Harry Alfred COADY Jr.

17 July, 196216 November, 2020

Harry A Coady, Jr , 58 of Longwood, Fl, passed away on November 16th, 2020 Harry was proceeded in death by his brother Fred Coady and is survived by his Father, Harry Coady and Step Mother, Ruth Coady, Mother, Kathleen Grink, Sisters Charlene Coady , Kelly Grink and Courtney Grink, Step Brother John Saullo Step Sister Pam and Husband Shane Regal , Sister In Law, Christina Coady, many Nieces, Nephews and Cousins and many friends. Harry was the owner of CoadyCoats Painting and Handyman Services LLC in Longwood Fl and was a skilled commercial painter and general all around handyman. Harry had a musical gift that allowed him to play guitar, and write and sing music. When he was not playing guitar, he enjoyed doing sound and lighting for shows in NJ, his true home. Harry was a "Simple Kind of Man" and will be remembered most for his quirky sense of humor, ability to make people laugh and his huge, kind and loving heart. Words cannot express how deeply he will be missed and the mark he left on his family and longtime friends. Rest Easy Harry….May your light shine forever!


Harry Alfred COADY Jr.

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Cathy Smith-Pagan

13 December 2020

Well it was good to see pics of Harry with his first love...his guitar ! Rest in peace Harry...see you in Glory !

Joseph Mennig

23 November 2020

I meet Harry in the late 80's we never hung out back then but 25 years is later we became very close, we talked about everything, we would sit around my house and play guitar until are fingers hurt with a few others.
I would have to say having him over for dinner around the holidays was the best he loved making my kids laugh, he always said I had a great family and he loved being around us, he was there for me when my father passed and I always appreciated that, he could not wait to meet my daughter who is now about a month old he had tears of joy when I sent him her pictures, I will always miss Harry he was my true friend and I loved him like a brother, I wish I could get one more call from him.
See you on the other side brother Mandy and I can not wait to tell are daughter about you. Love you.

Dina Muirhead

23 November 2020

I met Harry when he was running Mike Starr's rehearsal studio. I always came early to rehearsal so that we could chat. He would listen to me complain about life and I would listen to him.....we had a mutual sounding board and I don't know what I would have done without that. I only hope that he and Duke are running free.....xoxo

Murray Rose

22 November 2020

I met Harry while he was working as a Sound man for Radio City in the early 90s. He had done sound for a couple of bands I played in, as well. New Years, 1991, we played a casino gig together. We also played in the Angel Heart reunion band.
Most importantly, he was my buddy. We talked regularly
The last I heard from him was on Nov. 9. He always said, "I love you" at the end of a text, or conversation. His passing was a major shock. I am so sorry for your loss. Love you Harry.

Thomas Matthews

22 November 2020

I met harry where i work he was customer buying tires for his van. One night I went to the Cherrywood Bar and he was working the sound for a band. We became friends instantly and always will be.
Going to miss hanging out and watching the bands with him.