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June 02, 2013
My deepest sympathy to Henry's Family. I knew Henry at Queen Lake... our family camps next door to one another. His father taught us all to swim.. Henry , his sister Christine and I were just kids having fun. I will miss the child, the man and will always keep the memories.
May 07, 2013
I worked with Henry at Kerr. When my daughters were very young, he gave me wonderful advice - Enjoy every minute with them because they'll grow up very fast. He was a wise man. They're now grown and having their own children. I thought of him often through the years as I took his advice and passed it on to many others. My sincere sympathies on your loss. Linda Myers
April 28, 2013
Thank you Henry for the many great years of memories, laughter, and most of all, life lessons. Here are my favorites: #1 Never start a project without several tubes of silicon caulking. You can never use too much. #2 Buy shoes, but never wear them, especially when using power tools. If you don't want them anymore, give them to a son-in-law whose feet is two sizes smaller, and then watch as he keeps them in his closet for years. #3 Its only money. Every time we moved and had to buy a new house, you always said, "It is only money." But what you were really teaching me was to remember the important things in life, like family and children. Last, you taught me that someday a young man was going to come into my life and steal my daughter's heart away. And I'm going to let him. And I'm going to try to do it with the same love, understanding, and generousity that you showed me. Thank you Henry, for letting me be a part of your life, and for the lessons I will never forget.
April 27, 2013
Our deepest sympathy to all of you. May the Lord help you through the grief and know that he dwells in the house of the Lord.
Brian and Pam Stauffer
April 26, 2013
The first thing I remember was the handshake. Henry's handshake is different because of the missing right thumb. The hand was strong and the warmth very evident. The smile was also off to one side, but still a very sincere and welcoming smile. The intellect shone through. Henry quickly earned the respect of his peers for the combination of intelligence and humility, a rare quality in many men. Henry was rare and will be sorely missed by all who knew him.

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