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February 15, 2014
Happy Birthday Dad
December 29, 2010
Thinking of you today and every day! On December 13th grandpop joined you....hope you are playing cards and enjoying yourselves. We miss you all
February 15, 2010
Happy Birthday ! Miss You.
July 09, 2009
Well today is a sad day for us and a happy day for you and your family in heaven! Give Grandmom a bid hug and many kisses and let her know she will be missed. Love you both!
February 15, 2009
Hey DAD
Happy Birthday to you. Once again we gathered to watch the Daytona race but to remember you also. I know that you would "love" the craziness that house full of kids brings to race day!
We miss you...Happy birthday!
Love KIM
January 20, 2009
Kim,
Thanks for sharing the wonderful tribute to your Dad. I as sitting here thinking of all the good times we all had together - going to Chesapeake Bay Seafood and gorging on the all you can eat crablegs, shrimp, etc. Steve, your Mom & Dad & I spent quite a few hours there on numerous occasions during the time we lived next door. We also enjoyed the friendly competition with the Eagles & Cowboys. Your Mom bet Steve a few weeks ago and won. Steve has stopped watching the Cowboys, but took the bet anyway. I remember Steve & your Dad sitting outside having a drink and just chilling on weekends. He & your Mom were the best neighbors we ever had and we still talk about Crown Ave from time to time. We have never gotten close to any neighbors since. I still miss those good old days when you kids were growing up, riding hot wheels and bikes up and down the street, playing in the pools, etc. Where has the time gone? Now you are raising your own kids. Anyway, thanks again for sharing this with me. You helped me remember good times from the past. The poem at the end brought tears to my eyes for my Mom who passed away last Nov and my Dad who passed in 2001. All our loved ones are in a wonderful place, smiling down on all of us.
Hope you and the family are doing well. Thanks for the pic of your family in your Xmas card - I truly appreciate you remembering us. Take care!

Maryann
January 19, 2009
FIVE years...five long years.
I can not believe the time that has gone by. I miss you today as much as the day you died. I felt so helpless that day as I do now.
I hate that you have never met the kids. Each of them are amazing. I have told Brian several times that I know that you would have had Kyle cutting something out of wood by now....and Abby she would have you wrapped around her little finger. The eyes..the pout. She is amazing. You would love little Brian's fiestiness....and Danny's expressions are pirceless.
At parties I look around the room wishing to see you....well hear you!


Now you have a job to do....look after Grandmom, she needs it! She is such a strong woman but she needs the strength of you, and your family ......keep her healthy!


Alright I am upsetting myself even more.....I miss you DAD. I love you.
January 12, 2009
Hey there! I have been thinking about you a lot lately.....
September 18, 2008
It has been such a long time since I have been on here. As you probably know me and Marcello are getting married next year. And I must say if it wasnt for you I would have never found him. I thank you everyday. I guess the only way to honor you is to do right by our marriage and make you proud! Love you Uncle Harry, and after all these years I still miss your kisses!!
February 15, 2008
Hey dad....
It has been a long long time. Happy birthday ......happy birthday! Boy do I miss you. We went to Grandmom's today and she looked at Abigail teared up and said your father would have been so proud of these two. He use to light up when he threw you up in the air. He would love to cuddle with her and teach Kyle all he knew. I wish I could see you with them now .....BUT!
Well I hope your are celebrating your 60th birthday in COOP style, as only you could do! I wonder what we would be doing if you were here ...................
TIL next time. I love you. Kim
August 02, 2007
Well you now can look after both of my puppies. I know Shadow was your favorite along with everyone else but take good care of Autumn too. I miss her so much. This time has been so much harder. I think it is because I have no dog to come home to. For almost 12 years now I have had Shadow and or autumn to come home to tails wagging, waiting to go out. I miss them both so much and so does Kyle. He keeps asking me when they will be home ......

As always I miss you .....please take good care of my dogs until I can do it myself......
June 10, 2007
Harry,


It's been awhile, but as you know Walt is now up there with you. Hope you guys are doing well. I'm sure You & Walt caught up on alot of things that were going on down here. I'm sure you two are Great Workers up there. I'm sure alot of things are getting done. Hope you two are playing some pool and cards, not to mention watching the soap. Tell Walt, Sharpie & I miss & love him so much, it hurts...Take care of everyone up there..

Miss & Love you too...
April 27, 2007
So hopefully your pool skills are not to rusty! I am sure Uncle Walt will want to shoot a round or two with you.....I know your not into golf or tennis but maybe you two can catch up on the soaps or watch a baseball game!
Missing you as always!
February 15, 2007
Harry,

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!!!


It's been some time since I dropped you a line. I think of you alot, wishing you were here with us. Walt hasn't been doing to good lately. He has cancer and had his radiation, but now he needs chemo. Things haven't been so good for awhile now. So we are taking it day by day...

Miss & Love You...
February 15, 2007
Hey there DAD

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!!!!!!!

Miss you as always!
January 27, 2007
Hey Mr. Coop: Let me tell you a story. Seven months and counting.... our downstairs is "almost" done.... Needlesstosay, my Timmy is no "Cooper"; BUT I am very proud of him for the work he has done. And even though your Brian has so much going on, he was kind enough to come over last night to help us out. As I was standing there watching Brian master the art of installing my toilet, there was a glimmer of hope that the wisdom and fine craftmanship he inheriated from you would rub off on my Timmy. I'm still waiting....... All joking aside, the boy you raised has turned out to be a wonderful man. And Kim is no slouch either. I'm sure you are so proud of both them and rightly so. And even though we may not say it everyday, we think it.....You are dearly missed.
January 19, 2007
Well we have news once again.....
It's a HEALTHY little BOY 6lbs 14oz! Mom, dad and baby are doing well! Now mommy will have a house FULL! WHO DON'T KNOW THAT....
Don't you wish you were here!


On a sadder note.......... it is three years today . Boy how time has gone by! As always I miss you terribly.
November 28, 2006
I can't believe the time has come ...finally we have moved into "the house". Brian has done such an amazing job. It is funny
Brian, mommy, well lets just say a lot of people wonder what you would have thought about this place, our home. I think you would be proud of the work he did. I think you would have leaned on the counter top in the kitchen and said..... Well Brian you did a great job but I would have done it this way! or better yet... THEY SAY you should do it this way! God do I miss you.
Another holiday has come and gone. BUT you were remembered we had a very nice dinner we were all together. The boys were GREAT, although they didn't want the turkey they preferred fish...gold fish that is!
OKAY are you ready for this!!!!!!
As the saying goes DAD
New house....new baby!
I can't believe it. Another little one on the way. We were so surprised but very excited.


PS So what do you think of the house??
October 01, 2006
Hi Harry,

It's been awhile, but you're thought of alot... Just the other day a lady at work asked me if you still make those paper towel holders? I said you passed away, but I bet he is making them in his workshop up there. She said you brought alot of SMILES to peoples faces for the work you did. Your Grandsons' are really growing up fast. You would love them dearly and spoil them to no end, Grandpa... Miss & Love You !
July 08, 2006
I just found this wonderful site. I never realized it existed but ironically I found it looking up arrangements for another Cooper today. I have to tell you all of your love for Harry and your devotion and writing in these posts shows the pure love you all shared. Vicky, you were my best friend all through High School and my Maid of Honor. Harry was your only true love then and you knew it from the first time you met him. Those years he was away in the service were hard on you. I remember all the fun we had driving around in his '57 chevy and pooling our pennies and nickels for gas(amazing how we complained about gasoline being 23-25 cents a gallon), hanging out while he worked on everyones car, hanging out with the Tobins and drinking Pepsi. Remember Harry's smile when we talked my Mom into going and buying that St Bernard pup for him and years later having him pick a Saint from our Saints 1st litter. I know that was so many years ago but the memories seem like yesterday. Kim and Brian I remember you as little kids and look how fast you grew, now you each have your own kids.I know Vicky is thrilled to be a grandmom and she is so proud of both of you. Kim I know how hard it must be for you to work at the hospital and visit the places your Dad was those last days. I am a nurse too and I know your job is stressful enough and this has to be hard on you. Rita, Walt you had a great brother in law. Mr and Mrs Pinkston I hope you are doing well your house was like my second home growing up and I often wish I could turn back time to those days. I wish you all the best.
July 04, 2006
Hey there love, whatcha say ducky!
Missing you as always. Kim
April 23, 2006
Hello Brother your name pops up time and again as a matter of fact Mom is with us over the Easter holiday and we mentioned you being in the V.E. war as a cook, and how you never spoke of the war per say.
Mom says hello Harry till we meet again.
April 22, 2006
Hi Harry,

Just dropping a line to say Happy Easter to You... We all had a nice day, but it would of been alot better if we had YOU here with us... Miss & Love You...
March 04, 2006
It has been a long while. Please do not think that I am not thinking of you. Your birthday has passed,along with Daytona, and many many other things.
I still have trouble knowing that you are gone. I can not touch you, call you or even bring you food home. We went to Issac Newton's last night and enjoyed one of the best crab cakes (next to yours). Brian said you would have enjoyed one. I wanted so badly to bring some home for you! Dad you would have enjoyed the crab cake and I would have enjoyed you!
I wish I could see you right now!
You know that I am sad...I guess that is why Kyle just woke up from his nap after only 20minutes! Thanks DAD>
Love always!
February 15, 2006
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BROTHER-IN-LAW...

MISS YOU AND LOVE YOU...

LOVE Rita
January 20, 2006
This week has been rough for me. Being in the hospital day in and day out usually does not bother me but this week I have been remembering how we use to visit. Walking through the parking lot wondering what kind of day it had been for you, what were we going to walk into, how was your BP, all those things rushing into my head when I hit the parking lot. Then to be there..in the ICU this week..it has been hard.
I can not seem to close my eyes this week. Seeing you lay there helpless that morning with no fight left. My heart is breaking all over again. But don't worry everyone has been reaching out to us and we have been supportive to each other. This is hard! I miss you.
Kim
January 19, 2006
Hi Harry,

I know I haven't been on for some time, but that doesn't mean your not in my thoughts. It's two years today that you left us. You were always special to me and always will be. Miss you every day. Love you forever....
November 24, 2005
Hey it is me! Just wanted to let you know, as always, I am thinking of you. I have been thinking about you alot. During this past week I keep finding myself wanting to go to the ICU to see you. Knowing your are not there is so hard. Everyone said the first hollidays without you would be the hardest - they lied. During the "first" hollidays everyone asked if they could do anything for us, how could they help ease the pain. I know that no one has forgotten you but this year has been much different. I know that you were there tonight at Aunt Rita's for the simple fact of that smell. You knew I was lonely and needed to send a sign. I am sorry that I needed her to put it away. It just reminded me of that day when you died that smell....the smell I will never forget.
Dad I miss you so much! These hollidays are gonna be so hard.
I wish for once the hurt would stop just for a few minutes.....
November 12, 2005
Hi Harry,

Just dropping a line to let you know I've been thinking about you alot lately. All the holidays are creeping up on us again, and you will surely be missed as always. Your grandsons are getting bigger as the months go by. Everyone is doing fine.

Miss & Love you...
September 04, 2005
Hi Harry,

Happy Labor Day!!!!! Well it's almost the end of summer, time is really flying by... Today, we're going over Kim & Brian's for a cookout with some family & friends, wish you could be there with us. I know you would be the life of the party.. Oh, your Grandson Kyle is getting so big and he is now starting to crawl. You would be so proud of Kim and Kyle, but I know you are looking down on all of us...

LOVE & MISS YOU SO MUCH.......
August 23, 2005
Hey Dad...
Boy would you be giving up on the soap ONCE AGAIN! Julia is back! or Hulia ..... as you would say! Can you believe it?? Of course Noah is dead for now but who knows maybe he will come back too. Now Dixie... Dixie is not Dixie but Del's other half sister Di Henry...Who makes this crap up! You would definitely be quitting. The only good news this month is that Erica (your favorite actress in the whole world) is on vacation!

Well as you can tell I just want to say HI! Today is one of those days I would have picked up the phone and ranted about the soap! We would have to do lunch today just to see what unfolds!

Love you and miss you as always!
July 12, 2005
Hello once again I am missing you. I was looking thru the many pictures of you. I have a picture in a mind of you in a bucket hat the same that Kyle has now! I can't find it anywhere but not for lack of trying.
As always I love you and miss you. I know that you are looking out for Kyle & I. Hugs and kisses.
July 04, 2005
Harry,

Happy 4th of July!!!!! Miss & Love you...

Rita
June 22, 2005
Harry,

You have another beautiful grandson (Brian Harry Jr.) He's a cutie...You should see all the hair he has, he could give you some... I'm sure you were looking down on them. I know if you were here you would spoil those grand children so much, and who don't know that.... Love & Miss You.......
June 21, 2005
Well Dad it's official I am an AUNT!!!!!

Brian Harry was born this morning 6:57am 7lbs 10oz 20inches long! Oh what a cutie!
June 20, 2005
Harry,

Happy Father's Day.......Miss & Love you very much.......
June 05, 2005
Hey Dad
It has been a while.....
I have been thinking of you so much lately. I guess because I miss you so much it hurts again. Life is moving on so quickly without you it seems like just yesterday that we watched the soap together or I bugged you for one wood project or another! Well I am stuck watching the soap alone. But I have others to bug. Brian made Kyle a potty chair - you would be prou. Of course I don't have it yet but Kyle is still pooping his diaper! Speaking of Kyle he is rolling over ... Mommy got to see it the other day.

I guess I have been thinking alot about you becuase I am making Aunt Rita a scrap book and have been looking thorugh so many old pictures. You are in so many! I found this one with you wearing some stupid umbrella hat !!!!!!!! Mommy would have killed you! If only you were here for her to say something!!!!!!!!!!!
Anyway I love you and miss you!
Kim
May 30, 2005
Harry, Happy Memorial Day .......

Miss You & Love You!!!!!!!!!!
April 29, 2005
Hi Harry, Just wanted to drop a line to let you know not a day goes by without thinking of you or looking at your picture. You have that Phillies hat on, and gosh they are not doing good at all... Wish you were here, miss you and love you..........
April 05, 2005
hey Dad
I can't believe it is already spring and 15 months have passed since you have left us. I miss you. Easter was especially hard b/c everyone played cards and of course you were not there to liven the room!
Kyle is getting so BIG! Miss you Love you. Kim
March 27, 2005
Happy Easter Harry, Another year gone by as we gather over here for Easter Day. Except this year we had your little handson grandson Kyle to be with us. He is so adorable, you would love him so much. I know you were looking down on all of us today. We played some cards for the first time and had a few. I sure miss you playing with us, you were always the life of the party. You were in my thoughts as I played and I'm sure everyone else was feeling the same. Miss & Love You........
March 17, 2005
Happy St. Patty's Day Harry. Here's to you on this Irish Day. Wish you were here to have one too... Miss & Love you........
March 09, 2005
Hello Harry, Just dropping a line to let you know how wonderful the christening went with your beautiful grandson Kyle. He's so adorable and precious, couldn't ask for a better baby. As I always say, wish you were here with us. Miss you & Love you...
March 05, 2005
Hey dad...
Brian & I went to pick Grandmom up tonight, it was an interesting ride home. She was telling us about how you came to get her when I was born to share the good news that she finally had a GRANDdaughter! It was awesome hearing her version of things. It was also great to hear her talk about her driving skills back in the day!

When we were leaving the house I closed my eyes for a brief moment and I could see you standing at the garage door. It brought tears to my eyes but I was happy to be able to see your face again and it not be in a hospital bed.

I miss you. Love you.
February 21, 2005
Hi Harry, Just wanted to see if the guest book was still available today. I see your son in-law Brian extended it. I'm really gonna miss this when it goes, cause I always made it an important thing to look at everyday and to see your smiley face. Yesterday was the opening of the Nascar Race(Daytona 500). Kim & Brian had people over for the race. Jeff Gordon came in first place again. Gosh, how I wish you were here with us, to hear your loud and party voice. Your grandson Kyle is so precious, and I know you be a wonderful GRANDPA. I know you are looking down on all of us, but I wish you were looking at us face to face...Memories of you will forever be with us. Miss you & Love you...
February 20, 2005
It's official the race season has begun and Jeff Gordon won...as if you didn't know that!
We had a party and a good time was had by all...especially Mr B...he seems to have an edge when it comes to winning the pools. BUT that is okay because Kyle got some cash in the ol' piggybank even though his racer - Jimmy Johnson - didn't win. Don't worry mom had Kyle decked out in the Gordon Gear!

Good news just like the old days during the race the checker board got used. I can still close my eyes and see you behind the bar playing chess or checkers with the sucker of the day!

Miss you now and always!
February 19, 2005
We apprecitate the thought that has been put into my brother's guest book. Har, I think everything is going as well as expected. Everyone kind of looks after one another. Me and Brian has done a little bit of work together and its been great.His handiness doesn't replace you but it is a close second.Going to work with Bri tommorrow on his and Amy's baby's room. Kimmy, Brian and Kyle are good. Vicky is a wonderful Grandma. You would be proud. Its still hard, because we all miss you.
Love you now and forever!
Ronnie Marianne & Jenn
February 17, 2005
I wanted to thank all of you who have written in my dad's guest book. The memories,feelings and thoughts that you have shared have helped me through a difficult year. I miss him so much as you all do I'm sure. Thanks again.
I love you DAD!
Kim
February 16, 2005
Harry your memories are with us at this time, especially since we are entering family pictures in our family album. As we come upon your smiling face in most of your pictures it brings back many fond
memories.
LOVE YA HARRY
February 16, 2005
Happy Birthday Grandpop!

Although I never met you I have heard all about you from my mommy.
She says I have your eyes and oh yeah your hair line. She says that you are my guardian angel and that you will watch over me forever and ever.

Grandpop I will take good care of my mommy and grandmom. Rest in Peace!

Your grandson...Kyle
February 16, 2005
Happy Birthday Dad!

I know you would say it is just another day but it was a special day to all of us.

Funny thing happened this year ... I cooked your favorite. I remember as a kid dreading your birthday dinner because it was ham, potatoe salad and beans or pork chops, mash and beans. Neither a favorite of mine in fact I didn't like either of them. This year I found myself making both of them and enjoying every bite.
I miss you!
Love you, Kim
February 15, 2005
Happy Birthday to our Son-In-Law, Harry. Miss you.
February 15, 2005
Happy Birthday to you - Happy Birthday to you - Happy Birthday to Harry - Happy Birthday to you. Wish you were here with us. Miss you & Love you...
January 20, 2005
Harry, It's been a year since you've gone Home, though it seems like just yesterday. Our hearts still ache, the tears still fall, but we know you are at peace now. I spent some time with Vicky - Kim - Brian & grandson Kyle yesterday. You sure have a precious grandson. Don't worry we will take care of one another, just like you took care of everyone when you were here with us... Miss you & Love you very much...
January 20, 2005
REMEMBERING.....

HARRY S. COOPER
2/15/48 – 1/19/04

We’re gathered here today to remember a man that you will never forget…..
A devoted husband of 33 years, a loving and generous father, a supportive brother,a “Been – There –Done – That” life of the party guy, a true friend and neighbor.

Born on February 15, 1948, Harry entered the world of Frances & James Cooper and began to fill the lives of his 5 siblings with love and laughter. Till the time of his death, his brother Ronnie, enjoyed a “play” date on Wednesday’s. Together they created masterful ornate wooden creations; worked on cars and added “souvenirs” to the infamous “Bucket of Bolts” that has mended more Chevy’s than a dealership; enjoyed a Budweiser or two and simply share their time to create the memories they so fondly speak of today.

Together with his wife, Vicky, they raised 2 children: Kim & Brian, of whom they are both very proud. Brian has said that he wishes he could be half the man that his father was. Brian – you are that man that your father was. He taught you and you learned how to “fix” anything. Your friends and family know to contact you when they need something and you know exactly where to find what you need to help them. Cherish the memories connected to the “things” Dad stored in his basement and use them to fulfill whatever need arises. Honor the tradition of “Pack-Rat” and “Tool Man”. Know that your relationship with Amy is a mirror of what your parents shared. He was content that the two of you have “The Whole Nine Yards”. Amy, he welcomed you as a daughter and enjoyed your company, especially your private movie dates.

Kim, as Daddy’s Little Girl, you have inherited his free spirit and zest for life. Your many escapades as a teenager were fun and spontaneous and dad was proud to rescue you when your car broke down at 3 AM when you were supposed to be home in bed! You didn’t need AAA – you had DAD. Like he always said, “I’ll stick up for you no matter what you did, just tell me the truth.” Cherish the cooking skills he shared with you, especially baking cookies together. Believe that your happiness was his happiness and he knows that you have found just that in your relationship with “your Brian”. He’ll be with you, “Forever and Ever”, as you share your lives. In Brian your Dad lives on as your jack of all trades, master of none.

Brian & Kim know that those who are close to you will keep your father’s memory alive. He instilled in you the qualities of a loving and nurturing person early in life by playing countless rounds of Candy Land. Remember – he’d never let you win – you had to do it on your own fair and square hence, your independence and honesty today. You’ll always share a close relationship as brother/sister or son/daughter exemplified by the unique birthday dinners cooked and served especially for you as you reached another birthday.

Vicky, our hearts are with you today and will remain with you forever as you remember your true love. Together, you forged a relationship that took you on many journeys. “Some days you took the elevator, others you got the shaft.” But through it all, you “played tidily winks with manhole covers” or “drove trucks down the Jersey Turnpike”, as Harry often quipped. Together, you created a home of love for your children and welcomed relatives and friends at all time. You enjoyed each other’s company, especially while playing cards (trying to win Cassie a new pair of shoes), preparing for Christmas holidays, watching NASCAR, vacationing in Wildwood, gardening and savoring many delicious meals. Harry’s love of cooking blossomed after his Army days in Vietnam where he was a baker. His ambitious gardening techniques were envied throughout the neighborhood, especially his knack for making pickles and homemade salsa. If you plan to continue on with this tradition, we pledge to try and measure up to his talents and help you. He is and always will be your partner and best friend.

As a friend, Harry was devoted and true. He always made you feel comfortable and warm. Steve Hopkins, affectionately known as “Hobbs”, considered Harry his best buddy. For 25 years they developed a relationship of love and admiration – a true and lasting friendship. They shared a particular love for fishing and went on countless trips together. Hobbs affectionately dubbed him the “King of the Throwbacks” and proudly displays a favorite photo of Harry’s 3 inch catch. They often joked about Harry’s 7-year stint without a keeper flounder until Harry broke the record this past summer with a 29 incher. That day was one of Harry’s happiest, with a grin from ear to ear and a dance on the platform – a priceless memory.

Whether you knew him as Harry, Dad, the outlaw – son – in – law, Uncle Harry, the big H, or just plain Coop, he was and always will be
H – A – R – R – Y. A man whose smile could light up a room; A man whose personality captivated an audience; A man who lived his life with courage and determination; A man who enjoyed ‘b.s.-ing’ with his neighbors; A man who would help you at the drop of a hat; A man with a legacy of friendship and love.

For 10 years he doctored his illnesses and forged ahead to support his family. In subtle ways, he’ll let you know that his spirit still survives. Be comforted in the fact that grief is a normal reaction to the loss of someone who has been significant in your life. Do not be afraid to hear his voice, see his face or dream of shared memories.
Think of him often and love him always.

On behalf of his family: Wife Vicky, children Kim, Brian, Amy, and Brian, words can not express their sincere appreciation for those of you who spent countless hours supporting them through Harry’s hospital stay. Your love and support helped them to face each new day. Each and every one of you gathered here today, held a special place in Harry’s heart and will continue to do so throughout the lives of his wife and children. They thank you for being here today and throughout Harry’s life. A special thanks for all the cards, prayers, visits, and other kindness extended during Harry’s illness and now in their time of bereavement. Their burden of sorrow has been lightened by your thoughtfulness.

In closing, Harry’s beloved niece, Jennifer would like to read a poem entitled “I’m Free” that the family believes will help you with your grief in the days to come. If Harry could speak to us today, these are the words he would use………….

I'm Free

Don't grieve for me, for now I'm free I'm following the path God laid for me.
I took His hand when I heard him call; I turned my back and left it all.
I could not stay another day, To laugh, to love, to work or play.
Tasks left undone must stay that way; I found that place at the close of day.
If my parting has left a void, Then fill it with remembered joy.
A friendship shared a laugh, a kiss; Ah yes, these things, I too will miss.
Be not burdened with times of sorrow I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow.
My life's been full, I savored much; Good friends, good times, a loved ones touch.
Perhaps my time seems all to brief; Don't lengthen it now with undue grief.
Lift up your heart and share with me,
God wanted me now, He set me free!
January 19, 2005
Dad
It is hard to believe that you have been gone for a whole year now. Each day is harder then the next because I always think I will wake up and you will be here. Just the other day I picked the phone up to call you. To let you know the opening credits of ALL my Children has changed but as I dialed the number I remembered your not here with us anymore!

Dad I look at my son and see so much of you. I only wish that you could see him, hold him, and teach him. I know that you are looking over him but that is not good enough for me today, I want you back here, home with your family and friends.

I miss you more then I could have ever imagined. I wish you were here to tell me there is nothing to cry about and wipe my tears away. I wish I could rub your head and get one of those "wet" kisses.

1 year, 365 days, 8760 hours .....
I miss you every day, every hour!

I LOVE YOU! KIM
January 02, 2005
Harry, Happy New Year... As I always say, Miss you - Love you and wish you were here.. You have a BEAUTIFUL GRANDSON, only wish you could be here to fill the great shoes of a GRANDFATHER...( AND WHO DON'T KNOW THAT )
January 01, 2005
Happy New Year Dad or should I say GRANDPOP! This past year has been an amazing challenge for all of us but we have made it through with the help of family and friends.

As you know Brian & I have welcomed the newest member of our family on December 21st (three weeks early)! We now face a new set of challenges - parenthood! Dad I wish you could be here to share in our amazing happiness. When I look at little Kyle I think of you. He has your eyes and your "rag-a-muffin" hair.

Dad I miss you!
December 25, 2004
Merry Christmas Harry, Miss you & Love you...
November 27, 2004
Hello Harry, I know I'm acouple days late, but I wanted to say Happy Thanksgiving to you. That day was just not the same. Missed your smile, voice, laughter and the card games we played.. I know you were looking down on us. I'm sure you know that your son married a great girl on Nov 13th, it was tough for him, but he made it through like a man. Miss you, Love you, and sure Wish you were here with All of Us......
October 21, 2004
Harry and Family, we're sorry we couldn't be there for you and Harry's final farewell. Just received the information. You'll always be remembered. I will remember your wood working skills and the story about the saint bernard and the convertible.

Love Janet Dickson (Carswell)
September 27, 2004
HERES TO MY KID BROTHER HARRY WHO WAS ONLY TWO YEARS OLD WHEN I LEFT THE SERVICE, I DID NOT KNOW MUCH OF HIM TILL I GOT HOME. YOU KNOW WHAT HARRY WROTE ME A LETTER WHILE IN THE SERVICE, BUT HE WROTE IN A CODE THAT I HAD DIFFICULTY DECODING. WHEN A 2 YEAR OLD WRITES A LETTER TO ANYONE HE HAS HIS OWN WAY OF WRITING. AS I DECODED THE LETTER HE HAD ONE THING IN MIND AND THAT WAS LOVE FOR HIS BIG ARMY BROTHER. I STILL HAVE THAT LETTER IN MY SCRAP BOOK. HARRYS HEART WAS AS BIG AS ANYONE I'VE KNOWN, HE WAS ALWAYS THERE. WHEN I WAS BUILDING MY GARAGE IN FEASTERVILLE I MADE MENTION I NEEDED A 22 FOOT LONG I BEAM 8 INCHES WIDE. GUESS WHAT HARRY ARRIVED ONE DAY WITH THAT I BEAM I WANTED. HE DROVE UP 95 WITH THIS EMENSE PIECE OF STEEL HANGING OUT THE BACK END OF HIS VAN WITH ITS FRONT END POINTING TO THE SKY, WHAT A SITE. LIKE I SAY AND WE ALL KNOW HARRY WAS THERE WHEN YOU NEEDED HIM. GOD BLESS YOU HARRY.WHAT A GUY.
September 06, 2004
Hi Harry, Happy Labor Day to you, summer is all over. Now for the fall to come in. Miss you & Love you very much...
July 04, 2004
Hi Harry, Its Fourth of July and a quite one. Kim - Brian and the dogs came over for a swim today...Later they're going to Brian & Amy's for a cookout. Vicky's down the shore with Kathy. Just not the same since your not here. Miss & Love You....
June 21, 2004
Just wanted to wish you a Happy Father's Day!
As always I miss you and want you to come back but I know that is not possible.

This last week has been filled with many firsts for all of us - mom's first anniversary without YOU, the first time Hobb's boat has been in the water without YOU, the announcement of YOUR first grandchild to be, and our first Father's Day with YOU. Needless to say a lot of tears have been shed recently - tears of sadness! "They" say this is suppose to get easier, we are suppose to heal with time but the pain is as real as the day we lost you. I miss you so much.
Love you.
June 20, 2004
Harry,

Happy Father's Day to you...
Miss you & Love you very much...
June 14, 2004
Well it is official - I am going to be a MOM!

Wish you were here to share in our amazing happiness. I know you would have been so excited to be a grandfather -
"Who don't know that!"

Love you and miss you.
May 30, 2004
Hello Harry, It's been awhile since I wrote in your guest book. But believe me I look into everyday, just to see your smiley face. I went to visit your place of rest and it was very sad again. Left you a Red Carnation & a Memorial Day balloon as it blows in the wind. Also, there was a plaque there, saying if there were enough tears to built a stairway to you I would bring you home... Well, I guess thats not true, cause you would of been home the day you left us... Happy Memorial Day to you. Miss you & Love you ... Love, Rita
May 18, 2004
Well it has been a while since I have last visited this site. I have come back today because I am feeling that same loneliness/emptiness I felt 4 months ago. Don't get me wrong it has never gone away but it has gotten a little better. I wish I could visit you, so I could see your face, touch your hands and rub your head. Last night was a bad one, I cried and cried for no other reason then I miss you. The reality is dad, I will never again be able to see your face, touch your hands or rub you head but some how I go on. Dad I miss you.
April 11, 2004
Hi Harry, Well today is Easter. As you know we all got together over here. Well it just wasn't the same with you not here. But we made it the best we could. And as you know its a dreary and rainy day. I had a few for you and I sure do miss you not being here for our card game. (we didn't even play) It was just a quite get together, and I know everyone wished you were here with us... Everyone is gone, places they had to visit. So Happy Easter to you and I miss you & love you.. Rita
April 04, 2004
Hi Harry,

Just dropping you a little note, saying we're back from Punta Cana. Kim made a beautiful bride, as you well know, cause I know you were looking down on her.. Everything went well. Bride & Groom will be home tonite, as Mr.& Mrs Brian Burgess... Miss You & Love You...Rita
March 25, 2004
My DAD was the most talented man I knew, he always made the most beautiful things from what others would waste. He had vision when I was blind, smiles and words of comfort when I had tears, and hands that could make me anything I wanted. Well this past week I needed him once again for yet another one of my home disasters. I wanted to be able to hear him say

"Sweetheart, some days you get the elevator,
some days you get the shaft"

Well dad I got the shaft, but thanks to the great guy I am going to marry & the son you raised to know everything you knew, my living room is back together. But dad there is one thing missing - your handcrafted touch!

Dad I will look back to this picture of you in your workshop and remember the hours upon hours you spent making your handcrafted pieces not only for me but for everyone. (You know mommy is going to kill me.....but I want eveyone to see where all your master pieces were created...sorry mom!)
I MISS YOU!
March 24, 2004
Harry,
I have known you a long time. Who knew way back then you would be in my life so long. But my earliest and dearest memory has always told me what kind of man you where. I remember experiencing another passing of someone dear in my life. At the age of 10, crying on the front step totally lost, you came up the street the wrong way in your car, opened your trunk and pulled out a pepsi from the case you always carried there. You handed it to me and told me I would be alright. Guess what. I was. The answers where always so simple for you. But your confidence was sooooo comforting. You have impacted my life for many years, and for this I am grateful.There was always a right way to do things and a wrong way to do things.And of course, your way was the right way. Your simple answers to a complex problem made life much easier. I am a better person for having known you. With all my love. PS. Thanks for Harry Cooper's younger brother, as we so lovingly referred to him around the garage.
Marianne
March 21, 2004
Hello Harry,


Went to visit you today, and gosh it was another cold and windy day. Vicky, Kim & Brian B went along with me. It was hard for Vicky, but she managed okay. It's so hard for everyone. I still can't beleive that you're not here with us physically, but I know for sure that you're in all of our Hearts. We sure do Miss You Alot. I left you an Easter Bunny and they put a Veteran Plaque with the American Flag attached to it next to your name plate. I know one thing, Harry, Kim & Brian needed you this past week cause they had a disaster at the house, but as you know your son Brian came to the rescue and helped them out. Well, this time next Sunday, we'll be in Punta Cana the place where Kim & Brian picked out to become Husband & Wife. I know you'll be there watching over your Little Girl.. Miss you & Love you, Rita
March 11, 2004
Our favorite Brother-In-Law. Miss you & Love you...
March 06, 2004
I recieved this via email one day when my dad was sick and I held onto it. At that time my dad could not talk to us but I thought that if he could he would say the following ...in his own words of course...

Moments in Life

There are moments in life when you miss someone so much that you just want to pick them from your dreams and hug them for real!

When the door of happiness closes, another opens; but often times we look so long at the closed door that we don't see the one,which has been opened for us.

Don't go for looks; they can deceive. Don't go for wealth; even that fades away. Go for someone who makes you smile, because it takes only a smile to make a dark day seem bright. Find the one that makes your heart smile.

Dream what you want to dream; go where you want to go; be what you want to be, because you have only one life and one chance to do all the things you want to do.

May you have enough happiness to make you sweet, enough trials to make you strong, enough sorrow to keep you human and enough hope to make you happy.

The happiest of people don't necessarily have the best of everything; they just make the most of everything that comes along their way.

The brightest future will always be based on a forgotten past;you can't go forward in life until you let go of your past failures & heartaches.

When you were born, you were crying and everyone around you was smiling. Live your life so at the end, you're the one who is smiling and everyone around you is crying.

Don't count the years-count the memories...........

Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take; but by the moments that take our breath away!

My dad lived his life to the fullest. He certainly did what he wanted to do with no regrets. He surrounded himself with fun, loving people...(all of you!)...He always did for others whether it be taking my mom shopping on Sundays, running to my house or Brian's to add another handcrafted creation, or to help fix a friend's car or garbage disposal. These little things made him happy! Along with countless games of cards, wood working master pieces, baseball games, and not to forget fishing trips.

He also love to teach us. There is not one of you out there that has not gotten one of my dad's lessons Whether it be how to bake cookies, fix a car, create a master piece, paint, use a garbage disposal (we have all been there) or install a phone line. He lived for the phone to ring, either from his wife just up the stairs or any one of us so he could come to our rescue. Well dad we are calling you now...help us to continue on
without you here with us.

I miss him every minute of every day, as I am sure you all do, but when I think of his full life I smile. Dad I want to live my life just like you lived yours.

I LOVE YOU!
February 29, 2004
Yo Coop!
I never thought I would ever feel a pain I felt when I heard of your passing.I will never forget the special times we had from crabbing to fixing the house ,cards,cooking well me showing you how to cook :).These are just some of those special things i will never forget!You were and still are a huge part of so many lives.Thank you for everything you have shared with me, you truely made me feel like a son.Although i wish certain things would never happen,I know there is a resaon for everything.Whatever that reason may be,it will never make sense to me why it was your time.Coop you will live in my heart for as long as it beats,again THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING!!!!!!
February 25, 2004
Well today is Ash Wednesday...and once again I find a reason to miss you even more. Your fried shrimp & scallops with home made french fries were greatly missed tonight.

I thought of you often today. I wanted to pick up the phone and beg you to have me for dinner. You would tell me 'no, make it yourself'...I knew you never once meant it. Each year you would out do yourself.

Once again.... I MISS YOU & LOVE YOU
February 20, 2004
Uncle Harry,
It is hard to believe that it has been a month since you left us. I know that I will always miss those sloppy kisses of yours. When I would come to visit you after a bad day at work, your kisses seemed to make everything better. I will miss that smile that could light up a room.

Some people say that you have to see the good in the bad, I thank you everyday for bringing me and Marcello together.

I love you and miss you everyday.
Love, Jennifer
February 17, 2004
Kim,

I should be thanking YOU for allowing Tim, Jared and myself to spend that special Sunday with you and your family. I’m sure that Harry was watching over us (Brian did win the pool, after all) and I just wanted to tell you that it was an honor being there with all of you on Harry’s Day. We Love You All!
February 17, 2004
I wanted to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart who spent the 15th with me. Each and every one of you made that day just a little bit easier. It was nice to be surrounded by my family and friends on such a difficult day.

Although I missed him terribly that day (and every day) his was there with us.. I just know it!

I LOVE YOU DAD!
February 16, 2004
Cooper Family,

Harry Cooper was one of Kind. No matter when you saw him, whether a visit to your home or his home, you were always greeted with a Big Smile and Hello and even a Kiss, even with the men you were always greeted with that Big Hello and a Warm Hand Shake. Our Card Games were Fun, cause you knew Harry was there with his loud talking and his joking around. He treated everyone the same and was always there to help you. One of his sayings to us was (If you want something done you have to ask,cause I won't know what you need done. In the early years, he was known as Harry the Hat. We'll never forget all the Good Times we shared Together with our Son-In-Law. You will Forever be in our Hearts, til we meet up with you again, Miss you & Love you.

Mom & Dad Pinkston
(Outlaw-Mother-In-Law) & Father-In-Law

HAPPY BIRTHDAY HARRY!!!!!!!!
February 15, 2004
Harry,

Happy Birthday!!! Miss you & Love you...Love Rita & Walt
February 15, 2004
Dad
Today is the day, your day. I find it difficult not be scrambling around looking for that special something for you. I know, "I don't want anything, just for you to be good". Although you said that for years we always managed to find that one tool or gadget you didn't have. (GOD do I wish I could hear you say that now!)

Well this year is no different. I wanted to do something special for you. So I gathered some pictures and put them on a special memory disc for your family and friends. This way DAD when we miss you or are having a bad day and just want to be with you, you will be right there in front of us. Together we can enjoy the GOOD times and your favorite music. I hope it helps everyone as it has helped me.

As we all gather today to watch the Daytona 500 and enjoy some of your ‘favorite things’. I hope you will be with us in spirit to wipe away our tears, lift our heavy hearts and put smiles back on our faces.

Happy Birthday DAD!
February 13, 2004
Dear Ron and Amy,
May the memories of Harry continue to put a smile on your face!
February 11, 2004
Mr. Cooper:

Although you are now resting in God’s hands and have found peace, there are so many of us here who find it impossible to let you go. As time goes by, I can only pray that the unimaginable hurt you’re family is feeling, will subside. It could never disappear, but maybe diminish, just enough to let your wife and children get through the day.

Even though I joined this group only five years ago, I feel like I’ve known you and your family forever. You were always so welcoming and would help out any way you could. One of my fondest memories of our time together was you lecturing me on how to properly use my garbage disposal as to avoid having yet another disastrous flood. YIKES!! And every time I sit on my couch, I get to enjoy your craftsmanship. Oh, how magnificently you routed that wood. I just wanted to say thank you again.

Just to let you know, I will be here doing whatever it takes to make sure you’re ENTIRE family gets through this difficult time. I’ve found a special friendship with your Brian, one that I will cherish forever. As Timmy is proud to call him his “best man”, I am proud to call him my “best friend”. Harry, keep smiling down on us and someday you’ll get to see another little Cooper wandering around down here. We love you and miss you.
February 08, 2004
February 8, 2004
Well Harry, here I am again, you know I'm always earlier than late. I took a ride today to your place of rest and it was mighty cold and windy, just like the day you left. Next sunday is your birthday and how sad it will be, knowing you will not be here to celebrate your 56th , but instead you'll be within our hearts for always & forever...I left you some balloons as they blew in the wind along with your card & a cupcake too. Just wish we could all be somewhere else to celebrate your special day... I'll see you again, miss you & love you.. Happy Birthday Harry... Your sister-in-law Rita XOXO
February 07, 2004
I miss you DAD! This is not getting any easier! I love you now and always. I needed you today...I need you everyday.
February 02, 2004
We all deeply regret Harry's illness and passing. Behind his unblinking stare and intimidating growl was a very caring and compassionate man who would do anything for you. Anyone who knew him figured this out very quickly! We will remember him as a man who loved life and who refused to get angry over the misfortunes which are cast upon you.
When sorrowful words of someone's death passes through the neighborhood as quickly as Harry's did, its a fact that he was respected, well-liked, and a valuable asset to the community and the human race.
May God bless him and his family.
February 01, 2004
Miss you very much,mostly the things we did together. If it was work or play I always enjoyed spending the time with you. There is one thing I and a few others will always wonder, what would you had said to us if you could have. P.S. Beep Beep
February 01, 2004
Dear Vicky and family,
You must feel such an emptiness inside and I am so sorry for that. I wish I could fill that dark spot. My prayers are with you daily. I do remember all the times we spent together in the late 60's and early 70's. They were such good times and would have liked to have more. Harry will surely be missed by many. Love, Cousin Maria
January 30, 2004
To the Cooper Family,
In the short time that we knew Harry
we came to know and enjoy him very much.From the first night we met him over Brian house his warm smile and jovial personality made us know what a great guy he was.His many talents spoke for themself in Brian house.We also enjoyed the times we spent with him like game nite,party he was a very fun person.Is kindness and talent will live on in Brian and his warmth and personality live on in his daughter Kim what a nice tribute to him.The love of many friends and relatives and neighbors that showed their love and prayersshould be a comfort to you all.To Vicky remember all the good time and happy memoriesand harry will live on in your heart.
love alwaysDEE,MARYJANE,KATHIE,JOANNE,MA RYEILEEN
January 29, 2004
To the Coopers

Harry was a "one of a kind man".

We worked with Harry for many, many years. We certainly enjoyed (and will miss) his Monday visits and his daily calls. He definitely created a following during his time here at Penn State Ind.

He was very special to us and will be greatly missed now and always.
January 24, 2004
Cooper Family

We will greatly miss Harry. From hanging out on Christmas Eve into the early morings on Christmas day. To all the wonderful refininshing projects Coop had performed on some of our old furniture. Coop will always be a part of our lives. While he was in the hospital our triplets included him in their prayers every night. On Monday when we leared that God had called him home they continue to pray for him knowing that he is up in Heaven. If there is anything you need help with please do not hesitate to call us.

Gary, Suzanne, Gerhard, Gabrielle, and Gillianne.
January 24, 2004
January 23, 2004
HARRY S. COOPER
2/15/48 – 1/19/04

We’re gathered here today to remember a man that you will never forget…..
A devoted husband of 33 years, a loving and generous father, a supportive brother,a “Been – There –Done – That” life of the party guy, a true friend and neighbor.

Born on February 15, 1948, Harry entered the world of Frances & James Cooper and began to fill the lives of his 5 siblings with love and laughter. Till the time of his death, his brother Ronnie, enjoyed a “play” date on Wednesday’s. Together they created masterful ornate wooden creations; worked on cars and added “souvenirs” to the infamous “Bucket of Bolts” that has mended more Chevy’s than a dealership; enjoyed a Budweiser or two and simply share their time to create the memories they so fondly speak of today.

Together with his wife, Vicky, they raised 2 children: Kim & Brian, of whom they are both very proud. Brian has said that he wishes he could be half the man that his father was. Brian – you are that man that your father was. He taught you and you learned how to “fix” anything. Your friends and family know to contact you when they need something and you know exactly where to find what you need to help them. Cherish the memories connected to the “things” Dad stored in his basement and use them to fulfill whatever need arises. Honor the tradition of “Pack-Rat” and “Tool Man”. Know that your relationship with Amy is a mirror of what your parents shared. He was content that the two of you have “The Whole Nine Yards”. Amy, he welcomed you as a daughter and enjoyed your company, especially your private movie dates.

Kim, as Daddy’s Little Girl, you have inherited his free spirit and zest for life. Your many escapades as a teenager were fun and spontaneous and dad was proud to rescue you when your car broke down at 3 AM when you were supposed to be home in bed! You didn’t need AAA – you had DAD. Like he always said, “I’ll stick up for you no matter what you did, just tell me the truth.” Cherish the cooking skills he shared with you, especially baking cookies together. Believe that your happiness was his happiness and he knows that you have found just that in your relationship with “your Brian”. He’ll be with you, “Forever and Ever”, as you share your lives. In Brian your Dad lives on as your jack of all trades, master of none.

Brian & Kim know that those who are close to you will keep your father’s memory alive. He instilled in you the qualities of a loving and nurturing person early in life by playing countless rounds of Candy Land. Remember – he’d never let you win – you had to do it on your own fair and square hence, your independence and honesty today. You’ll always share a close relationship as brother/sister or son/daughter exemplified by the unique birthday dinners cooked and served especially for you as you reached another birthday.

Vicky, our hearts are with you today and will remain with you forever as you remember your true love. Together, you forged a relationship that took you on many journeys. “Some days you took the elevator, others you got the shaft.” But through it all, you “played tidily winks with manhole covers” or “drove trucks down the Jersey Turnpike”, as Harry often quipped. Together, you created a home of love for your children and welcomed relatives and friends at all time. You enjoyed each other’s company, especially while playing cards (trying to win Cassie a new pair of shoes), preparing for Christmas holidays, watching NASCAR, vacationing in Wildwood, gardening and savoring many delicious meals. Harry’s love of cooking blossomed after his Army days in Vietnam where he was a baker. His ambitious gardening techniques were envied throughout the neighborhood, especially his knack for making pickles and homemade salsa. If you plan to continue on with this tradition, we pledge to try and measure up to his talents and help you. He is and always will be your partner and best friend.

As a friend, Harry was devoted and true. He always made you feel comfortable and warm. Steve Hopkins, affectionately known as “Hobbs”, considered Harry his best buddy. For 25 years they developed a relationship of love and admiration – a true and lasting friendship. They shared a particular love for fishing and went on countless trips together. Hobbs affectionately dubbed him the “King of the Throwbacks” and proudly displays a favorite photo of Harry’s 3 inch catch. They often joked about Harry’s 7-year stint without a keeper flounder until Harry broke the record this past summer with a 29 incher. That day was one of Harry’s happiest, with a grin from ear to ear and a dance on the platform – a priceless memory.

Whether you knew him as Harry, Dad, the outlaw – son – in – law, Uncle Harry, the big H, or just plain Coop, he was and always will be
H – A – R – R – Y. A man whose smile could light up a room; A man whose personality captivated an audience; A man who lived his life with courage and determination; A man who enjoyed ‘b.s.-ing’ with his neighbors; A man who would help you at the drop of a hat; A man with a legacy of friendship and love.

For 10 years he doctored his illnesses and forged ahead to support his family. In subtle ways, he’ll let you know that his spirit still survives. Be comforted in the fact that grief is a normal reaction to the loss of someone who has been significant in your life. Do not be afraid to hear his voice, see his face or dream of shared memories.
Think of him often and love him always.

On behalf of his family: Wife Vicky, children Kim, Brian, Amy, and Brian, words can not express their sincere appreciation for those of you who spent countless hours supporting them through Harry’s hospital stay. Your love and support helped them to face each new day. Each and every one of you gathered here today, held a special place in Harry’s heart and will continue to do so throughout the lives of his wife and children. They thank you for being here today and throughout Harry’s life. A special thanks for all the cards, prayers, visits, and other kindness extended during Harry’s illness and now in their time of bereavement. Their burden of sorrow has been lightened by your thoughtfulness.

In closing, Harry’s beloved niece, Jennifer would like to read a poem entitled “I’m Free” that the family believes will help you with your grief in the days to come. If Harry could speak to us today, these are the words he would use………….

I'm Free

Don't grieve for me, for now I'm free I'm following the path God laid for me.
I took His hand when I heard him call; I turned my back and left it all.
I could not stay another day, To laugh, to love, to work or play.
Tasks left undone must stay that way; I found that place at the close of day.
If my parting has left a void, Then fill it with remembered joy.
A friendship shared a laugh, a kiss; Ah yes, these things, I too will miss.
Be not burdened with times of sorrow I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow.
My life's been full, I savored much; Good friends, good times, a loved ones touch.
Perhaps my time seems all to brief; Don't lengthen it now with undue grief.
Lift up your heart and share with me,
God wanted me now, He set me free!
January 22, 2004
Dear Vicky,Kimmy & Brian,

I am so sorry for the loss of your Husband & Dad. He was my one and only Brother-In-Law. (HARRY) I will cherish all the memories we shared together as a Family & Friend. I will sure miss all our get togethers we shared. Also, all the fun we had when we played Gin Rummy and the Beers we had.(Cassie needs a new pair of shoes) All I know is that HARRY will be FINE and he will have plenty of Friends in Heaven.. Miss you & Love you Harry, til we meet again.. All My Love
January 22, 2004
I will miss our family times together. Especially our times together in the kitchen cooking Xmas dinner and me asking -- where's the potholders, the cornstarch, etc. The wooden signs in the kitchen and the one in the Pool room downstairs will be a constant reminder of the good times. I'll meet up with you again sometime.
January 22, 2004
Vick:

I am truly sorry for your loss. Please call me if you need anything.
215-245- 4835
nancy
January 22, 2004
I was lucky enough to call Harry my friend.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
January 21, 2004
My heart is heavy from the loss of such a Great guy. I cherrish all the memories thru the years with all our family gatherings AND thru many hands of Gin Rummey. He taught me how to play well.
Harry is probably sizing up a couple of angels to play with in his new hand.


To Vickey,Kimmie,Brian,Amy&Brian,

May your Hearts lighten with each passing day and remember that those who knew him will never forget him..

Our Love to all Of You,

Aunt Cassie & Uncle Walt & Gang
January 21, 2004
Words can not express our sincere appreciation for those of you who spent countless hours supporting us through MY DAD's hospital stay. Your love and support helped us to face each new day. We thank you for being here today and throughout his life. A special thanks for all the cards, prayers, visits, and other kindness extended during MY DAD's illness and now in our time of bereavement.
January 21, 2004
Your in our hearts and our prayers. Gary, Micky & Fam.
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