Name of noted deceased San Francisco harp technician?

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    eva-murphy on #196142

    <span style=”color: #3f3f3f; font-family: ‘Helvetica Neue’, Helvetica, Arial, san-serif, Roboto; font-size: 13px;”>Hey I’m trying so hard to recall the name of a deceased San Francisco area pedal harp technician (male) who was a noted harpist ( also played beautiful pop standards arrangements), much noted for his skill at re-riveting the mechanisms of many pedal harps. What was his name? </span>

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    catherine-rogers on #196144

    Ed Nebergall was a fabulous harpist but I don’t know if he was a technician. Dale Barco was a great harp tech but I don’t know if he played. Was it either of those?

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    eva-murphy on #196145

    Yes! Catherine! You are so close! Thanks for jogging my memory. I believe the man’s name was Jack Nebergall!

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    catherine-rogers on #196146

    Of course it was Jack. How could I have made such a dumb mistake! I love his arrangements.

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