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Harry Anthony Arena

May 01, 1944 ~ June 04, 2022

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.


Susan Arena

June 15, 2022, 1:03 pm

I will miss you uncle Harry and all your wonderful detailed stories. You will always be in my heart. Till we meet again, Rest In Peace.

Christopher Arena

June 15, 2022, 10:30 pm

Rest In Peace uncle Harry. Im sure you, dad and grand pop will be looking over us.

Jackie Cook

June 19, 2022, 8:07 pm

Uncle Harry you will be so missed by all of us. I will always remember the great stories, especially those about your world travels and the many things you shared with us about our Italian heritage. Most of all I will miss cooking with you and learning many great wonderful recipes. It was so much fun to be in the kitchen with you! I will always remember you every time I make homemade Ravioli and smile and know you are watching me. You will never be forgotten from my heart and I know you are with Dad and Grandpop and without pain. Love you always

Michele Coup

June 20, 2022, 12:36 am

I wish I had more time with you uncle Harry. I will cherish the time we had and especially when you taught me how to make candy. You were a great cook and candy maker! You had so many stories to share and what a memory you had. You will be greatly missed. Give my dad a hug from me. I love you, RIP ❤️

Maddi Coup

June 20, 2022, 4:32 am

I will miss you uncle Harry. Thank you for spoiling me over the years and being so willing to let me fill my pockets with candy from your own personal candy store every time I came to visit! I love you and am glad the Lord gave you a big hug when he welcomed you home.

Dennis Hill

January 2, 2023, 6:44 pm

I just realized we didn’t get a Xmas Card from you this year.
So I looked in the obituaries in Vero Beach.
So very sad that I found you!!!
I’ll always remember the fun we had in the Army, in Fort Gordon Georgia.
May you rest in peace old friend.
Love you
Dennis Hill
Phoenix, Az.

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