Harry Anthony Arena was born on May 1, 1944 in Norristown, Pennsylvania and passed away on June 4, 2022 in Vero Beach, Florida.
Harry was preceded in death by his brother, Alfonse Arena and also by great nephew Jason Luke.
He is survived by sister, Ann L. Arena; nieces, Susan Arena, Jackie Cook, Cherie Raposa, Michele Coup and nephew, Christopher Arena and his wife Tracy; sister-in-law, Patricia Arena; six great nieces and one great nephews and two great great nieces and one great great nephew.
In his younger years Harry was a world traveler and will be remembered and loved for the stories he told. He was a great home cook as well as a home pastry chef and candy maker. He was a jack of many trades including his DIY skills and his ability to do any and all home projects.
Harry was a spiritual man who was embraced by many and loved most by his family. He will be dearly and deeply missed.
May he rest in peace.
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