Surfing from an Historical and Cultural View, part of the SHACC Collection, by Malcolm Gault-Williams
Iggy was a awesome human and will be deeply missed. I am glad that I had the chance to know him. I will ride the many magic boards he shaped for me with fond memories of Harold riding the waves and wind...PRB Santa Cruz
Aloha Harold Iggy, I was a team rider for him back in the day on Queen Street at Surfboard Shaping Co. and I remember when he said to come in to his room and he show M'e this double wing swallow tail board that was design for M'e? I was so stoke and that year was 1976 when I son the Hawaii State Jr. Men's at Ala Moana Bowls and the next year to ain the West Coast Mans Championship on this one of a kine design just for M'e. Mahalo for all the good time and all the things that I learned from a Master. Willie Grace Jawaiian Beach Boy
Amen my Iggy board has been Super Awsome ,Harold came to Daytona n shaped me a 10'o nose rider with a balsa nose , RIP IGGY u will b missed !!!! JDC
Iggy was a master shaper and a proud memory was the 1st board he made especially for me when I worked at Weber shop in late 60's. "Fast Eddie" was a "Feather" and was adorned with Harolds signature. He is a special soul and like Dewey a mentor. Aloha.-Colin Covey-
I was very sad to hear the passing of our master craftsman Harold Iggy. I didnt know him personally but I could feel his connection and concentration he put into his craft . His work is and always be an inspiration for me. Rest in Peace soul rider! Mark Brog
Knew him small kid time great shaper way back then early sixtys
Mahalo for your comment!