Handsome Harry was more than my dear friend's father--he was my dear friend as well. Whether I was a guest at his cottage home, or whether he and his beloved Dorothy were visiting me in California, there was always laughter around the table, and pride-filled stories of his service to our country. Harry, Diane, and I went on many Honeoye Lake boat rides, with Harry gleefully piloting the boat. Years later, we spend many sunny afternoons,feeding the seagulls on Canandaigua Lake. Harry loved the water and we loved spending time with him on or near it, Xreminiscing about families and youthful adventures. Harry's family remains a testimony to the life and lives he and Dorothy created. Harry was an honorable man. It is my honor to have known him.
Jim & Karen,
I'm very sorry for the loss of your Father Harold. He will always be remembered and celebrated as a Hero and a Dedicated WWII Patriot!
To the DeMay family we send our deepest sympathy.
Its never easy to accept the loss of such a special person but I hope the wonderful memories he has left behind and the joy of a life well lived with honor, example, friendship, and love will bring you comfort in the days ahead.
We will be keeping you all close in heart, thoughts and prayers through this difficult time.
Please let us know if we can be of any help.
With Love & Sympathy,
The Dillon Family
Mary Ann Rokos Pavone
Fond mememories of a tall man with the widest grin and always a twinkle in his eye. What fun we had at the "couples" picnics.Harold always took time to talk with the kids or in later years spin us around on the dance floor. The Rokos family extends its condolences.
Susan & Dan DeMay
Diane, Dick & Jim, We are sorry for the loss of your father (Uncle Harry). We will always remember the times we met up with him & Dottie in Las Vegas & Florida. And the good times we had at family gatherings
We would like to send our condolences to the DeMay family. Harry and Dorothy were wonderful neighbors at Honeoye.