Harry Howarth. Obituary – Cause of Death : D-Day Veteran Harry Howarth, 103, Passes Away – Condolences to Family

By | April 18, 2024



It is with heavy hearts that we report the passing of D-Day Veteran Harry Howarth, who recently visited the Memorial, at the age of 103. Harry’s family and friends are in our thoughts during this difficult time.

Harry Howarth was a true hero, a member of the generation that fought for our freedom during World War II. He bravely served his country on D-Day and throughout the war, displaying courage and resilience in the face of danger. His sacrifices and contributions will never be forgotten.

Harry’s recent visit to the Memorial was a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by him and his fellow veterans. It was a moment of reflection and remembrance, a chance to honour those who fought and died for our freedom. Harry’s presence at the Memorial was a testament to his enduring spirit and dedication to preserving the memory of those who served.

As news of Harry’s passing spreads, tributes are pouring in from all corners of the country. His fellow veterans, friends, and community members are remembering him as a kind and humble man, always willing to share his experiences and wisdom with others. Harry’s legacy will live on in the hearts of all who knew him.

While the details surrounding Harry’s passing are still unclear, one thing is certain – his memory will live on in the hearts of all who knew him. His courage, resilience, and dedication to his country will never be forgotten. We are grateful for his service and honour his memory.

In this time of sadness, we extend our deepest condolences to Harry’s family and friends. May they find comfort in knowing that Harry’s legacy will endure, inspiring future generations to remember and honour the sacrifices made by those who came before us.


Rest in peace, Harry Howarth. Your bravery and dedication will never be forgotten.