Brian and I are sadden to learn about Harry’s passing. Harry touched so many lives, someone so special will never be forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Brian and Janice McGovern
The Rath family is keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. His legacy will live on and he will never be forgotten. Mary Lou was happy to deliver fresh sticky buns and speak to him just last week. They were close for so many years xoxo RIP Dr Metcalf
To Dr. Metcalf's family,
I had the privilege of working with Dr. Metcalf/Highgate Medical Group at Lockport Memorial Hospital many years ago. Dr. Metcalf was a dedicated physician who always had time for his patients and the staff. His skill as a physician and his kind demeanor was appreciated by all. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss.
Marc and Family
Brian and I are so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. You are in our prayers!
To All the Metcalfs,
I was so very sorry to read of your father’s death. When he would come back from Florida, we would always get together for lunch at the Creekview. I will miss that!
I began as a math tutor and ended up cherishing my friendship with both your parents.
I loved Kaaren’s artwork and always looked forward to the cards and notes she would send to me.
Your parents would pick apples from their yard and bring them to me for Saint Brigid’s Food Pantry.
They were good and caring people and you were all fortunate to be chosen and loved by them.
May God bless your families in a very special way and keep you safe at this most difficult time.
Mary Ann Gerstle
To the Metcalf family. You have my sincerest condolences of The passing of Dr. Metcalf.
My family has known him since he started in Practice with Drs. Joyce, and Haines, on Bailey Ave, almost across from Police Station #16. Until his retirement from Practice when the office wa on Young’s Road.
He was a very nice, and gentle man, who tended to our medical needs, and never talked down to us. Every so often my husband and I would see, him at the Gourmet dinners in Canada, sponsored by The Niagara Parks, at the Queenston Heights Restaurant. We will always remember him as always a gracious and thorough physician.
Dear Marc and family,
We were so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Dave and Mary Lou Rogers
Harry was a respected physician, a leader in the medical community and a founder of a respected medical group. Yet he was more than that. He was a gentleman, he was understated, he had a smile on his face. Harry was a good guy! It was always a pleasure to see him at the Country Club of Buffalo where he always offered a warm greeting. My condolences are with the family.