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March 10, 2013
Mr. Stamps was one of my absolute favorite instructors at J.D. and I took every class I could under him. His dry wit and erudite explanations of American government were masterful.

I am mournful of his passing, yet much, much richer having known and studied under him. Farewell and Godspeed, Mr. Stamps.
March 10, 2013
Mrs. Stamps and family.
My condolences to your entire family. I was a student in Prof. Stamp's Sociology Classes in the mid 70's. His humor always made the class interesting.


Bruce Jasinski
March 10, 2013
Mrs. Stamps, Allison and Amanda, I am so sorry hear of the passing of Mr. Stamps. As one of Mrs.Stamps former students I loved to hear her speak of "Harry, Allsion & Amanda". Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.
March 10, 2013
I am so sorry for your loss Ms. Stamps and will pray for you and your family! Elizabeth Stansbury, Class of "73 PCHS. Long Beach resident.
March 10, 2013
Unfortunately, I did not have the pleasure of knowing Mr. Harry Stamps, and I have never before laughed while reading an obituary, but reading about him makes me wish I had known him. Obviously, Harry was much loved and respected and gave love and respect back in equal measure. I'm sure he will be greatly missed by everyone whose lives he touched, and I'll bet Heaven is a more interesting place since he joined the angels already residing there. May God comfort his family and friends and may Harry rest in eternal peace with no daylight savings time to irritate him.
March 10, 2013
I knew Mr Harry from Dr. Browns office. He was sweet man. Mrs. Stamps, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. You took great care of him.
March 10, 2013
mr. stamps, a teacher of mine at pascagoula high school in 1957, should be in the guinnes book of world records for having his picture as the definition for so many words.
March 09, 2013
What a beautiful life story, so fantastically expressed. I feel fortunate to have known Mr. Harry when I did. Hanging out at Amanda's house with 'Ms. Ann and Mr. Harry' was a regular part of my childhood / adolescent years during the '80s that I still joyfully remember. Michael and I wish your families the peace and comfort that Mr. Harry would want for you during this time. We love ya'll.
March 10, 2013
We extend our sincere sympathy and value your trust during this time of remembrance and reflection. We pledge our support now and in the future.

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