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October 21, 2018

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June 5, 2018
June 4, 2018
Remembering how much my Liza adored her uncle Ans. She loved working on a car, while outfitted to pass as a mechanic, complete with
smeared face of grease. She wanted to look like you and do whatever
you did. Thank you for treating Bobbie with kindness and respect.You
were the son Dad never had and always wanted. As a fellow Sanford
student, you always had me laughing.You became part of our family
when at fifteen, you began dating Bobbie, who had just begun attending
Sanford.
Your love affair with life was evident each and every day of your life.
You not only pursued joy each day, you inhaled it. And so I save up
all my best jokes until we meet again.

Love Suzy
May 8, 2018
Bobbie, we wish our words could somehow ease your sadness with your lose of Andre. but, we know there is no way they will. As we look around our home we will think of you two as our eyes meet his works. Love, Cynthia and Spaulding G.
March 20, 2018
Bobbie, I have the fondest memories of you and Andre, growing up with Tallix Foundry as the family business. You can imagine I met many artists through the years, that would stay at our house or have dinner with us, and I have a special place in my heart for you two. I was just a kid, and adults can have a big impression on little ones - you two did that. I loved the amazing reality of Andre's work, and his sincerity, and loved watching the new pieces come through the foundry, through the years. You, in my mind, are the kindest, most gentle, and loving soul, with the sweetest voice and character. I can't imagine how hard it must be with the sudden loss of your best friend and partner in life - and I know you are healing now. I'm sending lots of love, smiles, happy thoughts, and strength. Big hugs to you, and lots of love!
March 12, 2018
To Bobbi Harvey,
I don't know if you remember us but my husband Manny Grove and I spent time with you and Andre on the Statendam, crossing the Atlantic in the summer of 1965 from NYC to France. We were four of the younger passengers on that crossing and found ourselves together --- frequently in the bar --- and struck up many conversations, and even took a photo together, which if I can find would be happy to send you if you would like. We were so young it seems incredible to me, but I have a very clear memory of both of you. So when I read of Andre's passing -- I remember we called him AHNS --- I found it both sad that he'd died and so impressive that he'd had such a remarkable life as an artist......and that the sculptures I saw on the Internet and in the NYT were so wonderful. My daughter sent the NY Times notice to my now ex-husband Manny who lives in KY. We got separated in the late 70's and later divorced.. I still live in NYC, in Brooklyn Heights. We lived in the Village when we met you both. In 1967-8 we moved to Brooklyn Hgts, where I still live, and had two children, Elizabeth and Morgan, now 52 and 47. Morgan, my son, has a daughter Calista, now 13. Even though so many years have gone by I thought I should write to you -- as you can tell I put it off not knowing what to say ---- and express my sympathy and admiration for you both. Andre had a remarkable creative life, appreciated in his own lifetime, and as I understood it, you were quite a team, too, with you managing his career, and quite a career it was. It is so sad that he is no longer with us and that he will be greatly missed...and so sad for you Bobbi, his dearest companion and partner.
Ellen Grove
2 Grace Ct. APT 5G
Brooklyn, NY 11201-4160
[email protected]