Harry was one of the good ones for sure. Always a pleasure to read his commentary. Kind of miss that about the past times here.I remember reading his posts back in the day. Took me this long to register, but I felt it was time to add in to the voices and send him my regards. Never actually got to talk to him here as I was never registered, though it was a pleasure to read his comments and it seemed we had a lot of opinions in common. I hope his family finds peace and know he is in a better place now. Cheers Harry, see you soon.
WE (90% of those posting on political threads) are guilty of this to some extent.Harry commented a lot on politics, but never with the vitriol and personnel attacks that are now common practice. A lesson we can all learn from.
I haven't been on here for awhile, in fact, today is my first log in. I remember this guy. Sad news. First thing I saw.Here is the obit.
Full Notice for those nearby
Richard Carr of Newton, passed away unexpectedly November 7th, 2015 at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston at the age of 55. Born on December 12, 1959 in White Plains, NY; son of the late Robert and Jane (Rusk) Carr, Richie was raised and lived most of his life in Newton. A graduate of Newton North High School, Richie went on to Coyne School of Electricity. He was employed as a Master Electrician throughout his life owning & operating his own business “Richard A. Carr Electrical”. He was a member of the Electrical Forum and the International Dart Association. He had a love of dogs especially his own “Harry”. Richie is survived by his loving & devoted wife of 26 years Margaret M. “Peggy” Mancuso, his dear brother & sister Robert Carr and his wife Michaela Dewale of Augusta, GA and Susan Carr and her husband Leonard “Lenny” Shine of North Canton CT. In addition he is survived by several nieces & nephews. Relatives & Friends are respectfully invited to attend a Graveside Funeral Service in celebration of Richard’s Life at Calvary Cemetery, 250 High Street, WALTHAM on Friday November 20th at 1:00 p.m. The Brasco & Sons Memorial Chapels of WALTHAM assisted the family with arrangements.