In Memory

Harry Todd

Harry Todd



 
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07/24/09 08:07 PM #1    

John E. Irby

Harry was a good friend of mine. What I remember most about him was his dynamic strength, packed inside a small, wiry, left-handed body. He was a genius with mechanical matters; car engines and gizmos of every sort were an open book to Harry. No matter how cold, how wet, he'd eagerly pop the hood of my junker car to see what the problem was while I stood helplessly by pretending to know what he was talking about. He lived out in Woodinville near Bill's Dairy on the hill there, and several winters we skied down a steep slope that fronted his place. I lost track of him after high school, but I'll bet he helped lots and lots of people with their car troubles over the years. His heart was way bigger than his body, that's for sure. Mr. Fix-it of the class of '59. That was my friend, Harry Todd. John E. Irby

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