Harry King Jr. Obituary – Death Notice and Service

Harry Brandt King Jr., age 99 of Fenwick Island, DE died Monday July 18, 2022 at Brandywine Assisted Dwelling in Selbyville, DE.  Born in Frederick, MD he was the son of the late Dr. Harry B. King and Helen Fogle King of Dover, DE. He is survived by two daughters, Sally King-Nero (Joe) of New York Town, NY and Leah Castle (J.R.) of Springfield, PA a son, H.B. King III (Yvonne) of Fenwick Island, DE a stepson, Thomas B. Westcott (Terri) of Salisbury, MD and 6 grandchildren.

Brandt was preceded in dying by his initially spouse, Jane Brown King in 1993 his 2nd spouse, Ann Robins King in 2014 and a sister Romain Welch.

Brandt was an honor graduate of Dover Significant Faculty and Franklin and Marshall Higher education where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.  He served in the Military through WWII and afterwards, attained an MBA degree from the Graduate School of Small business at Columbia University.

Brandt’s business enterprise profession began with accounting routines for the George L Ralph Corporation, a Salisbury, MD oil-primarily based distributor with 7 areas on Delmarva Peninsula.  Afterwards, he moved to Baltimore to turn into comptroller of the Canon Shoe Company, a agency with two producing web sites and more than a hundred shoe retailers.

DuPont turned Brandt’s up coming and final employer where he participated in a variety of accounting, fiscal, and programming work before starting to be Treasure of DuPont de Colombia, South The usa.  Later on, Brandt served as Director of Info Methods in Europe and lastly, Assistant Typical Auditor for the DuPont Corporation.

Devoted to the accounting occupation, Brandt was an active member of the Delaware CPA Culture for many yrs and was past president.  He was one particular of the very last dwelling users to maintain a “two-digit” CPA certification quantity in Delaware!

Scouting was very dear to Brandt!  He was the very first Eagle Scout at Troop 87 in Dover, DE and ongoing as an adult serving on committees as scoutmaster, one of the chairmen of the Wilmington District and as a member of the Del-Mar-Va Council.  He achieved the Wooden Badge and Silver Beaver Awards.

A prolonged-time churchgoer, Brandt had served on the vestry, taught Sunday college, and participated in functions of the Episcopal Church.  He was a Mason and member of the Ocean Pines Kiwanis Club for fifteen several years.

For eleven yrs, Brandt lived overseas when working for the DuPont Corporation.  Then and thereafter, Brandt travelled to many international lands, but upon retirement, he chose to reside on Delmarva thanks to his like of leisure features of the ocean and bays and high quality of existence that the Shore offered!  Much more than wherever else, Brandt felt at home on the Japanese Shore!

The loved ones will carry out a non-public services at a afterwards day.

 

 

 

 

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