I got to know Haig when I worked in the undergraduate advising office in the Dept. of COM. I felt sad to lean of his passing. He was such a nice man & so influential in his research & his concentration on our freedoms, especially freedom of speech & the 1st amendment. I got to know him a little bit because of a book he gave me called "Something Went Wrong." He made some major contributions to our body of knowledge & was a real treasure because of this.
I am very sorry to read of the loss of your lifelong companion and love. I became acquainted with you through taking Alumni literature courses at Seattle U. --which I enjoyed so much because of your personal investment in teaching. I feel a special sympathy for you in your loss of your husband with whom you shared so much of your life, your time and your thoughts. My heartfelt prayers remain with you.
I am so sorry. But how very fortunate you are to have such parents. There isn't anything I can say to make saying good-bye easier. You, your mother, and family will be there for each other and will endure.
Sincerely, Anna Jacoby
Hamida~My thoughts and prayers are with you and Harlan. May your many memories comfort you.~Joanie