James-Henry, Sr.-Obituary

Photo courtesy of M. John Scanlan Funeral Home

James T. Henry, Sr.

Nov 23, 1931 - May 6, 2013

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RIP Jim. A true candyman proud to tell that he had nothing but sweets to sell.Warm regards to the Henry family Jim was so proud to talk about.

Our prayers and condolences to the Henry family. Jim was a true neighbor and friend and our lives have been diminished by his passing.

It seems like we grew up with the Henry's. We were always welcomed at their house, and spent lots of time there, and Jim always was the "fun" dad to be around. Fourth of July parties will never be the same. He will be missed.

If tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane, I'd walk right up to Heaven and bring you home again! Your presence will be truly missed but your spirit will live on forever Uncle Jimmy.

Rest in peace Jim ALWAYS HAD A UP LIFTING ON ME in my prayers always

What a great guy our Uncle Jim was. Our own "candy man". A positive force of nature who was my mentor in business, one of my "favorite uncles". He would talk to you and he would look at you as though you were the most fascinating person in the world. We will miss you, Uncle Jim and your pearls of wisdom will be revisited again and again. Much love to Jim, Colleen and Michael - he always had a twinkle in his eye when he spoke of you with love.

Rest in peace Uncle Jimmy!! You were the nicest guy, with the greatest smile!!! The Henry clan are in our thoughts and prayers.

I loved my brother Jimmy so much. He was such an uplifting man. He loved everyone and he was loved back by many. George & I are so sad to lose such a special person. Prayers go out to Jim, Colleen and Michael in the loss of their Dad. Love Aunt Kathy and George

To all the Henry Family, Joe and I send our thoughts and prayers to all of you on the loss of such a wonderful Father and Uncle. He will always be Mr M & M to us. He was such a happy go lucky, fun person and he will be sadly missed. We will never forget that great smile! Our Love, Joe and Missy Barth


James's Obituary

James Thomas Henry, Sr., a longtime resident of Pompton Plains, passed away on Monday, May 6, 2013. He was 81.

Born and raised in Philadelphia, James was one of 8 children born to Philip and Margaret Henry. He married Madeline Barth and the couple shared 50 years of marriage before her...

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