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HENRICI, Joseph A. 94, of Clearwater, formerly of Palm Harbor, passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 29, 2014. Born in Englewood, NJ, he and his wife, Ann, resided in Allendale, NJ for 25 years. Following his retirement in 1977, the Henrici's moved to Tarpon Springs. In 1985, they built a home in Autumn Woods, Palm Harbor, where they resided until moving to Regency Oaks, Clearwater in 2001. Mr. Henrici was employed by BBDO, a leading advertising agency in New York, for 40 years. He was a Senior Vice President and Director with management responsibilities for such major accounts as DuPont, Chevron Oil, GE and Citibank. During World War II he served in the United States Navy and graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude. Following his retirement, Mr. Henrici became very active in the community. He served on the Mease Foundation Board for three years and also served as President of the Innisbrook Condominium Association and Chairman of the Innisbrook Lessors' advisory committee throughout the 1990's. His other memberships included Cypress Run Golf Club, Hackensack Golf Club, Oradell, NJ and the Harvard Club of New York City. Mr. Henrici was a parishioner of Espiritu Santo Catholic Church in Safety Harbor. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Ann and daughter, Joann. He is survived by his four sons, Peter and his wife Judi of Cooperstown, NY, J. Allen and his wife Pamela of Old Tappan, NJ, Mark and his wife Erin of Palos Park, IL and Paul of Mahwah, NJ. Joe was also grandfather to Michael, Brian, Erin, Jason and his wife Danelle, Lauren, Christopher, Matthew, Joseph, Sean, and great-grandfather to Zoey. A memorial service will be held at Espiritu Santo Catholic church in Safety Harbor on Wednesday, July 2, 2014 at 2 pm. Burial will be at the Maryrest cemetery in Mahwah, NJ, at a date to be determined. Memorial donations may be made to the Hospice of the Florida Suncoast.
Published in the Tampa Bay Times on July 1, 2014
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