Henry-BROMMELSICK-Obituary

In Memory Of

Henry William BROMMELSICK

Tarpon Springs, Florida

Guest Book

I am sorry that I am unable to attend the services for Henry today, Nov 17th, but I would like his family to know that in lieu of that, today I am flying my American Flag at half staff to Honor and thank him for his Military Service for our country.
Respectfully

Many great memories from our work days in the 70's. We always caught up at the reunions. Thanks for being a friend and bless your family at this time.

It was a pleasure to have known Henry for fourty years and work with him for twenty years. He was a dedicated employee of the PCSO, and excellent latent print examiner. We used to pal around. I remember one day at lunch I was with him in the old green crime scene automobile and he started chacing after a water spout in the intercostal waterway near Clearwater.the last time we met was at the 50th.anniversary of the F.D.I.A.I.
May You be conforted in your loss of your dear loved one.

We have lost a great friend and an outstanding cop. It was such a pleasure working with Henry whether it was the scene of a burglary or in our later years in the Civil Division. My prayers are with his family.
God Speed my friend

Goodbye Henry.you were always a good cop and a good man.the world will be a little worse off with out you.I will never for get you.RIP.ROGER®INA RANDOLPH.

Our prayers to henerys family. Many memorable memories from Wayne h.s. Bob & Judy rapp

Wonderful memories of Henry as a classmate at Wayne High School. Prayers to the family. Dorothy & Chip Churchill, Sun City Center, FL

Our prayers go out to Henry's family. It was a pleasure to work with Henry at the PCSO, and I will always remember the fun times we spent watching the races at Sebring. Henry will be greatly missed.

Our prayers for comfort go out to the Brommelsick family. We enjoyed getting together with Henry and Joan at our "mini" high school reunions in Florida. Blessings, Bill and Carole Kugelman

Obituaries

Henry's Obituaries

BROMMELSICK, Henry William, 75, of Brooksville, passed away Nov. 1, 2012. He was survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Sarah Joan; 2 daughters, Barbara Anne Lengell and Niya Rebecca Greenwood; son-in-law, Shannon M. Lengell; grandchildren, Sean and Alan Cavanaugh II and Hunter Greenwood; and...

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