I first met Henry when we visited Provo in 1987, fell in love with Chaulk Sound and purchased a property from Henry on the sound across from Casuarina Cottages. While Princey Harris, on Henry's recommendation, built our house, Henry offered to sell us at cost many of the house's essentials which he had left over from previous construction. Over the years we met him several times both here and when he and his wife graciously invited us for dinner in Atlanta while I was attending a conference. We developed a friendship, which seemed so easy for Henry with his outgoing manner, and we were hoping to further that friendship with my retirement last month to Provo. Unhappily my neighbor let us know of his death, which saddens me deeply. Rest in peace Henry.
Bill and Terri Gaw
Julie and I went to Provo last weekend. We found out about your tremendous and untimely loss from Amos at Scooter bob's. we are saddened for the loss of a very kind gentlemen who helped develop our love of Provo.
Our deepest sympthany to the family and please know how very saddened we were to hear of his passing. He was a wonderful person and will be deeply missed by many who knew him around the world. Our thoughts and our prayers are with you all at this time. Heather Welner,Toronto, Canada
Ewa and I had some of the best times of our lives in your company and the loss of Henry will leave a space that can never be filled. The world is a poorer place without him.
To Dinah and the Moog family, i had the pleasure of meeting Henry several times in Turks, and offered him lunch in London whenever he travelled here. i am saddened at the news, and my thoughts and best wishes go out to you all.