A Tribute to Harry, A Man of IntegrityKaren Arlettaz Zemek pays tribute to her father Harry Arlettaz in her book “My Funny Dad, Harry.” This biographical memoir is filled with short funny stories and poignant memories about life with Harry, his family, and his cats. Harry was well-known as a man of integrity, discipline, with a generous spirit. He was a skilled craftsman, and dedicated these talents to serving others.Cat lovers will enjoy the stories of Harry’s cats: Blackie, Bootsie, and Diamond Jim, Razzle “Frazzle Dazzle, Fluff, Puff, Timi, Striper, Softie, and Sweet Thing. Harry built a unique “Kitty Motel,” complete with a swinging door for easy access. Neighborhood strays took advantage of Harry’s tender care and concern for his needy furry friends. Karen’s humorous descriptions of the antics of these feline creatures will bring a smile to your face, a chuckle to the surface and a tug at your heart.In Harry’s later years, he maintained a spirit of independence. Even though he recognized his limitations he never complained. Harry downplayed his own physical limitations as he did not want to burden others with his needs.Karen understands and communicates the reality of the physical impairments of growing old. Her own… Read full this story
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