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Somewhat off topic: word out of New Orleans from our friend Harry Freeman
- Subject: Somewhat off topic: word out of New Orleans from our friend Harry Freeman
- From: "Butner, R Scott" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 07 Sep 2005 14:49:02 -0700
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- Thread-topic: Somewhat off topic: word out of New Orleans from our friend Harry Freeman
Title: When you are back online - checking on your status and wellbeing!
Those of you old enough to remember who Harry Freeman
is, need no further introduction. Those of you who are not so ancient, may
still know of Harry from his considerable legacy of P2 and Waste
Minimization* papers, books, and documents which helped to pave the way for
an awful lot of P2 thinking.
After a long career at EPA, Harry has been spending the
past several years at University of New Orleans, and living with his wife Bebe
in the French Quarter. So those of us who know him have obviously been
concerned about his well-being.
I am pleased to pass along the following message from
Harry indicating he is alive and well and riding out the storm in
Sorry to use P2TECH for this but I know there are a lot
of folks on the list (Harry's comments notwithstanding) who know and care about
Harry, so perhaps I can be forgiven this virtual faux pas?
c/o Pacific NW National
Voice: (509)-372-4946/Fax: (509) 375-2443
* "Waste Minimization?!?" man, there's a
term that makes ME feel old!
Nobody on the P2TECH list will have any idea who Harry Freeman is unless
there is a dinosaur subcategory.
Thanks for the note. Bebe and I evacuated on Saturday before th
estorm to another home we have in north Mississippi. So, we are
just fine, raw emotions aside. Guess we'll be here for at least a
couple of months. As far as we know, our place is OK.
thanks for your offer of help. I have be as impressed with the
response of individuals and organizations as I have been depressed with
the response from Wubya's crowd. I understand there are still locations in
Mississippi where FEMA is yet to show up.
The Red Cross has just been wonderful.
Stay tuned, this too shall pass. My regards to your colleagues,
especially those who remember me.