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May 03, 2013
I am truly sorry to hear of your recent loss of your dad. I extend my sincere sympathy to all of you at what I know is a very sad and mournful time.
I know first hand how profound a loss it is when you realize that he will no longer be there for all the events in your life. I can tell you though that the very best way to mark his passing is by filling your mind with all of the wonderful memories you have of happier times.
Your dad lived a long and rewarding life and accomplished so much in his lifetime. He will long be remembered as the hardworking, intelligent and loving man - Dad that he was.
My thoughts and prayers will be with all of you. May you find comfort in the outpouring of sympathy from all of us who share your loss.
In Deepest Sympathy,
The Krause's
May 03, 2013
My deepest sympathies for the loss of such a shining light. His smile brightened our offices everytime he visited and his sense of humor made our day. May God grant his family the peace and grace of his love to deal with this loss.
May 03, 2013
My condolences to the family,
I met Harold in 1970, me as a young man railroader and Harold as the top notch Yardmaster at Taylor yard. It was rare in those days to find a true gentleman in our environment, but Harold was always a gentleman, a mentor to the youngsters coming up, and to me a friend. Always a smile and a good word, and the question all railroaders ask .. 'so, where ya workin'. He remains in my thoughts and prayers, I will never forget Harold.
May 03, 2013
His Obituary captured only what words could express. And it was truly accurate. But to know Harold was to complete the description. God Bless him. A peaceful rest awaits for a peaceful man.
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