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Harry Garrison Is Doing Well
By Danny Aden

In recent MMDs I have been reading the "Memories of Harry Garrison".
The heading almost made me fall my chair -- I thought we had lost
Harry!  I called his shop, Harry's voice was on the answer machine.
I called his home, his friend answered the phone, and he let me know
Harry was alive and too feisty to go anywhere.  Whew!  A relief!

A couple hours later Harry called from the Mayo Clinic.  He was fine,
alive and kicking with one foot, as he put it, but kicking all the
same.  So if any others were concerned, good old Harry had a foot
removed due to diabetes complications and he is doing fine.  I have
urged him to get on the Internet and meet all of you but he's just
happy doing what Harry does best: being a friend to all he meets.

Danny Aden


(Message sent Mon 13 Jan 2003, 04:25:04 GMT, from time zone GMT+0100.)

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