In Memory

Harry Rassman

Harry Rassman

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01/30/09 02:31 PM #1    

Bob Dwyer

Damn, Harry. I'll miss you. Often think about you. For somebody so talented and popular you had no arrogance and you were always true to your buddies. Peace my friend.

04/01/09 10:07 PM #2    

Kevin Zraly

Thanks Bob Dwyer I could not have said it better. He was one of my closest friends in High School and in later years. All of you who went to Saranac Lake in the summer of '68 cannot forget the great bonding we all had.(And the keg of beer that we somehow got to Harry's fathers cabin and drank warm for a week!) Wishing you all Peace Kevin

08/04/09 04:15 PM #3    

Tony Weil

Received this e-mail 7-25-09

Pleasantville High School
Class Of 1969

I was Briarcliff Class of 1969 and was thinking of some old high school days, and guys we played, and just checked Harry out n the internet. Pleasantville beat the hell out of us in football, but we played some great baseball games. I was a decent hitter, but I vividly remember Harry striking me out 4 times in one game--at my home field! He was a great pitcher and competitor, and it saddens me to hear that he is gone. My best to all you Pleasantville guys...
Doug Gardner

08/10/09 01:59 PM #4    

Howard Gluck

I have a hard time believing this, I played with him from the time I was two. WE swam, we swore , we got in trouble. I can remember burning down the woods near his house, swimming in the lake and many nights spent at his house or at the lake.

He will surely be missed.

Howard Gluck

01/02/10 02:26 AM #5    

Christine Masterson

What happened to Harry? He and I were in Spanish together.
I remember being amazed that the star football guy was a human and nervous about his Spanish grade.
Christine Masterson

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