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September 18, 2018

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February 28, 2018
Mrs. Blume was my English 101 & 102 teacher at Crafton in the early 70s. I will never forget that small in stature but big in persona teacher. she didn't let anyone slack on meeting her requirements.
But I learned so much from her.
What a beautiful person! I hope she isn't somewhere grading my grammar that I used in this message
February 14, 2018
Harriet's property in Redlands bordered on mine. We met frequently in the neighborhood as Harriet--an avid walker--passed by my home on Nordina Street. We formed a special bond when we realized that it was my dog Rita that used Harriet's doggy door to saunter into her kitchen one rainy afternoon.

Harriet explained her surprise when she was met by her unexpected guest that smelled like wet dog. She followed this up by telling me how she promptly encouraged Rita to leave by shooing her out the same door she came in!

Eventually, Rita made it back to me and became accustomed to her new Redlands home, rain or shine.

Harriet was a very accomplished, yet modest woman. I only met her in her later years and regret that I did not meet her earlier as I think that she would have been a great mentor and friend.

I'm sure she will be missed by many and I offer my condolences to her family.

We still call the house she raised her family in "Harriet's house"--hardly a fitting tribute to such an incredibly generous and talented woman, but it will have to do for now.