Harry B. Ungeheuer
Ungeheuer, Harry B. ALBANY Harry B. Ungeheuer, 75, of Albany passed away at the Heritage House, Troy, on Saturday, October 15, 2016. The son of (Heinrich) Harry Ungeheuer and Mary O'Neil Ungeheuer, Harry was born, raised and schooled in New York City. Harry enlisted in the Army and served his country from 1960-1963. Assigned as a paratrooper with Company D First Airborne Battlegroup 325th Infantry Regiment, under 82nd Airborne Division, in Fort Benning, Ga., he earned the rank of sergeant. Harry was part of the deployment to Oxford, Miss., charged with keeping peace amid integration at the University of Mississippi during the Ole Miss riot in 1962. Harry worked as territory manager with Frito-Lay for the northeast region, and then with Jard, Inc. in Bennington, Vt. A man of few words, Harry valued his independence. He was skilled in many trades and was fond of working on cars. Harry enjoyed dining out, going to the movies and spending time with his family. Harry was married to Ann P. (Burrall) Ungeheuer for 34 years. In addition to Ann, he is survived by his children, Karen Miller of Waterford, Harry Ungeheuer (Tina) of Saratoga Springs, Mark Ungeheuer (Chiang) of Buskirk, Lynn Mills (William) of Rensselaer and Daniel Ungeheuer of Cambridge; also his grandchildren, Erika Buckley (Gabriel), Maximillian Ungeheuer, Seth Mills, Haydn Mills, Sydney Mills, Hunter Ungeheuer and Harrison Ungeheuer. The family would like to thank the staff at the Heritage House with making Harry feel at home, helping to keep him comfortable and for going above and beyond in extending the very best in care. A rite of committal, with military honors will be held in the Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery on Friday, October 21, at 1:30 p.m. To leave condolences and for directions visit devito-salvadore.com .
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