While I never meet him, It is sad to see us loose another GREAT Lion, and great Oklahoma business owner.
I called on Nick many times to sell him newspaper grocery ads. He was hard to sell believing that advertising expenses took away from his ability to have the lowest prices in town. I never quit calling on him and he never quit saying "no" until his suppliers allowed co-op advertising. Co-op was paid for by the manufacturer and Nick took the free ads. Mr. Harroz was a visionary retailer along the lines of Sam Walton. His legacy will forever remain in Midwest City.
Bruce & Family, Sorry to hear about your Dads passing. I remember his help with Little league baseball at Traub Elementary. We had good times growing up on Stansell Dr. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during these hard times. May he Rest in Peace.
Was always a pleasure to call on Mr. Harroz...My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Mr. Harroz was such a joy to be around. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
(Previous employee of Fred Quinn)
Blessed man, blessed life, blessing to Midwest City. Back together with his beloved wife and son. GOD bless.
I remember his help with our little league baseball team the Traub Terriers. Great times along with a great place to grow up with role models like Mr. Harroz.
Mr. Harroz was Mr. Midwest City! He was our family bank when the banks weren't open, had the very best meat market of any grocer and I don't know of any MWC grad who didn't sack groceries for him at some time. You would never have guessed his age by his golf game or his vigor. Truly a wonderful man and great friend. I am so sorry for this family's loss.