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Appreciation For Harry Rogers By Aline Cormier

Michele, thank you for letting me know I could post here. I see the photo of Harry and it does sadden me to lose such a good friend.
From the time Harry and I met on line, there were not too many days we did not say hello or how was your day online. I looked forward to his Hello Aline, hope you had a good day . Or his I must be getting old and a LOL because he would miss a day or two. They talk about online friends, well Harry was my best online friend. He was a caring person and he was so proud of his family. And he was so looking to his new grandchild. I told him, "Harry wait till you see him or her, you are going to be so excited, you are going to love the baby so much. To which he replied, " Yes I know I am ". I know Harry is looking down on all his love ones and he will always be with all of us in spirit. I grieve from afar, I wish I could be with Jean and the girls in person ,I do hope they know my heart is there with all of them at this sad time. I will end this by saying one last time. Harry I am going to miss you so very very much.

Added on: 28 October 2008


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