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Harwood Herlocker Jr. Obituary
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August 6, 2014
Hello, cousins.

Thanks for letting me know about your dad. There is a
lot of Woody which shows through in each of you.

I am thinking of you today, and wish there had been time to be there in person.

Love Fritz
August 5, 2014
Always the true gentle gentleman with dignity and grace! Beloved and admired by all of our family with very happy St.Jo memories of times with him and M.J.
August 5, 2014
At bowling Woody had the ability to make me miss my spare in the 10th frame, which allowed his team to win. Damn you Woody. A true gentle soul. Gonna miss you!!
August 4, 2014
I worked for Woody at the Corps of Engineers when I was just starting my career, as a young engineer. He was great with us young people, and we appreciated his guidance, his wisdom, and his humor. Twenty-seven years later, I still use two of his favorite sayings, “bad news doesn't get better with age” and “never surprise the boss”. He was easy to identify coming down the aisle toward his desk, as he would jingle from the change in his pocket – step, jingle, step, jingle, ... here comes Woody. I am thankful to have had his influence in my early career. He was a true professional and a gentleman.
Joanne Milo
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