Peter B. Harmon

November 2, 1938October 26, 2018

Peter B. Harmon, age 79, of East Sandwich, passed away peacefully at home on October 26, 2018.

He was the son of Mary Howe Harmon and Lt. Col. David Harmon of Yonkers, NY.

Peter is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Nancy M. Harmon, and their five children: William Harmon and his wife Karen Spangler, Tracey Hanna, Thomas Harmon and his wife Janet, Donald Harmon and his wife Deborah, and Robert (Buzz) Harmon. Peter was the loving Papa of Paul, Kerrin, and Caitlin Hanna, Taylor and Zachary, Harry and Jane, Seneca, Ruby, and Joelle Harmon. He is also survived by his brother David Harmon, Jr. and wife Sylvia of Oracle, AZ and his niece Debbi Fuller and nephew Alan Harmon.

Peter will be missed by family and friends on Long Island, NY and in Buffalo, NY.

A Celebration of Peter's life will take place at 11am on Saturday November 10, 2018 at St. John's Episcopal Church in Sandwich, MA. A reception will follow at Oak Crest Cove, Sandwich, MA. Burial will be at National Cemetery in Bourne in the spring of 2019.

In Lieu of flowers, Please make a donation to the American Heart Association, The Jimmy Fund or a charity of your choice. For directions and online condolences, please visit


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, November 10, 2018
  • Reception To Follow Saturday, November 10, 2018

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Anthony-Mary Tranfaglia

December 12, 2018

Nancy and family, So very sad to hear of Peter’s passing. Our son Anthony just read it this evening.. What great memories we have of him on the Cape. He was truly a kind and caring man. We will miss seeing him riding his bike on the boulevard. With our sincerest sympathy, Mary and Anthony

Debbi Harmon Fuller

November 7, 2018

Living on opposite coasts, we don't see each other often. But this trip holds some great memories for me! I loved Uncle Peter's kindness and humor. He loved his family! He and all of you are in my heart always! Love and Hugs to all the extended Harmon Family and sincerest sympathy from the Fuller Family ~ Debbi, Mark, MJ and Megan ~ XO