- 58 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 21, 1957
- Date of passing: Sep 27, 2015
|Let the memory of Harold be with us forever|
"My lasting memory of Hal is him on a roof at a Housing Solutions community service day, telling jokes and leading the club in doing good work"
"Happy heavenly Birthday Hal!!!! I, we miss you! 6 days short of 10 months since you've been gone and it's still hard to comprehend the story of your last year here with us.
Life is now so wierd.
We remain so grateful for the time we shared and although often challenging without you, faithful in Gods plan.
Thank you for loving me."
"My amazing devoted husband. Life's biggest surprise. God's special gift of love. The father of our two incredible daughters that resemble his presence in various remarkable ways.
How do I go on?
Hals rare gift to me of love, honesty and dedication has always been there to and will continue to inspire me to be the best I can be.
To honor his life would be to continue to raise our daughters to the best of my ability, to be spiritual, God honoring, humble, honest, charitable, strong in mind and soul, independent, loving, kind, generous, proud and rightwinged , joyful servants of our heavenly father, remembering the path in which he desires us to walk.
I will aim to be as good at the core as I so admired and respected Hal for being. It's a huge aspiration but will provide a role model for our children worth following.
I was not alone in loving and respecting Hal for his humane character, wit, incredible sense of humor and kind, generous heart.
I'm not sure how God chose me to be worthy of such a man but I will always remain blessed and honored by his presence in my life.
I was the lucky one to hold his heart and his hand.
Oh how I miss holding his hand and laughing together. He was so funny!
To all of you who knew him longer and shared more time then the 16 years I was given, I envy you. Honor his memory.
I leave you with these 2 verses...
John 15:9 As the father has loved me, so have I loved you. Abide in my love.
This verse, John 15 1-17 ends with 17 These things I command you, so that you will love one another.
I encourage the reading of these, as I believe thsee perticular messages would be Hals wish for all of us left behind.
Hal loved his family most of all and treasured his friendships. He felt these ties were the legacy left behind. The joint unity and love for one another and the humanity of this group, is what he hoped would sustain the time he no longer would share..
I feel is absence everywhere."
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