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January-26-15
September-21-11
I am honored to have had the opportunity to work with Harley on the Alberta portion of the Man in Motion World Tour and have in my possession a hand written note which he was famous for; he was most aware of everyone's contribution and readily recognized that whether the person's last name was McDonald, Gilmour, Nieuwendyk, Roberts, Fleury or Pryakhin, Murzyn, or Sabourin! As another good friend H. Boots Cooper would say, “he was good people, and we need a lot more of him!”
We wish all the best to Harley's family and friends ...

Reg McClellan and Chantal Benoit
September-08-11
To The Hotchkiss Family:

On behalf of the Todd/Bain/Rossi Families we were saddened to hear of our cousin Harley's death. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
July-04-11
Dear Paul,
I am so sorry to hear. My thoughts are with you and your Family. Sincere Condolences, Vicki Rushfeldt
July-03-11
Dear Becky and family, we are so sad to know of the loss of Harley. He was one person who most definitely left the world a better place than he found it. Becky, I am sure you are a huge part of his success and his grounding and generosity. No doubt his spirit will remain close to you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you adjust to a different way of life. Be kind to yourself! Sincere condolences, Dr. Josie Wilson Emmett (Canmore, AB)
July-02-11
Dear Brenda, Jamie, and family,

I'm very sorry to hear of the loss of your father and grandfather.

Please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

God's comfort and blessings to all of you.

With sincere sympathy,

Kim Lambrecht
June-30-11
To the Hotchkiss Family:

Harley touched the lives of many people in large and small ways that I am sure you may never be fully aware of. Harley wasn't the kind of guy who disclosed the kind things he had done for others. I first met Harley in a professional capacity and came to know him as a client and friend of our firm. Many years later when my son suffered a serious head injury. My wife and I were totally frustrated with trying to access help from our medical system. Harley provided some kind and helpful references and assistance that ultimately resulted in finding the people who could deliver the help we needed. I later called Harley to report the happy results and Harley typically gave the credit to others. Harley was a gentleman who made a big difference in the lives of our family and we will never forget the time he took to help us out.

Cal and Sue Johnson
Calgary
June-29-11
On behalf of our Great Aunt Lottie Hingley and her family, our condolences to Becky and family. Aunt Lottie always treasured her years spent with your family!
June-29-11
Dear Becky and family:
Harley's memorial service was exceptional! It showed well the tremendous impact he had on his family, Canada and the fabric of what has become Calgary. Harley's personal involvement on that we achieved here in Calgary was phenomenal. Not only did he provide wisdom, vision and inspiration, he chaired and advocated the many fund-raising campaigns that made our research happen. Through him, the care of patients with neurosurgical disease has been considerably improved.
I will greatly miss the opportunity of seeking his opinion and advice. He will be terribly missed.
May you and your family cherish Harley's love for life, his exceptional generosity and the positive effect he had on the many many people he touched. Canada is better by all that Harley did during his remarkable life!

Thinking of you
Garnette Sutherland.
June-29-11
To the Hotchkiss family please know that our family's prayers are with you all. I remember the days at North Glenmore outdoor ice with Harley and my dad shoveling the rinks and sometimes refereeing. We are all blessed to have had such a gentleman in our lives. With sympathy, Patrick Kryczka and family.

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