In Memory Of

Harriet Clare Cobb

Broadway, Virginia

Guest Book

David Yost

June 07, 2013 | Athens, OH

Harriet was someone who challenged me in the most profound way - to be willing to accept her open and enthusiastic acceptance of me. She knew exactly what I needed and gave it to me - a wonderful woman.

Ed Levinson

March 31, 2013 | Erie, PA

My condolences to Harriet's family. I was fortunate to have known Harriet as she served on my dissertation committee at Virginia Tech. Like many other students, I was fortunate to have benefitted from her insightfulness, her sensitivity, and her support. I am truly saddened.

Karen Trump

March 30, 2013 | Richmond, VA

I met Harriet in 1980. She had the unique and wonderful gift of being a charismatic leader. As a friend, she was high energy, loyal and fun. As a colleague, she was comprehensive and smart. A great analytic thinker. I will miss her grace and the laughter. Peace and love.

David Kirk

March 30, 2013 | Martinsville, VA

I had the great fortune to work with Harriet through JMU and later she served on my dissertation committee at VA Tech circa 1990. To say that she made a positive impact on my life is an understatement - she will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends.

Tom Hohenshil

March 28, 2013

I had the pleasure of working with Harriet during the development of the Virginia Tech/JMU doctoral program many years ago. She has always been a dedicated professional and one who was wonderful with which to work. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

randy mays

March 26, 2013 | Charlottesville, VA

I met her in graduate school and she influenced my life in many ways. I am truly saddened by her death.

Amy Gabel

March 26, 2013 | Fairfax, VA

Harriet will be missed by many, both personally and professionally. She was an outstanding contributor to the field of psychology through her work and the way she lived her life.

Tracey Evans Bell

March 24, 2013 | Midlothian, VA

Harriet touched the lives of many. Her wit, intellect, insight and kindness made her one in a million. It is hard to imagine JMU without her radiant smile and guidance. May peace be with her and all who loved her now.

Tom Fagan

March 23, 2013 | Memphis, TN

Thank you for the many years of dedicated service you gave to JMU, the students, the field of school psychology,and your many friends.


Harriet's Obituary

Harriet Cobb passed away in Broadway, Virginia. Obit is featured in Legacy.