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Thread: Passing of Hal Sharp

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    Sad news. He preserved so much for us, of things that in some cases are lost.

    Rest in Peace.

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    Thank you for posting the announcement, Jeff. Sad news, but his contributions were notable and hopefully will continue to aid in the perpetuation of traditional judo and its values.
    Cady Goldfield

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    He was a nice person; I met him a few times over the years and always enjoyed being around him. I had been fooling around with Judo from 1952 and told him I had his first book, The Sport of Judo, Kobayashi & Sharp, sometime in the 1950's, and he was thrilled I still had it. Yes, a good man.

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