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Harry Young

Harry F Young

Tuesday, May 17th, 1949 - Wednesday, January 13th, 2021
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Harry F. Young, 71, of Lambertville, NJ passed away at his home after a long battle with cancer on Wednesday, January 13, 2021. His beloved wife, Lynda, was at his side.

Born in Miami, Florida, Harry was a graduate of Miami Edison High School and earned his BA in business administration from Georgia State University. Harry was a successful sales executive in the tech and computer software industry. He retired as vice-president of worldwide sales for NuTech. Earlier he was associated with Lanier as sales manager; and File Tek and Tivoli as director of sales. His sales ability and product knowledge led him to the greater New York area. He came to Mineola, Long Island and then the South Street Seaport neighborhood of Manhattan. He and Lynda eventually made their home in Summit, NJ for 25 years before moving to Lambertville 3 years ago.

Harry is survived by his beloved wife Lynda Young; his daughter and her husband Vanessa and Andrew McInnes of Brooklyn, NY and their children Theodore and Hudson Harry; his stepdaughter Tara Benedetti of Lambertville and his stepson Matthew Benedetti of West New York, NJ. Harry is also survived by his nieces and their families Magen and Kenan Young of Ormond Beach, FL and their daughter Ilyda; Sabrina and John Conrad of Fort Wayne, Indiana and their children Chase, Sophia and Colton James; Tessa Borucki of Eden Prairie, MN; Christine and Robb Huus of Moorhead, MN and their children Hudson and Gage. Harry was the son of the late Frank and Evelyn Hageman Young and the brother of the late Philip Young. Harry was an animal lover and Scotties were a favorite dog breed. He is also survived by his current Scottie Gracie a successor to Dallas I, Dallas II, and Fargo.

Harry was devoted to his family. He and Lynda were world travelers. They enjoyed summers at Martha’s Vineyard surrounded by their loved ones. He doted on his grandchildren. You could not find a better friend than Harry. He always looked for the good in people. A special friend was Sean Dolan of Morristown who shared Harry’s dedication to the Miami Dolphins.

Harry was active in his community. He was the founder of Lambertville United, a member of the Lambertville Elks Lodge and active in the Democratic Party. He was a history buff, a member of the Lambertville Historical Society and a fan of T-Birds especially his 1955 and 2002 models. He shot a wicked game of pool.

Services will be private and are under the direction of the Van Horn-McDonough Funeral Home, Lambertville, NJ. Condolences and messages of support may be posted at the funeral home website (

Harry’s ashes will be placed in the columbarium at the Marble Collegiate Church, 1 West 29th Street, New York, NY 10001.

Donations in Harry’s memory may be made to the Animal Alliance of Lambertville ( or to the Democratic Party.
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  • Visitation

    Thursday, January 14th, 2021 | 1:00pm
    Thursday, January 14th, 2021 1:00pm
    Van Horn-McDonough Funeral Home
    21 York Street
    Lambertville, New Jersey 08530
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    private immediate family viewing
  • Interment

    Marble Collegiate Church
    1 West 29 th street
    New York, New York 10001
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    ashes place in chuch columbarium


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David Ziskind

Posted at 04:23pm
Hey Harry...gonna miss you...we had some fun times together in the old days.

Love, David & Ellen Ziskind

Steve and Linda Schmidt

Posted at 12:10pm
We pray the love of God enfolds you during your journey through grief. Love, Linda and Steve Schmidt
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Robert Rice Reynolds

Posted at 09:18am
I share great memories of Harry and I in gym class together back at Edison He was a terrific guy, friend, and classmate. Always calm and low keyed he was just a wonderful person who I shared many a laughs with during Coach Williams lectures to us. My prayers and thoughts go out to the Young family. Seeing his obituary and many accomplishments and his activities confirms my belief in High School that he would be successful in life. He proved me correct. See you on the other side Harry!

Barbara Wexler

Posted at 07:54pm
I was last with Harry at the 50th high school reunion of the Miami Edison Class of 67 in 2017 in Ocala, Florida. He was one of the members who made the Class of 67 the special class that it was. He was a football player and member of Civitan and E Club. And most of all, he was a really nice person. Rest peacefully fellow classmate. Barbara Goldfarb Wexler

Steve Stegman

Posted at 06:28pm
Harry was a great supporter and one of Lambertville's legends.
He will be missed.
Steve Stegman

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