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November 16, 2018

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November 21, 2017
Harry was the third and last of my Scoutmasters 45 years ago. He had a genuine interest in us boys and young men. He was, indeed, trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, brave, clean, and reverent. He taught us these values by word and deed.

After I went away to college, then to seminary, and then into the pastorate, I'd occasionally see him and Bev in Cincinnati. The last time was when he kindly came to the visitation and funeral for my dad in December of 2006. My two sons, both Eagle Scouts, got introduced to "my Scoutmaster". I am so glad they did.
November 12, 2017
Harry's "Packaging & Equipment Section" of P&G Traffic handled the supply chain logistics for the annual P&G Holiday Gift Box. I had the pleasure of working on that a couple of years. Every year that we got a "basket," Harry personally had to visit the supplier in Basketville, VT to make sure that things would go well. Not many knew that the REAL reason Harry had to do that himself was because there was a very beautiful and prolific trout stream that ran through the supplier's property. Now you know the rest of the story . . . RIP, Harry, we got it from here! Our sincere condolences to the family. Harry was a true friend and mentor.