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July 20, 2018

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January 10, 2017
Mr. Drake,
Sir, I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice for our Country when you served with the USN in the Pacific fighting the Japanese during WW II as a crew member of the heavy cruiser USS Salt Lake City(CA 25) which saw extensive action. And to your Family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

Fair Winds And Following Seas
January 7, 2017
Our thoughts and prayers for the Drake Family. Harold was a wonderful and giving man. He was always there for his family and friends and will be remembered fondly by the Carlson Family. Gloria and I send our condolences.

Len Carlson
December 29, 2016
So many memories have been forged through time with my Gramps that I can not think of a facet of my life he has not impacted: From the idyllic childhood memories spent in Cundy's with family, fun, and the great blue sea, to my most recent memory just this October when my wife Amanda and I had One last lobster dinner in the old Camp Linekin, with the sounds of waves and fishing boats echoing in from the harbor.

A man of tremendous wit and intellect there was hardly a dull moment for he would never be at a loss for a limerick, joke, or conversation that ranged from New England sports to articles from National Geographic: My Gramps was a truly worldly man. Yet, even with his wide ranging interests, activities, and occupation, he still had the time to devote himself to the betterment of those he loved, often sending articles related to an individuals current passion or interest; that for me, as a boy of 8, was baseball card collecting, and later, as an adult, music and literature.

I see him clearly dancing with my Gram in the living room up in Maine, as the moonlight shown through the skylights above, with the old school Jazz of Duke or Miles Davis pouring in all around and i just know he's happy.

Love you Gramps.