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Harold Myers 1925 - 2013

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September 25, 2013
Dear Joan and famly, I'm holding you all in my heart, thoughts and prayers. God be with you and comfort you in the days ahead. Gilberta Guth Pierson
September 25, 2013
Harold and Joan go way back in time as friends of my parents..... Each time I saw Harold, he had a happy, welcoming smile for me! God Bless you Joan ..and all your family. Hugs and Love, Judy
September 25, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. God bless
September 25, 2013
Truly part of The Greatest Generation. We love and miss you and we are proud and honored to have the last name Myers. God Bless you Grandpa.
September 25, 2013
My thoughts are with you and your family, Harold was such a great person
September 25, 2013
The world of ag has lost a great champion. He was an incredible person.
September 25, 2013
Harold was a good man, GOD bless him and
his family, The Descombaz Brothers,
Gary, Larry, Randy and Richard
September 25, 2013
A dear, dear man, another of the Greatest Generation Ever, gone... Harold would come by our house to sweettalk my late father, Steve La Grande, out of $100 to contribute to the St. Patrick's Day Bazaar. Amazingly Dad always won something great as a result & those of you who have been by our home know that the green machine bike in the family room was the last & best of those prizes...!)

Harold liked tea. I'd brew him a cup, serve oatmeal cookies & he & Dad would proceed to reminisce about old days of farming, old neighbors & giggle like 8 year old boys...

One day he came by with some treasures found in a shack on his property & knew I'd be interested. They were lithographs (seemingly original, not sure frankly) of Colusa County ranches & towns from the 1870's. He designated me the steward of them. When Dad passeed away (2007) Harold & I donated the entire collection to the Sacramento Valley Museum in his memory. Those two used to pour over the framed images (probably originally commissioned to advertise the RR coming through the west side of Sacramento Valley). Some of the llustrations have been published in local Colusa Co. history books. They are precious archives that only Harold understood the true value of. You can find them in the Archives Library of the Sacramento Valley Museum & I can later submit a list of whose ranches are depicted. It's a terrific find.

Harold & I would discuss the future of our towns, our ag economy. He was of unusal generosity as his obituary so well stated, of COMMON SENSE & wisdom.

My brother Dennis just kindly forwarded me this notcie of his demise. So I am writing this in France on the Atlantic Brittany Shore where I am leading a tour. The Normandy D Day beaches on the English Channel will be featured in a few days time on our route. I will dedicate the day to his memory to honor him, He is one of our many WWII veterans of uncommon committment & courage, always dedicated to duty.

May his life be a good model for us all, especially to remind us to contribute to the well being of Colusa County (as well as to places & peoples far away) with an open heart, and to advocate for a sustainable future that retains our rural lifestyle, holds our leaders accountable to make decisions & choices that benefit the common good which do NOT cater to a greedy few.

A special hug to Joan (& to Pris & to all your sibs...) Rest in eternal well-deserved peace dear family friend & neighbor...
September 25, 2013
September 25, 2013
Living as close we did to Gran and Grandpa we would go over there very often and have a lot of memories. Hotcakes, playing in the basement, learning pingpong, the awesome toy chest, playing The Black Cauldron on the computer, and watching movies. And then there were the get togethers on Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Or the reunions during the summer on Grandma Marie's birthday. Grandpa has done a lot in life and kept busy in his golden years. But he always had time for his family and we all will miss him.
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