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Richard Henry Obituary
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September 19, 2018

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September 16, 2018
With my sincere sympathy to your family; May your treasured memories continue to provide a measure of comfort and peace to the family. Please be strengthened from (Isaiah 61:1,2) our God "binds up the broken-hearted and comforts all who mourn"
September 15, 2018
Richard Henry was a Boston Brahmin with all those qualities, mostly good. In these days of narcissism, it's good to remember Richard Henry, who selflessly threw his life into causes for the betterment of people, church, community, country, and world.


I knew Dick years ago, when he was minister, and I intern minister at the First Unitarian Church of Denver, Colorado. He was pastor to the church, and conscience to the community. Outside in the community, he threw himself into many good causes, civil liberties, planned parenthood, GLBT rights,, open housing, the environment, and peace. He was pleased I shared almost all of these causes, but hurt that I thought his approach on peace was naive. As I've already said. he was a Boston Brahmin.

As intern, I was privileged to see him up close, and even to interrupt some Saturday nights when the light was still on in his office, as he wrote that sermon which would be needed Sunday morning.

Dick, you are an inspiration to me, and made this world better by living.

I m glad to have known you.