We Remember Those We Have Lost

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Harry Reinhart

OCEAN CITY — Harry "Pop" Reinhart, 82, of Ocean City, surrounded by family, passed away peacefully while watching his beloved Phillies on Friday, May 17, 2013.

Born in Philadelphia Pa. on Nov. 10 1930 to the late Joseph and Hannah (nee McGlynn), he is survived by his beloved wife, Joan (nee Fields) of 62 years. He was proceeded in death by daughter, Kathleen Dischinger; brother, Joseph, and sisters Catherine Hulmes, Joan and husband Valentine Byrne, and dear friend, Mitchell Scott.

He is also survived by sons, Harry Jr. and Joseph, and daughter, Jacqueline; grandchildren, Dennis, Tracy, Brian, Krystal, Zachary and Jessica; great grandchildren, Mikayla, Devin, Amaya, Brandon and Bryce; and many nieces and nephews.

Harry proudly served his country in the United States Army and was a sergeant in the Korean War. He worked at the Nation Sugar Refinery (Sugar House) for 31 years and was the proud owner of H&J’s Tavern. Funeral arrangements have been made private.

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to VSCOA/Forbes Hall (Veterans Support Centers of America) at 907 E. Church Street, Salisbury, Md. 21804.

One comment on “We Remember Those We Have Lost

  1. So sad to hear the news. Love and regards to Joan, Harry Jr,Joe and family. What a great man and a great loss to all who have the honor and to have known “Pop”.You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

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