Harry Glickman was a titan.
Wonderful column about a true titan. I always paused in reverence when I saw Harry in his court side seat, especially in his late years coming in his wheel chair. Oh if only Portland had another Glickman.
I was able to be present at the Moda for Harry’s Celebration of Life it was so wonderful to see family, friends there were Media types from every group, Hockey royalty to show that it was not just NBA. I was amazed at all the stores and joy that Harry will last for ages. There will never be another Harry Glickman 🏆
A heart-felt story about a good man who LOVED Portland and it’s sports scene. I miss his voice, his influence in our city and his smile. Thanks for honoring him.
Touching tribute to a great sportsman
Very nice story on Harry Glickman. God Bless his memory and I am grateful he brought the Blazers to Portland.
I could have envisioned Harry going on the old TV show, "What's My Line?" He would have done a masterful job BSing the panel so they couldn't determine his real job. God Bless You, Mr. Glickman!! You will definitely be missed!
Nice column, John. My dad was Harry’s best friend and ticket manager for both hockey and Blazers. Harry was larger than life, one who would never open up about WWII adventures, and was someone who I looked up to, and who brought my family up into prosperity. Harry was the best.
Great article as usual John. Too bad he wasn’t a singer with that booming voice. Barry White anybody?
Wonderful article. Harry was the icon of Oregon sports. Too bad his son is so describe
Excellent! Man & Entrepeneuer!
Harry and the Bucks gave me my first love...this story shows how much he was respected by others....along with the countless others.
Nicely done John. One of your most memorable. Maybe even a wall hanger.
Really good column. Bathroom break story is epic!. Never knew that.
I have always admired Harfry Glickman. He was a reeal force of nature.
Thank you, great article about a great guy.
Great story. I grew up with Andrew Pollin. Here's some nice background on Harold Pollin, Abe's brother. https://www.jewishportland.org/marcs-remarks/the-hospitable-mensch-zl-august-27-2021