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Deborah Ellen Henry

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Deborah Ellen Henry Obituary
Henry, Deborah Ellen
1948 - 2018
Deborah Ellen Henry, 70, of Pickerington, Ohio, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 surrounded in love by her family. Deborah was born on February 18, 1948. She was a graduate of Athens High School and Columbus Business College. Deborah had worked as an administrative assistant for the State of Ohio. She was a devoted member of Trinity Family Life Center for over 30 years. She leaves her loving memories to be cherished by her husband, William A Henry, Jr. of 51 years; son, William A. (Kathryn) Henry, III of Gahanna, Ohio; and daughter, Stephanie (Zoe) Barney of Chandler, Arizona. Three grandchildren, Trey Henry, Braeden Henry and Zion Barney; mother-in-law, Luella Henry of Bidwell, Ohio; sisters-in-law, Janet Hughes, Vinton, Ohio, Gwendolyn (Herbert) Smith of Canal Winchester, Ohio, Trudy (Hershel) Grant of Columbus, Ohio, Sandra Mitchell of Bidwell, Ohio; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and family along with dear friends, Naomi Glanzman and Grace Vestre. Deborah was preceded in her death by her parents James and Inez Winfield, sister Helen Carlisle and brother-in-law Stanley Carlisle. A loving wife, mother and grandmother, Deborah cherished every moment with her family. Deborah's enduring faith and dedication to serve the Lord will be everlasting within the lives she touched, the lessons she taught, the beauty of her smile and the soft spoken words blessed upon those who surrounded her. Friends may visit Trinity Family Life Center, 6389 Blacklick-Eastern Road, NW, Pickerington, OH, Thursday, May 17 from 6-8pm. Celebration of life service will be held at Trinity Family Life Center on Friday, May 18, 2018 at 11am. The family wishes to extend their gratitude to Mount Carmel Hospice, Yolanda Rivers (care giver), Alter Care and Trinity Family Life Center for their care and support.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on May 17, 2018
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