clean and then he would hand me a towel to wipe down the handles before we started the wheel turning at rehab. I was very sad when I learned today of his passing but he was in the place he loved to be and doing the things he loved to do and that is what life is all about. I send my sincere symphony to his wife and family. Sincerely, Barb Morisette; Harold I will see you on the river bank with that big fish in your net and may you rest in peace.