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Harold Remine, the brother of Therese Remine, married Lillian Heddle on 7 July 1925 in Port Huron, Michigan.

 

Pretty snazzy outfit and a pretty girl.

What I remember of her was when she was white-haired and living with Harold in a beautiful brownstone in Montreal with fine china and in a lovely lakeside home outside the city. Harold had done quite well for himself (and for her). That was 1967, when I went with my parents to Expo 67, the World’s Fair. (That was a fabulous experience BTW).

In a University of Michigan alumni book (Michigan Alumnus 54 1947) I learned:

Harold H. Remine, ’21, has been promoted from Superintendent of Electrical Distribution to Assistant Chief Engineer of the Quebec Hydro Electrical Commission.

Thank you to Uncle Don for pointing me in the direction to find this.

Harold was a big curling fan. That trip is when I first learned of the existence of the sport.

What do you think of Lillian’s dress? Check out the bottom of the photo . . . .

 

 

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