Memorial Book for Harold David Drooker

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  1. In all the sadness I feel for Harold’s death I have had feelings of joy at memories of knowing him and his family all my life. I remember so many times of being with each and every one of them over the years that I almost feel like part of their big family. On the ball field with Ernie, in their house with Joel and cousin Jesse Young and Vera, on the dock at 3A with Joel, Hal, Nina, Rain, Star, Eric, and Maya, in the social hall with all of them watching a Labor Day Show that Hal wrote and directed or viewing Nina’s wonderful paintings; my life has been enriched by all those shared experiences. It boggles my mind that I have know the oldest members of this family going on 70 years now, and although I didn’t know Harold when I was a kid I do remember knowing him from when I was a teenager onward as he became part of my life in our shared summer paradise. It pains me that that paradise is now lost even more with Hal’s passing, although I know that my sorrow can never match that of his family. I commiserate with them in their sorrow and hope that they can find solace and peace in the wonderful memories of their lives together.

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