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December 20, 2011

Harry & Kelly | Teresa’s Shocking Revelation!

Filed under: Cargo's Last Stand,Personal • jf,Photos • jf,Spiritual • jf — Jeff Fenske @ 4:02 pm

Teresa, Harry’s wife, gave me this photo of him and Kelly at the memorial get-together at his favorite hang-out, the Brown Bear Saloon on Turnagain Arm (5/21/11).

She shocked at least the bartender when she told us Harry got to know Jesus before he died — which made me deeply cry. Harry and I had many interesting times together.

I miss him — and hope to see him again!

: )

Harry & Kelly

From: courieranywhere.com/obituaries…

Harry W. Schuermeyer Jr. (3-16-11)

Harry W. Schuermeyer Jr.

Harry W. Schuermeyer Jr., 58, of Savannah, died Wednesday, March 16, in Savannah.

He was born in Louisville, Ky., the son of Helen L. Wilber Schuermeyer and the late Harry W. Schuermeyer Sr. He was united in marriage to the former Teresa Brown, who survives.

Mr. Schuermeyer worked for 37 years for Northwest Airlines in the cargo department. He lived in Anchorage, Alaska for 54 years.

A celebration of life service will be held in May 2011 in Anchorage, Alaska.

In addition to his wife, Teresa of Savannah, he is survived by one step-daughter, Kastine Black of Anchorage, Alaska and one step-son, Arlen Collini of Anchorage, Alaska; two grandchildren; his mother, Helen L. Schuermeyer of Van Couver, Wash.; four sisters, Barbara Seoul of Anchorage, Alaska, Marica Comitton of Big Lake, Alaska, Sue Costonza of Martinez, Calif. and Pamilia Williams of Van Couver, Washington.

Memorial donations can be made to Unity Hospice in Savannah.

Related:

My Tribute to Harry

Goodbye to NWA Party (2008)

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2 Comments »

  1. Theresa told me about that. He was in a wheelchair and started off to the bedroom. He told her he was going to talk to him. She asked Harry, “Who?” He said: “God”. Up until that time Theresa would say something about God and Harry would say: “God who? Zilla???” She was quite happy that Harry finally found God! When she told me that, I had tears in my eyes as well.

    Comment by Don — December 20, 2011 @ 9:54 pm | Reply


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