- 83 years old
- Date of birth: May 24, 1930
- Place of birth:
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
- Date of passing: Mar 10, 2014
- Place of passing:
Santa Clara, California, United States
|Always in our thoughts – Forever in our hearts.|
"Dearest Harry, It seems seems impossible that you have gone for two years and a day, as I feel your presence every day. There are so many reasons for that but I feel the main one is our ability to share the good and the bad and then move forward. You were your happiest when you were able to fix a problem for someone who then became your biggest fan and PR"
"Remembering a good man, Harry Martin. The ultimate fixit man and life partner to my mother."
"Thinking of you today Harry. Thank you for everything you shared with me, especially those furniture coasters"
"Harry Martin. He loved: family life; helping others who could not help themselves; and, most of all – he loved my mother. Thank you Harry for all of the gifts you shared with us."
"Dear Family & Friends,
Today is the one year anniversary of my beloved husband's death. Since then, not a day goes by that I do not think of him, talk to him and thank him for being in my life. Harry and I learned a great deal from each other and our love grew deeper as we grew older. I wish to thank family and friends who played an important part in his life. It warms my heart that he played an important part in theirs. I know that I am a better person because I was blessed to be Harry's wife for almost 43 years. Thank you Harry, for being the best partner I could have ever wished for. Love always, Terry"
"Perhaps the most striking take away from yesterday's Celebration of Harry's Life was the combination of the love and learning. Harry was all about teaching and helping others? As it turns out, we knew very little about Harry as individuals, but by the end of our time together we knew a lot more about his love and teachings. So, I guess we were his final "class" on this earthly plane. I'm certain he's smiling ear-to-ear as he moves onto his next class."
"R.I.P Harry, been great knowing you all these years"
"Dearest Harry, You used to ask me "Why are you staring at me?" and I would answer. "Because I love to watch you." You would then give me a loving smile and go back to what you were doing. I want you to know that I still do that. I have the picture of us taken in one of those photo booths, right by my chair and I still love watching you. How very lucky we were to have found each other. We learned a lot together and I will always be grateful that you were in my life. I know you are in a very good place now, reserved for the very best of people. I hope when my time is up that I will be worthy of meeting you there. I will love you always, your wife, Terry"
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