Richard “Dick” Henry, age 63, of Indian Lake Shores, Ohio passed away Friday, August 1, 2014. Dick was employed with White Castle/PSB for 32 years. A member of the Eagle and Moose Lodges of Indian Lake. Preceded in death by his dad, William D. Henry; mom, Sylvia Irene Henry; brothers, Robert and John Henry; niece, Carla Henry. Survived by the love of his life, Nancy and her daughters, Tina, Teresa and Tara; Nancy’s grandchildren, Tony, Christian, Taylor, Kristin, Garrett and Alyssa; brother, Tom Henry; sister, Martha Marcom; nieces, Kelly, Macy, Riley and Jenny; nephews, Tracy, Troy, Earl, Michael Jr. and Devin. Visitation will be held Monday, August 4th from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the MORELAND FUNERAL HOME 55 East Schrock Road, Westerville where a service will be held Tuesday at 11:00 a.m.. Dr. David Hogg officiating. Interment Blendon Central Cemetery. Contributions may be made in memory of Dick’s mother, Sylvia Irene, to Alzheimer’s Association, Central Ohio Chapter 1379 Dublin Road, Columbus, OH 43215.
michelle habig douridas - Aug 5, 2014
I would like to send my condolences to the friends and family of Dick Henry. I haven’t seen him in about ten years, but I will never forget that laugh or smile. I used to bartend at Flanagan’s from 1993 to 2000. He had a sincere heart and he could light up a room with his laugther. He could always make you smile and always had something funny to say. My thoughts are with all of you as you lay him to rest on this beautiful morning. Rest in peace, Dick Henry !!
Linda Hash - Aug 4, 2014
I am so shocked and sorry to hear about the passing of Dick. He was such and nice and considerate man and these days that is a combination that is hard to find. My sister and I met Dick as he is a neighbor behind our parents home (Joe and Dell Hall). He was always thoughtful and kind to our mother Dell who is in a wheel chair. Once in a while he would sit with her while Joe ran errands and he would make her root beer floats. When my sister Teri and I were helping our parents mow the grass, Dick and Nancy would all of sudden appear with the mower and assist us. One time Dick saw us mowing and let us use his riding lawn mower. He knew my sister loved cherry tomatoes and brought her over a tub full. He was just the nicest person and will be sadly and greatly missed by all that had the pleasure and honor of meeting and associating with him.