Date of birth: 1946/12/28
Date of death: 2012/07/12
Richard Edward Harle Jr, 65, of Athens, GA passed away Thursday, July 12, 2012. A native of Trenton, New Jersey, Mr. Harle was the son of Richard Edward Harle Sr and Connie Carson Harle of Las Vegas, NV. He served in the United States Army during Vietnam and was an auto repairman. Survivors in addition to his parents, include daughter, Amy Arnett and husband, Michael of Roswell, GA; sister, Karen Patzer of State College, PA, and grandchildren, Gavin and Sadie Arnett. July 26, 2012 I feel deep sadness at the passing of Rick..my deepest sympathy to Amy and family. Sleep well my friend, in peace. Margie ~ Margie Trigg, Oak Ridge, Tennessee July 23, 2012 Rest in peace, Rick. I am sad. Rest easy. ~ Melanie Gary L Causby Home (706) 549-4957 238 Chalfont Ln Athens, GA 30606-2004 Richard E Harle Home (702) 616-3267 8351 Huxley St Las Vegas, NV 89123-2380 Age: 87 Associated: Constance E Harle The Journal and Constitution, Atlanta, GA, 7/19/81 Athens, Ga., auto repairmen Rick Harle and Steve Tingle were sick and tired of car break- ins at their shop, so they armed themselves with a 12-ga. shotgun and a .45 automatic and waited after dark. Their stakeout quickly paid off as they apprehended a pair of youthful thieves. Amy Katherine Arnett Amy Katherine Harle Roswell, GA Snellville, GA Athens, GA Portland, OR Edgewater, MD Atlanta, GA Amy Katherine Arnett was born in 1970. Amy currently lives in Roswell, Georgia. Before that, Amy lived in Athens, GA from 1988 to 2003. Before that, Amy lived in Snellville, GA in 2003. Amy Katherine Arnett is related to Michael Arnett, who is 40 years old and lives in Roswell, GA. Amy Katherine Arnett is also related to Melanie Causby, who is 63 years old and lives in Athens, GA. Amy Katherine Arnett is also related to Richard Harle, who is 65 years old and lives in Athens, GA. Amy Katherine Arnett is also related to Richard Hale, who is 46 years old and lives in Gainesville, GA. 1999 Hi Duane, Man, that is the most amazing web site! I have spent several hours there and don't think I have scratched the surface. You must have hundreds of hours invested in it. Well, yup I am in Athens. I think you left school before me. I was married in Sept '68, drafted in June, '69. Sent to Asmara, Ethiopia, brought wife over. Daughter, Amy born there, she was just married the end of Aug to a good guy. She is in grad school at Portland State Univ in OR. I finished and went to grad school here in Outdoor Rec....never quite finished. Did my internship in Winder, Ga at Ft Yargo St Park. Lived for a short time with folks in Connecticut(bad idea) and job hunted. No good. No jobs. Came back to Athens to work for a friend in his father's iron work business. I was out of money, needed to do something. In 1976 I started my own business, a car repair business. Car Craft. I took in a partner and that turned out to turn my life upside down as of about 2 years ago. Due to religion, greed, power and control issues he pushed for a split. I was afraid to go in debt at my age...almost 53 now, I sold to him and have been working there since. Bummer. Hindsight is 20/20 I know, but I never realized how much a part of me the business was. Nothing has really turned up, I have tried to be patient and hoped for some new opportunity to present itself...not yet. I was married to my first wife for about 17 yrs, one child only. I was single about 7 yrs, been remarried for about 5 yrs. My second(and final) wife is a Jewish woman originally from NY City. She is on her second life, she just completed her master's degree in Psycho Education and is teaching at a school here for emotionally disturbed kids. She had worked at UGa as a computer graphics artist. Her folks own a Bagel Bakery in Scottsdale, AZ. Unfortunately for me, I began having panic attacks. Actually started while I was in the Army. I went to a succession of docs, shrinks and nobody could figure out what was up. I was beginning to believe I really was crazy. I went until about 1987 until I got a proper diagnosis. Agoraphobia. Actually PTSD, not from the military but from my childhood. We both came from very dysfunctional families. I have done a lot of therapy, workshops, men's groups etc in my quest for my sanity. I am a fan of John Bradshaw, Robert Bly, Joseph Campbell, Alice Miller and more. My wife and I actually have a good relationship. I need to work another 8-10 years, if my investments do well maybe less. I made some risky Internet plays that did well but the markets are pretty volatile now.
Duane Bristow (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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