Harry was a dear friend and confidant in our early years. We worked together, learning the golf business and enjoying our time together at Summit Golf Club, in Richmond Hill, Ontario. I left the golf business, while Harry the Hat, as he was affectionately known, moved to BC to continue his trade. We tried to keep in touch with he and Sheila but time got in the way and we lost touch.I was extremely moved by hearing of Harrys passing and my thoughts and wishes go out to Sheila and the family.I always thought of Harry as a sensitive and caring person and his obituary tells it like he was.May you rest in piece, Buddy.Brian.
Harry had a wit as sharp as a whip and used it. I met him through his pal Don and he was the only guy around the table that would help me with my hockey pool draft picks as we sat in Jimmy Macs. He had a smile that went from ear to ear and an infectious laugh. Im sorry to see this news and my thoughts are with his family
I met Harry when I was an assistant at Shaughnessy and he was at Capilano in 1980 and although we didn't connect often, I always enjoyed his company and the time I spent with him over the years! My sincerest condolences! He was a good man!