of Bronxville, NY passed away October 23, 2016 after a brief illness. Born November 6, 1921 in Lowell, MA, he served with distinction in World War II in the European theater as part of the 289th Combat Engineers division of the United States Army. A graduate of Bates College and Harvard Business School, he spent the bulk of his career at Conoco (now ConocoPhillips) where he headed up departments in planning and philanthropy. Henry was an avid hiker, tennis player and oenophile and donated to a wide range of charitable causes during his lifetime. He was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret Terry Corey (former EVP of The Educational Records Bureau) and daughter Dr. Phair T. Corey. Henry and Margaret met in Washington, DC in the 1940s while both were completing Public Affairs internships with the U.S. government. Survived by daughter Anne Corey of New York, NY.
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Published by New York Times on Nov. 6, 2016.