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In Memory

Harry Carman - Class Of 1966

                                                                   Rest in Peace, Harry                     Harry J. Carman

Harry J. Carman

Haddon Heights - On April 17, 2019, Harry J. Carman, age 70, passed away at Samaritan Hospice Inpatient Center in Voorhees after a hard-fought battle with cancer. Born in Camden, Harry served honorably in the United States Army during the Vietnam War as a platoon leader with the 82nd Airborne Division. He was a small business owner and entrepreneur for most of his adult life. Harry served his country again in 2012, when he deployed as a contractor in Iraq. He then spent several years traveling the world as "Santa." He made music and told funny stories, but most importantly, he made the world a better place.

He is lovingly survived by his wife and high school sweetheart, Mary (nee Donegan); his two sons and their wives, Christopher and Kimberly, and Jonas and Brittany; his grandchildren, Christopher Jr., Teagan, Zoey and Layla along with his brother, John.

Relatives and friends are invited to his Viewing on Monday, April 22nd from 7:00 - 9:00 PM at the Healey Funeral Home, 9 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights. His Committal Service with military honors will be held on Friday, May 3rd at Brig. General William C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Wrightstown, NJ.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to the Cathedral Kitchen Inc., 1514 Federal Street, Camden, NJ 08105 or at www.cathedralkitchen.org/commemorative-tribute-donations.

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04/24/19 12:44 AM #1    

Gloria Pedrick (Morrison) (1969)

I'm so sad to hear this news ...I haven't seen Harry in many many years... I know Bill thought so highly of him.. I choose to think they will get together for a cold one๐Ÿป rest in peace and my thoughts and prayers are with your family...๐Ÿ™

09/08/19 02:43 AM #2    

Ronnie Brooks (Brooks) (1966)

Where do I start ? Harry was a close neighbor on Mt.Vernon Ave in Clementon . We spent many hours just to enjoy what life had to offer . Along with his brother Jack , myself and my 2 older btrothers we would play hide and seek in the woods behind the high school. It seems to me that Harry set the bar on many things like fashion , dancing, all kinds of sport opportunities and he would help anybody who needed it. Funny story about Harry....One day at ORHS for  gym class we were obliged  to run down the steps to Regional lake and around the lower field where we were  supposed to go back to the school. Well our man Harry decided to take a short cut across the swamp and he being the lead runner , we all followedhis lead. We all smelled like rotten swamp water and even after we hit the showers and went to our respective classes , the other students really were taken back by the way we smelled. At the time, it was prety funny the response we got . God speed Harry my friend and its been a pleasure to know you ...Ronnie B.



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