Henry Louis Granju

Knoxville, Tennessee


Knoxville, Tennessee


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GRANJU, HENRY LOUIS - age 18, passed away Monday, May 31 at the University of Tennessee Medical Center after having spent more than a month courageously fighting for his life. Henry was born October 7, 1991 at St. Mary's Hospital, and he grew up in Knoxville surrounded by a large circle of...

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Remembering your pain today. Praying that less people will suffer by knowing your story.

For Henry.

It's such a tragedy that something like this could happen to such a talented hopeful young man. I hope that Henry's Fund can help save others from this growing epidemic. You're in my prayers.

thinking of you this morning Henry... Loving you each and every day

Dear Katie,
I am taking my 18 year old daughter Candace to the Wilco show in San Diego tonight. Its the second leg of The Whole Love tour. We are both excited, but more importantly after reading your story on the Wilco website this morning, I will treasure this show, and the few precious hours with my daughter, beyong what words may describe. Thank you for sharing your story and please know how much it has touched my life.
Your friend forever,

Katie and family, another guest said it all, there are no words. Katie, I have admired you for years because you stand up for what you feel is right. Now you are standing up for Henry's right to be heard. I've enjoyed reading all the wonderful things about Henry. It is clear that he was loved by friends and family alike. I have prayed for you and your family and will continue to do so.

Janie Rose, Knoxville,TN

Dear Katie and family, found your story on the Montessori page on Facebook and have been reading it for the past hour. I pray you find some comfort in all the responses to your incredible tragedy. My heart goes out to you and you are an incredible person to put your story out here. God Bless you and your loved ones. B.E. Morgan, VA

We are deeply saddened for your loss. My daughter, Amanda, is a friend of Henry's and although we never met him personally we feel as though we knew him as she has shared many funny stories with us and she cared for him deeply. Our thoughts are prayers are with you. The Bradley Family

I don't know you personally but I also have a son with an addiction and I just wanted to say I am deeply sorry for your loss. I am praying for you and your family.