A lawyer’s lawyer. A professional of the highest standard. A respected leader in the community. A wonderful husband, father and citizen. The “Commodore” of the Savannah Bar Association’s annual boat ride.
All of those terms have been used appropriately to describe N. Harvey Weitz of Savannah since his sudden passing last Friday. But of the many hats he wore, the one mentioned most frequently in recent days by those who knew Harvey best is, simply, “friend.”
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