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September 23, 2012
TO THE LINDSEY FAMILY REMEMBER THIS MEMORY DON'T LEAVE SO REMEMBER THE GOOD TIMES YOU SHARE WITH MR.LINDSEY AND BE STRONG
September 23, 2012
Nancy and family, we send you our thoughts and prayers at this sad time. Harold was truly a gifted, talented, wonderful person. My family and I have many memories of visiting with you and Harold when he worked with my ex-husband, Jim Mathena. Jim and Gene Wittman truly enjoyed his friendship. I am sorry for your loss.
September 23, 2012
Harold truly touched our lives and was My pleasure to be able to assist with his care the last few years, Our thoughts are with you!
September 23, 2012
My Condolence to Harold (Genise) &Shanielle and the family.praying for you

Bettye Randle
September 23, 2012
I'm so sorry for the Lindsey's loss of Harold.I met and worked with Harold at Textileather.He took me under his wing and got me playing sax again.I feel Harold was the Greatest Tenor Sax Player Toledo was so lucky to have! He was the nicest and smoothest person and his playing always reflected it.I'll always idolize Harold as the man and the sax player.I'm sure Jimmy Cook and Harold are Jamming again,plus others.We lost and Heaven Gained! Sincerely,Ray Wilson
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