Henry M. Halff

San Antonio, Texas

Nov 26, 1942 – Aug 10, 2015


November 26, 1942
August 10, 2015
San Antonio, Texas


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November 26, 1942 - August 10, 2015Dr. Henry M. Halff, Ph.D., died peacefully on August 10, 2015 in San Antonio, TX, at the age of 72. Henry is survived by his wife Jean, his son Larry, his son-in-law Randy Windham, his brother Bro, and two stepsons, Bradley and Brent Watson. Henry was born on...

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I am sorry to hear that we no long have Henry around, and I am sorry that I did not see this notice sooner. I will continue to think of him as I work in the educational computer gaming field. I was great to work for and with him over the years.

I am saddened to read of Henry's death; and by the fact that we shall never meet, in this world. I enjoyed our e-mail exchanges after we discovered our common ancestry. It's amazing how small additions to family background can prompt much larger additions to the puzzle. On behalf of my own family and myself, I send my deepest condolences to the Halff family; with wishes for peace, recovery and healing. Very truly yours, Joel Knoblauch (Reading, PA)

We go way back together, having been roommates at Exeter. I and many others will miss this good man and his marvelous, self-deprecating sense of humor.

Dear Jean.........you are in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you the strength you need at this time.

I am so sorry to have learned of Henry's passing. His spirit was special. I can still picture him happily walking Lulu in the greenbelt past our back porches, waving, always with a kind word, his sweet smile, his beloved Lulu prancing, loving every step. Henry was also happy because he knew after his walk he'd be returning to you, Jean, the love of his life. My deepest sympathy to you, Jean, and all who loved Henry.

Dear Larry,
I am so sorry to hear about your father's death. Please know how much I am thinking of you and Larry as you go through the weeks and months ahead. Love, Barb

Nothing made us happier than a visit from Henry throughout the many years we knew him. We celebrate his beautiful spirit, his love of life and of his fellow creatures. Larry, his precious son, is cast in the same mold. Jean, you were a boon and a blessing. We treasure our memories and send you, Larry, Randy and Bro our deepest sympathy.

Our sincerest sympathy for your loss. Kathleen & Arthur