Condolence & Memory Journal

So sad to learn of Harry's passing. My memories are of my big cousin playing tricks on me and Claudine. And taking us to scary movies. All the best to his family.

Posted by Penny Tannenbaum - Miami, FL - Family   October 21, 2018

To Harry's family,
You are in my thoughts and prayers. Harry worked with my sister Gretchen. When I would call every once in awhile Harry would answer the phone. He always asked how my boys were doing. During soccer season he always asked how Nick's high school team was doing & how Nick was playing. We would be talking for 10-15 minutes then he would say I guess you want to talk to your sister.. We had some fun conversations. I was sad when he retired because I wouldn't get to speak to him but I was happy he could enjoy his retirement. I was happy to hear he was able to complete some of his trip that he spoke of. Please remember the stories of his life. Favorite foods & places.

Posted by Heidi Daschko - Andover, NJ - Acquaintance   October 19, 2018

To Harry's family,
He was the nicest and kindest man I knew and his smile and sunny outlook on life will be greatly missed. I will always remember his clip board and how he loved everything French. My deepest sympathies.

Posted by Bonnie Shahan - warrington, PA - Coworker   October 18, 2018

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Dear Sue and the entire Richman family: I will be praying for you as you travel through this journey of grief. I always enjoyed talking to Harry during breaks in the lunchroom at Lankenau Hospital. Conversations with Harry were always fun and filled with laughter. He told me once that when he retired he was going to have his luggage already packed and in the car so that when he got done his last day of work he would immediately hit the road.

I pray that in time happy memories will become a source of joy.

Posted by Karen Craemer - Broomall, PA - Coworker   October 17, 2018

To the entire Richman family: My deepest condolences to you. May memories bring smiles and loving thoughts as you deal with your loss.

Posted by Ellen Katinas - Indianapolis, IN - Friend   October 17, 2018

Today I learned of my worst loss I ever could have. I loss of my best friend since 1971, Harry the big H' , Richman. I will never get to talk with him again. He was closer to me than a brother. My heart is broken and feels like it never will. I know that a great man is no longer with us but that is in heaven greeting all his dear departed family with his great smile and charm. Harry you take with you a little of me. I will never forget our times together. I love you friend. Rest In Peace and keep me in your prayers as I will you. Good bye my best and dearest friend.

Posted by John Ilisco - Warminster, PA - Brother   October 16, 2018

Please accept my heartfelt condolences on your loss. Although I never worked with Harry, I would often see him in passing at the end of my shift. He always had a smile for me, and a kind word. Truly a sweet man. I will keep you in my prayers. Harry's beautiful spirit will live on in all your happy memories and in the good you do for others.

Posted by Nancy Liebsch - Secane, PA - Coworker   October 14, 2018

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Dear Sue and the Richmond Family,
My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy to you and the Richmond Family. I remember Harry exactly as this picture portrays him...he always had a smile on his face and made me smile whenever I talked to him.
My God help to carry all of you this most difficult time. You are in my every thought and prayer. When all the hurt and pain are gone, may all the happy memories of Harry live on and on...and remain embedded deeply in your hearts forever.

Posted by Diane Del Grippo - Ridley Park, PA - Coworker   October 13, 2018

The Richman Family, We are so very sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Trish and Bob Wingert - East Coventry, PA - Friend   October 13, 2018

Sue. So sorry for your loss. Know that you and your family are in my prayers

Posted by Lisa Kent-dick - West paducah, KY - Family   October 12, 2018