Bucktrout of Williamsburg
posted on 3/26/20
Sorry to hear of Harry’s passing. I worked for him at Potsdam Paper Co as I was General Manager of this mill site. I thought of him often since then and said many of the important issues I learned from him which guided me in my employment endeavors after my time with him. I hope all he touched will be enriched as I wad
posted on 9/4/19
Harry was an unsung hero on Army’s football team. Because of him, Army did so well. He was a solid guy and true upbeat American.
posted on 8/26/19
Condolences to Harry's family - from the Left Coast. We were both born about the same time in Ohio about 100 miles apart. We both played 3 years as West Point fullbacks. Harry was a great man in my eyes. Administrator of the VA and jobs with the US Govt, helping veterans, and what a great Christian. He was a key player on the undefeated Army team! God's blessings. Bin
posted on 8/25/19
The many life stories on the field of friendly strife at Army plus later his years in government and then again as they grew in number over the years.
posted on 8/23/19
I remember Harry from Mariemont High School. He was in the class behind us but always was more of a member of our class after we graduated. He was an outstanding person and contributed so much to our country.
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