Sharing my tribute to my father, Harry Limes, on Father’s Day, 2018

It was 30 years ago, on March 22, 2018, when my dear father departed this life a few months shy of his 84th birthday.  He died due to having prostate cancer.  I remember his saying that he had hoped he would make it to age 90.  Sadly, that did not happen for him.  
 
But, for the past 30 years, and as long as I live and have my mind and memories, I will remember him, and take comfort on days like Father’s Day, Christmas, Thanksgiving, and his birthday, to devote more time to reflecting on him and his words of wisdom given to me over the years; not the least of which was: “always live within your means.”  
 
My father lived during the Roaring 20s and the Great Depression.  The 1930s was a much different type of decade to live through with its austerity and hardships that meant an adjustment from the carefree and less stressful decade that had ended with a crash; quite literally, when the U. S. Stock Market crashed in October of 1929.  I know my father’s lifestyle altered drastically during the 1930s; but I also know he found ways to cope and make it a time to try new things and start a new line of work that would last the rest of his life. 
 
Sharing here my “Find A Grave” memorial that I created for my father.,Harry Limes.  He was named after his mother’s youngest brother, Harry Lombard.  The memorial includes a biography about my father’s life that I compiled from personal knowledge and extended research about him.  I can only hope that he would be pleased, and it would meet with his approval.  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Remembering my father, Harry Limes, on Father’s Day 2017

Remembering my father on this Father’s Day, 2017.  

Sharing my “Find A Grave” memorial created for Harry Limes, my father.

HARRY AND LINDA LIMES - COLORIZED - SUMMER OF 1948 AT LAKEVIEW PARK NEAR BEACH WITH FRAME & TEXT

HARRY LIMES LINDA LIMES AND FLOPPY MY TOY AT 208 ARIZONA AVENUE ABOUT 1950 WITH FRAME & TEXT

HARRY LIMES - BOAT OUTBOARD MOTOR - COLORIZED 12-14-2016 WITH FRAME & TEXTHARRY LIMES & BABY LINDA IN ROCKER COLORIZED WITH FRAME & TEXTHARRY LIMES COLORIZED 1944 WITH FRAME & TEXT

 

Remembering my mother, Virginia (Zagorsky) Limes

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A colorized version of a 1940s era photograph of my mother enjoying a fishing vacation with my father, Harry Limes, at Thunder Bay, Michigan.  

Both of my parents enjoyed fresh water fishing; mostly on Lake Erie, but also on vacations at other Great Lakes spots like Thunder Bay, Alpena, Michigan.  

My mother was always up for an adventure, and she became not only a wife, but my father’s best fishing buddy!