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Harry Stephens, Jr.

Born: Sun., Sep. 13, 1953
Died: Fri., Mar. 15, 2019

Memorial Service

Thu., Jul. 04, 2019
Location: Wyoming Monument

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A Father, Brother, Son and Friend. Harry Stephens Jr., age 65, passed on Friday March 15th at home in Hummelstown, Pennsylvania. Born September 13, 1953, in Bristol, Connecticut, son of Selma Yanta and the late Harry Stephens Sr.

Surviving are his children, Eric T. Stephens (son) and Kristin Gallagher (Daughter), Grandchild, Rory Gallagher, Step son, Eric Galeano, His sister, Carol Stephens, brother, Dan Stephens and Mother, Selma Yanta.

Harry had his Bachelor’s Degree in Science and Computer Science from Rutgers University and worked in the computer and technology field for 40+ years. Early in his career he worked for Princeton University on the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor which is now at the Smithsonian. He recently worked as an IT Technician for Conestoga Tile for the past 12 years. Harry thoroughly enjoyed participating in Revolutionary War Re-enactments to which he was very knowledgeable and talented. He was a devoted member of The 24th Connecticut Militia Regiment for over 15 years and had role as commander. He was a skilled craftsman of many sorts, created and built many things from scratch. He enjoyed playing soccer, taking walks in nature and spending time with his dog, Bandit.

A private luncheon will be held for family members May 25, 2019.

His family and the 24th Connecticut Militia Regiment, invite you to a special memorial service. It will be held July 4th 2019 at the Wyoming monument, Wyoming PA.  The memorial will take place after the   Commemorative ceremony finishes. (that begins at 10am)

In Tribute to Harry, the Friends and Abraham Staats House Inc., in cooperation with the 24th Connecticut Militia Regiment, will hold a memorial service on the grounds of Abraham Staats House, at 3PM on Saturday, April 13th 2019.

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Jim Stinson
   Posted Tue April 02, 2019
On behalf of Proctor's Pennsylania Artillery Company I wish to express our cincere condolences for the loss of Harry. We traveled many roads together in the Continental Line over the years and have great respect for him, Our ranks will be depleted by much more than just one man. Rest Easy my friend.

Steve Splain
   Posted Tue April 02, 2019
Harry's knowledge and skill will be sorely missed. He was one of the good guys. Prayers to his family and the community.

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