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January 10, 2018
i loved you then and love you still. you made us all laugh at ourselves and i so hope to meet you again Jeffrey.
October 28, 2016
Well, I just renewed your obituary, this time for perpetuity. The more I learn of you, the more "winding" your "road" becomes. Sure, it is marked by potholes, unfinished sections of fence, and occasionally places where automobiles have completely careened off the road and over the side. One wouldn't really know though unless looking closely at those sections of guardrail patchwork repaired with titles like "foreman," "graduate," or as mentioned at your "celebration of life" (attended to by a roomful of your town's finest drunken strangers), the phrase "tough as nails."
January 18, 2016
Wish you were still here to meet me and i can call you "Dad". We Love You !
January 12, 2016
I pounded nails with Jeff back in Escondido in the 1970's. When Erik Freed had a contracting business. I remember well Shanti and
Darshana. I was remembering people I have lost track of and stumbled onto this memorial page. Had a lotta laughs and goodtimes back in the day. I hope all is well. Take care.
I ended going to medical school after Harold was injured in the house fire. [email protected]
November 14, 2014
I never heard you complain once Dad. Nor did you make any excuses for who you were. Rest in peace.
September 18, 2013
We miss you dad.
September 19, 2012
I look at your picture every day old man. I'm gonna be getting married soon, wish you were still here to meet her. Although your first marriage didn't work out, your 7 year long committed relationship to Carlynn showed me that you don't have to let your past determine the present. I needed to see that. Rest in peace old man...
March 03, 2012
Thanks for keeping this alive Shanti. There's much to tell about your dad and I coming of age back in the 60's, dropping out of Williams, going off to Berkeley, Woodstock, telling Jeff to look up / hook up with Kathy, Rincon/ Escondido, becoming carpenters/ contractors, getting stuck in quick sand...head concussions from a motorcycle crash, and much more that I'd be happy to tell you but not in a public forum. My overarching feeling in reading these comments about your dad is that it is a great obit-- kudos to whomever had the love to write it, and kudos to all who shared a facet of your father in these comments. Your dad did not expect to live past 30. He doubled down on his bet. Intercuts came through in 60, though there is much missing in the copy that I have...lots of scenes to his movie, good scenes sprinkled on the cutting room floor, lost, but not forgotten. Untold only if you aren't curious. ciao.
April 20, 2011
Remembering Jeff Harris from my freshman year at Williams College as the classmate who entered The US Military Academy at West Point and then transferred mid-year to Williams. Many of us could not believe that Jeff could do that, but he did. I am glad to read that Jeff lived out his life as he chose and settled in one of my favorite places in the world, San Luis Obispo, where my elder son attended college at Cal Poly. Rest in peace.
March 08, 2011
Hey old man! It's been close to 6 months and it hasn't got any easier for many of us. Your carpenter buddies miss you and I (a non-carpenter) actually built 3 16'x6'x24" raised vegetable garden boxes using your hammer. It ain't much but I know you're looking down proud you old hippie...we sure miss you dad.

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