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October 22, 2017

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October 19, 2016
I knew Harry as a boy, a very good man.
January 17, 2014
R.I.P. Harry. I remember as a kid growing up how excited I used to be when I was allowed to go to the baseball tournaments. Harry coach my father Jim as long as I can remember. I was blessed to have you as part of my life. You'll be missed so very much and you're the person we all inspired to be. You will never be forgotten Harry.
January 13, 2014
Harry was a special person in Bob Verbon's eyes. I am sending his sympathy to his family because Bob is 84 and is having a hard time coping with his loss of special friends..Harry was his favorite.

Fondly,

Bob Verbon and Lynn
Port St.Lucie,FL
January 11, 2014
Harry accomplished what everyone should strive for... positively impacting those who were fortunate enough to meet him. He was dedicated to baseball, but his underlying accomplishment was to bring together a group of inidividuals and mentor them to work together and perform as a team. Harry is probably the winningest coach that Northwest Ohio will ever see, not only in the amount of games his teams played in and won, but also the number of men who became better in all aspects of life because they played for him. Marlene, thanks for sharing Harry with us all these years... your support was an integral part of his being able to help so many people. On behalf of Ann, Allison, and Lindsay... we will miss Harry but never forget him. God Bless, Bob Oehlers.
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