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October 15, 2019

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June 26, 2019
It is with great sadness that I came upon Harry's obituary. Like Coach Nielsen, I was honored with many 1 on 1 basketball games with Harry. I also was one of Dave's teachers at RUHS. Harry and I would have some intense but fun games. We made each other laugh, but often it was he laughing at my inability to stop him. I was also honored with many talk sessions after our games where we would just randomly discuss a variety of topics. Harry was genuine to the bone. God bless my friend.
Steve Doc Brown
February 27, 2018
He definitely was the best part of RUHS . He and his wife would come to eat at joes and always sat in my section my heart hurts he was a big part of my life he will definately be missed
September 16, 2017
Harry was my basket ball coach. He let me play 10 min. one season LOL. He was also my driver's ed. teacher. It was fun, driving around to check on his rentals. He was SO FUNNY when he said "MMMMMMMMorris, back of the line". Miss you coach, you where the only thing I liked about high school. Love ya, God Bless. Jeff Morris class of 76
September 15, 2017
"Horse" was a very good man , who was an excellent coach and one of the best examples of a Father's I have known. The countless 2-2 and 1-1 games were among the best memories of being at Redondo. His singular game of shooting from distance and not letting the ball hit the ground is one of the best basketball conditioning drills I have ever seen.

I passed it on many times and called it the "Dinnel Drill"

Thank you for our time together Coaching Redondo Basketball. Hope you are hitting the Hard Eight.
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