Later, I bumped into Harry when I attended a church in Baltimore County where he and his wife, Carol, were longtime members. He was writing, making tapes and seeing clients, and was very active in his church. Harry would refer clients to me for pastoral counseling and I would refer clients to him. Sadly his wife, Carol, passed away while on a trip to the Bahamas she planned for the church; tragedy struck when the group went snorkeling. The rule was that if you are in trouble, raise your hand. Carol raised her hand because the tide was very strong and exhausting to her. They helped her onto a boat, but she had already "passed into the arms of God," as Harry said in a book he wrote: "St. Paul's Secret: How to Experience Joy and Victory No Matter What."