While at Princeton, he majored in philosophy, joined Cloister, and was active in WPRB and the Baptist Students of Princeton. Harry became a Presbyterian minister and began his ministry in Sitka, Alaska. He then went on to become a supervisor in clinical pastoral education until his retirement. Harry enjoyed building and flying airplanes, and belonged to the Experimental Aircraft Association. He was a master craftsman and especially enjoyed woodworking. Harry was a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend who will be missed by all who knew him.
Harry is survived by his wife of 40 years, Charlotte Mobley Bruen; children Rachel, Harry III, Brett, and Catherine; and three grandchildren.