So sorry to hear of your Father’s passing away. Over the years, I have thought about you and your family. It is never easy to lose a loved one, especially a father. You have my sympathy.
Joyce (Neideigh) Drager
Condolence: What a wonderful friend and colleague! I worked with Esh at AMP, Park Street for many years. He was one of the most pleasant people to work with that I have ever met. It was impossible not to like Esh. He will be missed by many and by myself in particular. I hope to see Esh again after the resurrection and we can talk about capacitors and power supplies and pulse packages and just everything. May you rest in peace my friend.
Condolence: Oh Esh, when I think of you I think of hearty laughs and good times. I think of a father who loved his sons with deep passion. I think of a man with the patience to build those amazing ships.
And, oh, Esh, you had some stories to tell! You remembered every detail, what everyone was wearing and eating, and who said what to whom.
I had some wonderful times in that house on Holly Street with Ollie and Esh. They are cherished memories.
I know Esh will be missed, but he won't be forgotten.
Condolence: My very first job after I was discharged from the Air Force was at AMP and Harvey was my supervisor. He was a good man and a wonderful supervisor who knew how to train people to do the job at hand while also getting his own work done well. I worked for Harvey for only less than a year before I found my dream job but Harvey set me on a pace for excellence in my work which I carried for the remainder of my career. Harvey is a man who will be missed and remembered by all who knew him. Keep his spirit alive by speaking of him frequently!