Sorry to hear about the passing of Harry . He and I worked many years on the staff in the Sears in Burlington Mass. He was always great to work with and for.
Mike; sorry to hear about your Dad , I knew hi, we'll and was a "people" person and a true professional ! Take care !
Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this most difficult time. Sincerely, Ruth Irvin
So many years ago...I first went to work for Harry when I got out of the service in 1968. That was the year of Harry's famous "shirt sale"! There were shirts everywhere,but Harry sold nearly every one of them! It then became an annual affair. What a marketing success! R.I.P. Old Friend.
We are very sad to hear of Harry's passing. He always was cheerful and had that twinkle in his eye. He was kind to everyone he knew. I will remember how excited he was to become a Grandpa. Linda we will miss him.
We were so very saddened to hear of Harry's passing. What a kind loving caring person he was. He always had a enthusiastic greeting and pleasant word for everyone he met. Our sincere condolences to Linda and family.
I was fortunate enough to be @ Sears in Burlington when Harry became the manager..He was absolutely the best store manager I've ever worked for..He would roll up his sleeves and help when we needed it..He was a kind and caring man and truly one in a million!!
My prayers are with you all..
What a wonderful man; we will all miss his smile and friendly
manner here at Seabreeze.
Gary and Doris Hall
I will remember Harry for his easy smile and amazing work ethic. The last time I talked to him he said if I needed a hand he would be there. Sadly for us all, he will not.
I grew up with and went to school with Harry and he was a wonderful person. Please accept my sincerest sympathy.
One of my first jobs in the 60's was at Sears in Lowell with Harry as my department head. He taught me a lot about how to do a job, and I was amazed at his work ethic. His kindness, caring, and humor, just a few of the qualities that really made a mark on me. My condolences.
So sorry to hear of your loss, Linda! Wrapping you and your family in prayer.....Nancy Meech
I'm sorry to hear the tragic news about Harry. I saw harry and his wife down in Fl.We had lunch together and talk about old times on "B" St.
I wish the best for his wife and family
Harry was a great guy and a pleasure to work with! Condolences to his family.
My deepest condolences to the Lemire family.
My last visit with my Uncle Joe was 6/2/13 celebrating my Mom's 80th. birthday at his house in Maine.
It was a beautiful day, sitting on the porch deck, tasting all the Aunt Linda yummy foods...
We laughed remembering days gone by and told our stories.
Uncle Joe, proudly showed me the vegetable garden he planted.
I always loved his happy childlike attitude from explaining every veggie name in the garden, to Mickey Mouse on his watch, he was so full of life and so much to be around.
I will treasure the conversation we had on the deck .
He was telling me how beautiful the sunset 's are on the marsh overlooking his yard.
than... we started to talk about God, he said , "when it was his time to go HE WAS READY !
No fear, confident, and a big smile on his face, ( his eyes seemed to flood with love) as he continued to say, " I can't wait to see David, ( when that day comes) and hoped he and Mary would escort him to Jesus "
Joe loved life here so much and I think equally looked forward to his eternal life .
I gave him a big hug when I left, told him I loved him and waved goodbye.
Never knowing it would be the last goodbye for us in this world, But I look forward to the Hello in the next !!
Goodnight for now Uncle Joe, I know your leaving is only a comma, and not a period, I will see you when it is my time .
Until than .... I love you and will treasure my last day with my Dear Uncle Joe ...
Aunt Linda, I will keep you and your family in my thoughts
and prayers ... I love you
The sweetest, kindest brother-in-law ever. You made a positive mark in the world, with my sister Linda and in my heart. You will be so very missed - so hard to believe you've left. But I know your son David is happy to see you up there watching over us all. Love you forever Harry. Lee and Hank Stinson
Dear Linda, Mike and Family,
We are so sorry to hear the tragic news of Harry's passing. We will always remember the good times we shared together at the beach. No one loved life like Harry! His vibrant personality and big smile always made others feel better. Body surfing will never be the same at Moody, as we all tried to match his skill for staying with the wave. His love for his family and friends was something for others to emulate,as he was loving, gentle, and kind. There is a special place for Harry in heaven as he lived the good life. God Bless your family and all of us in this difficult time.
HARRY ,your one of a kind ,when I think back to days ,when you and I where in the N G together ,there was never a dull moment
when Harry was around .
If anyone could sell ice cubes to a Eskimo ,it was Harry
REST IN PEACE OLD FRIEND"