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HAROLD M. GERSTEIN Obituary
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July 20, 2018

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December 28, 2017
I used to transport Harold to and from dialysis. He was a great person and he will be missed. I think if him often and miss our talks. One of my best memories was when i brought him home from dialysis I would beep three horn for his wife Karen to come outside and he would say hi honey and most times i would say it before him and he epukd always laugh. Rest in peace Harold.
September 29, 2017
Dear Karen and Family,
So sorry for your loss, we will keep him in our memory.
Joe & Carol Capaldi
September 28, 2017
Karen & family I am so sorry to hear of Harold's passing. My thoughts are with you all. Love, Pat
September 27, 2017
I too have wonderful memories of Mr. Gerstein. Thanks to him I too found direction through DECA. Even though I am sure we drove him a little crazy, he was always proud of his students. Not to mention how he was always there for us. May you rest is peace, and know that you were loved and respected.

Denise Jordan class of 79