In Memory

Harry Sanchez

Harry Sanchez

It is with heavy hearts that we must inform you that our father Harry Sanchez passed away this morning, 05/20/20. Last night he was taken to the hospital and was found to be extremely anemic and in liver and kidney failure. He was given 5 units of blood and numerous medications to elevate his blood pressure. However, his breathing became worse and due to the blood transfusion and heart medications he was given his heart couldn't handle any more. We chose to turn off his medications and let him go peacefully. At 9:30am his soul left his body and he went to see his maker. Harry was a devout Catholic, loving father and a devoted son and brother. We are still making arrangements for his cremation and a memorial will be held at a future date. We will make sure we let you all know the details for any service as soon as possible. We thank, love, and appreciate you all.

Ben, Lisa, and Diana


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08/03/20 11:38 PM #1    

Dennis Moran

Harry was my neighbor and friend........a few of us would go to the CYO dances at other parishes but if anyone got to dance with someone it was Harry.....he had quite a charm....i was lucky enough to have visited him while he was at NAU.......thanks tons Harry im sure god has some things for him to do...hugs buddy.


08/04/20 11:17 AM #2    

Barbara Stoll (Najarian)

Just saw posting regarding Harry's death. So sorry to hear. He was such a wonderful guy & lots of fun to be around. Sympathies to his family. 

08/04/20 04:21 PM #3    

Michael Cook

Sad to read this. My memories of Harry stretch all the way back to grade school at St. Thomas. As Dennis noted in his comments, Harry was quite a charmer. He was also an incredibly nice guy. My sincerest sympathies to his family.

08/06/20 03:38 PM #4    

Patrick Standage

I was shocked and saddened to read of the passing of Harry Sanchez.  Growing up he lived in the  house right behind mine.  His patio had a 4ft brick wall around it.  As kids we use to sit on the ledge and pretend we were riding horses.  A little part of my life has gone with him.  Thoughts and prayers to his family.

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