HAROLD LEFT us Apr. 11, 1992, at Estero, Fla., his retirement home.
Harold was a veteran of service in the Navy during WWI. When he was out of uniform he became president of Lyon and Coulson, Inc., manufacturers of fishing and hunting equipmentnot surprising as his hobby was flyfishing. He was also a good gardener. Harold and his wife, the former Lilian Partridge, who survives him, enjoyed a summer place at Margaree Valley, Nova Scotia. They moved to Florida at his retirement in 1962. They had no children. He is also survived by a sister, Florence Fangree. With son ow we record the loss of another classmate, realizing that Father Time is conspiring against all members of a Class 69 years out of college,
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