Henry E. Woods
Robbins Brothers Funeral Home - Benton Harbor
204 S Fair Avenue
Benton Harbor, MI

Henry Ethan Woods, 27, of Benton Harbor was called home peacefully surrounded by family on Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2021, at 3:33 p.m.

Funeral service will be Friday, Nov. 19, visitation will be at 10 a.m., service will be at 11 a.m. at Highland Avenue Seventh-day Adventist Church, 2075 Highland Ave., Benton Harbor.

Henry was born on Feb. 24, 1994. Henry was born and raised in Benton Harbor. He attended several Benton Harbor area schools, before graduating from Lakeshore High School. Henry also attended extended learning at Southside, Niles, where he was very proud to be a part of the student council and the basketball team. Henry was a caring son, brother, uncle and friend. When you saw Henry, it was his smile that captured your heart.

If you knew Henry, you knew he loved to eat and celebrate with family. He was an adventurous young man and will be greatly missed by all.

To cherish his memories, he leaves behind his grandmother, Dorothy Simmons; biological parents: Sherrah (Freddie) Watson and Henry Brighams; his mother and father: Pamela and Gordon Woods; siblings: Tercelia Simmons, Kiawah Ankh, Tia Hill, Vidal Simmons, Whisper Simmons, James (Tihate) Pryor, Elizabeth (Tyrone) Rogers, Tameka Pryor, Helen (Isaias) Hernandez and O'Shay Woods; and a host of uncles and aunts.

Henry was preceded in death by his grandmother, Elizabeth B. Bell; and a great-aunt, Mary L. Thomas.

Published by The Herald-Palladium on Nov. 17, 2021.
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Highland Avenue Seventh Day Adventist Church
2075 Highland Ave., Benton Harbor, MI
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Highland Avenue Seventh Day Adventist Church
2075 Highland Ave., Benton Harbor, MI
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Robbins Brothers Funeral Home - Benton Harbor
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I remember Henry fondly from Southside School where I was the secretary before I retired. Was always smiling! RIP Henry.
Sharon Prestine
November 17, 2021
Oh my gosh, I'm so sorry to hear this. We all loved Henry SO much. He was the sweetest young man. I'm so proud to say that I know him and I'm absolutely heart broken. Sending prayers to his family and wishing I had the words to make things better. Love to all. Mrs. Daniels
Barb Daniels, Southside School Secretary
November 17, 2021
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