Cap and Wes sorry for the loss of your Dad.
Hank, Coach, Cap. No matter what he was called he was a good friend, mentor and champion to all who knew him at Phillips college. He will be greatly missed.
Mrs. Capdepon and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Capdepon will surely be missed. He kept all of us, at Phillips Junior College, laughing! I pray and, I know you will always feel a warmth in your heart when you think of Mr. Henry Capedon.
April 15, 2013
I met Coach in 1995 when he was managing Phillips Junior Colleges' records at Fayard Moving and Storage warehouse. He was always so funny and kept us laughing even when our work was not so pleasant. He crossed paths with so many people and will be remembered by all. My deepest sympathy to the family from a former employee of Phillips Colleges.
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An icon and leader, Coach gave us all life lessons that we carry to this day. This world was a better place with him in it and I will always treasure his memory. I pray for strength to his family. Know that he was loved and respected by all.
To my Aunt Charlotte and all your children and grandchildren..my cousins!
My thoughts and memories are
happy ones .. all his stories were hilarious! He gave us so much to chuckle over! when he started off with "Carol, When I was in the Marines.. you know what _______ ???? (fill in the blank) Then an hour later we were bent over in laughter with his embellished stories! That is how I will remember him! Lots of fun!
Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday. Unseen, unheard, but always near. Still loved, still missed
To a friend and classmate whom I have not seen since our graduation from SSC in 1952. May the Lord receive you and hold you in His arms.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Hank was.a great friend and good man. He loved his family and his country. I have nothing but respect for him and want the Capdepon family to know my thoughts and prayers are with them. God bless you all.
I am sorry to see the death of your loved one. I knew his Mom and Dad through the American Legion and Aux in BSL. My Dad was John Rutherford. We knew many of the Capdepon family.God Bless all of you. I am sure Mr Henry and Mrs Elizabeth will be welcoming their son into Heaven.
Ginny and I want to express our deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Henry was one tough marine, and I was proud to serve with him in Vietnam.
May the Good Lord watch over Hank as he makes his final journey.
MSGT (RET) USAF Joe and Ginny Romano
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May you find comfort in treasured memories.
We extend our sincere sympathy and value your trust during this time of remembrance and reflection. We pledge our support now and in the future.