Harry Allen Wicht

June 9, 1935March 20, 2017

Harry A. Wicht, age 81, of Culpeper, Virginia, formerly of Warrenton, Virginia, passed away on March 20, 2017 at his residence. He is survived by his best friend and wife of 55 years, Joyce, a daughter, Jori Sienkiewicz and her husband Matthew of Warrenton, Virginia; a son, Daniel and his wife Kirsten of Middleburg, Virginia; two grandchildren, Connor Sienkiewicz and Elisabeth Wicht; and two step-grandchildren, Cathleen Camara and Joe Sienkiewicz. Harry was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. He served 1954-1958 in the US Navy aboard destroyers as a sonar technician specializing in anti-submarine warfare. After his military service, he attended State University of New York at Alfred, NY graduating in 1961 with an AAS degree in Radio Communications. He retired from the US Government in 1985 after 24 years of service as an Electronic Specialist. He was a long-time member of the Warren Volunteer Fire Department. He was a member of the Culpeper Presbyterian Church and enjoyed participating in a number of community volunteer activities. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, March 24, 2017 at Culpeper Presbyterian Church. Interment will be private in the new grounds of Culpeper National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Harry requested donations be sent to the Warrenton Volunteer Fire Department, 167 West Shirley Avenue, Warrenton, Virginia 20188 or the Vincent Lombardi Cancer Center, Georgetown University Hospital, 3800 Reservoir Road, Washington, DC 20007. Online condolences may be offered by visiting The family has entrusted Clore-English Funeral Home with these arrangements.


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April 6, 2017

Jori SO SORRY for your loss Prayers coming your way Jean Shepherd,Myrtle Beach, S.C.

April 3, 2017

It was my honor to replace Harry in England on my first tour overseas. I got to play ball with him a bit before his reassignment and he was wicked good. While our paths did not cross a lot after that I followed his career and respected his service to our country. My condolences to his family. Bob Claymier

Linton Hudson

March 24, 2017

So sorry to hear about Harry. He was such
a nice man.

John Beckum

March 24, 2017

I thought I left a condolence a few days ago,..but maybe too long. Rest well my friend, no more pain or suffering. Serving on 3 ships together so very long ago we've had some great memories and you've become a great loving and caring husband, father, and grandparent, many more to miss all that you brought to the table. My heartfelt condolences to your family, from a very long time Navy Bud.

Susie Staiko

March 23, 2017

SOOO very sad to hear the news. Harry Wicht was truly one-of-a-kind and although it had been many years since I last saw him, his sense of humor and wit will stay with me forever.

Dale Koglin

March 23, 2017

Joyce, Jori, Dan and family,
Pat and I send our sincere condolences.
For many years, Harry was an intrical part of the WVFC. I have many great memories of Harry from that time in our lives. He always had a great sense of humor.
Always loved the FD gang watching football games at your house. No matter how good or bad the Giants were playing, Harry really got into the game.

March 22, 2017

Harry was my neighbor, good friend, and golf parnter for ten years. I'll miss his smile, his great sense of humour, and his loving nature. Joyce, Brenda and i send our sympathy to you and your family. Love, Michael

Judy Walsh

March 22, 2017

Hi Joyce and family - So sorry to read this on line. My thoughts and prayers will be with you all at this difficult time. God Bless. Judy and Steve Walsh

Sylvia Buckley

March 22, 2017

"As the days and weeks pass and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel the support and prayers of your family and friends."

John Christofaro

March 22, 2017

Harry and I were roomates for 3 yrs in college. He was a character as well as a friend and always kept everyone laughing. When we graduated we split a colorful rock in half as a remembrance of our time together. Harry, I still have my 1/2 and hope we get to match them up again in the hereafter.

John Christofaro