Harry Pincus died March 29, 2022, at the age of 89. He was born November 16, 1932 in Abescon, NJ to Alexander Pincus and Catherine Powers Pincus, predeceased. In Abescon, NJ, he worked with his family on a farm where they raised pigs and turkeys. He graduated from Pleasantville High School in 1950 and soon joined the US Navy, spending 4 years there. Upon being honorably discharged he moved to Oneco, FL where his parents had relocated. He was a practicing Catholic, and attended Our Lady Queen of Martyrs church.
In 1958 he married his wife, Wanda, and had 2 children.
He worked at Bradenton Auto Parts for 15 years prior to opening his own business in 1971, Harry's Auto Supply and Machine Shop. In 1994 he sold the business to his kids.
After retirement they bought a motorhome and traveled all across the US and Canada. He volunteered for several years at St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Store and made some lasting friendships.
Harry was always one for a good joke or just making you laugh. He loved his afternoon cocktail of Canadian Mist and water.
Harry leaves behind his beloved wife Wanda of 63 years, daughter Debbie Brinn (Jim), son David, daughter-in-law Karen, 4 grandchildren Jason Brinn, Chris Brinn (Maria), Anthony Pincus (Jenna), and Nicole Apostle (Zach), and 5 great-grandchildren Maddie Pincus, Avery Pincus, Drew Apostle, JJ Brinn, and Connor Brinn, who were the love of his life. Family meant everything to him and he cherished all the times they came over and spent time with him.
He also leaves 1 brother, Albert Pincus of Tabernacle, NJ, numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins, as well as special friends Walter Cottle and Maddie Cottle.
As per his request, in lieu of flowers please donate to Tidewell Hospice, Meals on Wheels, St. Vincent De Paul and Loving Hands Ministry.
Visitation is 6PM-8PM April 5th. Service is 11:00 AM April 6th, at Griffith-Cline Funeral Home, 720 Manatee Avenue West. Interment to follow at Manasota Memorial Cemetery.
RIP, Mr Harry.