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Farewell, Harry Brelsford

Discussion in 'Passings' started by Lefty Writer, Jun 30, 2016.

  1. Lefty Writer

    Lefty Writer Nassau Grouper

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: League City, Texas, United States
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    Yesterday we said goodbye to a dear friend and long time member of Bay Area Divers. Harry Brelsford passed from this life on June 25th doing what he loved to do since high school….diving. He was 71.

    Although he was not a ScubaBoard member, I wanted to share this here for those who were friends with Harry. You may view his obituary in the Houston Chronicle here.

    It’s pointless to speculate on any causes right now, and we are sure the ongoing investigation will yield insight on what happened. The important thing to focus on at this time is honoring a friend who we’ll all miss terribly. Harry was active in our club and always lit up the room when he came in. He will leave an empty spot in our lives, but we were all richer for knowing him.

    Farewell, Harry, rest in peace and know it’s been an honor being your friend.
     
    Bob Evans likes this.
  2. divad

    divad Solo Diver

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    Cheers to that....
     
  3. Dizzi Lizzi

    Dizzi Lizzi Manta Ray

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    Location: California
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    condolences to the family and friends that love him
     
  4. Diver Dan 28

    Diver Dan 28 Divemaster

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    I was on the Boat with him, I was on the Sundeck when this all took place. The crew reacted very professional. Everyone on board was pretty upset. Glad he went doing what he loved. Any word on the cause?
     
  5. Marie Barrios

    Marie Barrios Dive Shop

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