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February 24, 2014
When reading the Desert Sun last weekend I came across a name that sounded familiar. Then I remembered that Harold Haver and I started at the University of Iowa in 1952, lived in the same fraternity house for four years, sharing a basement room called the"rat hole" our senior year. After graduating in 1956 we went our separate ways with no contact over the years. I wish I had known that Harold was living in Indian Wells, close to our winter home in La Quinta. Audrey and I extend our sympathy to Elaine and family and friends but I appreciate remembering the good times with Harold some sixty years ago in Iowa City.
February 23, 2014
Hal was a wonderful friend. I enjoyed working with him when we were with the RTC in St. Louis, MO and Kansas City. He will be missed by a lot of people.
February 21, 2014
We were so sorry to hear about Hal. He was a great guy and I enjoyed many wonderful rounds of golf with Hal when my wife and I first moved to the desert. We had many great meals out and we always enjoyed sharing conversations with Hal about business, banking and the politics of the world. He was a good thinker and a good guy. He will be missed. Our deepest sympathy to Elaine and to all of Hal's family.

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