At 1300 hours on 11 October, the remains of S/Sgt Harry R. Vandercar, C/1-12th Inf Regt, 4th ID were interred at Arlington National Cemetery. His urn was brought to the Section 60 gravesite by a 3rd Inf Regt honor guard, and Chaplain (CPT) Williams - a 4th ID combat veteran himself - offered remarks, after which a 21 gun salute and playing of Taps preceded the folding of a U.S. Flag over his urn; it was presented to S/Sgt Vandercar's eldest daughter, Ms Elaine Vandercar Broderick of Waldwick, NJ. A second folded flag was presented to his younger daughter, Lois Vandercar Ciccone of Lavallette, NJ. At the conclusion of the service, an Arlington Lady offered the condolences of the Chief of Staff, Army.
Numerous family members, friends, and veterans were in attendance, to include U.S. Army veteran Kenneth Ziegler, Elaine and Lois's brother. Three people who assisted the family in having S/Sgt Vandercar's remains re-located to Arlington also attended; Bundeswehr Captain Volker Lossner, who today lives on the Hurtgen battlefield and is an expert on the fighting; U.S. Army veteran Tom McArdle, another expert in small unit actions in the ETO; and retired U.S. Army Colonel Bob Leicht. Lastly, five members of a living history group from Pennsylvania named the 'Furious Fourth' attended in period uniforms to represent that earlier generation of 4th ID soldiers, and to bridge the gap between 1944 and 2019.