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Monday, 21 September 2020
So sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Look after one another. Gapper & Poasa Familiues
Thursday, 17 September 2020
Very saddened to hear this news of Harley.

I met Harley when we were both about 17 or 18 through a mutual mate of ours Charles August.
We did a few things together in our late teens. We often did the "Colombo run" on Friday and Saturday nights in one of Charles's suped up cars.
We got takeaways and watched movies at Amy's place (Charles girlfriend at that time).
I watched Charles and Harley and the boys play rugby for Burnham a lot.
And we went to the movies a few times.

My parents are Charlie and Shelly McFarlane, who knew Harley's parents from Burnham years ago.

A number of years after our teenage escapades, I had the privilege of working with Harley at Te Puna Wai O Tuhinapo. We were on the same team for a couple of years in the Waimakariri unit. He was my muscle when we had to deal Young People who were acting up or getting dangerous. Im a short guy and the Young People used to target me a lot. I always felt safe working with Harley.
We had a lot of good fun times working together.
Unfortunately I fell out of contact with Harley when I left TPW.
I found Harley to be a guy who was worried about others, always wanting to joke around and have a laugh, or just chill and talk about or watch movies.

Harley was a positive, fun guy to be around and I will miss him emmensley.

All my Arohanui, thoughts and prayers go to his family and close friends at this time.

Kind regards
Joe Hikuroa.
Thursday, 17 September 2020
RIP Harley you were a great work mate on Store Development Phil and Glenn's Fitzpatrick
Thursday, 17 September 2020
Harley your family will miss you dearly, to your family, you have so many people thinking of you, I hope it helps you get through this terrible loss that you are suffering. I loved working with Harley at TPW, he was a gentle giant, and much respected by the young ones. RIP Harley
Thursday, 17 September 2020
Niva ,Pete and family, so sorry to hear of Harley's passing.Much love to all the family. Cindy & Malcolm Dean
Wednesday, 16 September 2020
Fly High Brother xx

Te Paa Family
Wednesday, 16 September 2020
RIL HARLEY YOU WILL BE MISSED BY MANY. FLY HIGH WITH THE ANGELS
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