Condolence From: Paul Buszka, Douglas, Michigan
Condolence: Allison. Very sorry to hear of your husband's passing. You and family are in my prayers.
Condolence From: Donna Runkle, Johnstown, OH
Condolence: Allison and Family,
Al and I are very sorry to hear about Henry and the difficult time you have gone through. Please don't hesitate to contact us if there is anything we can do to help. Could we pick up groceries or make household repairs or just be someone to talk with?
Donna Runkle and Al Dillenburg
Condolence From: Karl Stromeier, Upper Arlington, Ohio
Condolence: I have worked for Faith Mission for 12 years and in that time I know that Henry helped many of our hardest to house clients. His compassion for them and the extra things he did- like coming to pick them up to move them in, and helping them out if they were having difficulties was a shining light and an inspiration in the fight against trying to end homelessness. I also loved his sense of humor and how he made people feel like they mattered. He treated them with respect and dignity and did not judge them for being homeless. My sincere condolences to his family for their loss. Taken from us to soon, but not forgotten I know his legacy will live on.
Karl Stromeier, LSW
Condolence From: Harrison Dalby, Powell, Ohio
Condolence: Allison, I am so sorry to hear of your family's loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Condolence From: Alex Covert, Westerville, OH
Condolence: My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. I'll always remember Henry for his creative business and hobby ideas. I never saw him when he didn't say, "what do you think about this...[idea]". He was a dreamer and will surely be missed by all who knew him.
Condolence From: Kris Pfeifer, Madison, NJ
Condolence: Dear Allison and family,
We were so sorry to hear about Henry's passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers, and we send our love and condolences to you in this time of grief. Kris, Jeff, Dylan and Ryan Pfeifer
Condolence From: Connie Pack, Faith Mission
Condolence: Henry was a great asset to the Faith Mission Housing program and other agencies in the community that served those experiencing homelessness. Henry was caring and generous to those in need and genuinely wanted to help and make a difference. Over the 12 years I worked with Henry, housing people in his apartment units, I developed a great respect for him. I know his Legacy will continue on. I can't believe you're gone, my friend.
My deepest condolences to Allison and their children.
Condolence From: Sandra Mumaw, Mount vernon, Ohio
Condolence: I remember Henry from Hearthstone,when I worked there.
Henry was much too young,my sympathies and kind thoughts to his family and friends. Sandra Mumaw
Condolence From: Amie Brady, Granville, OH
Condolence: I am so sorry for your loss. The flower paperweight always reminds me of Henry and his obvious love for you. My thoughts are with you and your family.
Condolence From: Deborah Battleson, Pickerington, OH
Condolence: My heart goes out to you all -- much love and many hugs!
Condolence From: Mike Griffin, Shelbyville, Kentucky
Condolence: Allison, Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Henry, Megan and your entire family. So sorry for your loss.
Condolence From: Jessica Cicale, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Allison, my condolences to you and you're family and you will all be in my thoughts and prayers.
Condolence From: Janet Harrison, Westerville, OH
Condolence: Since the day I started to work at Faith Mission over 7 years ago, I heard about Henry and his passionate desire to help our clients, he was quite the advocate. I work closely with Connie Pack, and she always expressed how dedicated and faithful he was to the residents at Faith Mission. He was a very special landlord, I heard many stories about how Henry often went above and beyond what was required; he often provided transportation to appointments and provided additional support by linking clients with community resources. His sincere desire to help our clients was obvious to many, Well done Henry! Your kindness and dedication to Faith Mission will be remembered by staff and the clients you helped at Faith Mission.
Condolence From: Scott Tackett, Cortland, Ohio
Condolence: Our thoughts and prayers are with Henry, Megan and your entire family.
Condolence From: Kimberly, Patrick, Kathryn, Matthew, and Tim Shaffer, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Allison, Kaylee, and Little Henry: Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Henry had great stories, a ready smile, a zest for life, and made a difference in so many lives. Our best wishes to you.
Condolence From: Karen Wilson, Malta, Oh
Condolence: Mrs Kunze, Steven, Ben, Henry Jr, Kaylee and my dear friend Allison,
My heartfelt sympathies to each of you on the passing of Henry. He was far too young to leave us but he lived life to the fullest; always focusing on his family and others and always thinking forward. While he appreciated and enjoyed the past and traditions, he had a love of the future and technology and what it would bring next. He was the only person I knew that had a sun screen for the car windshield that could be used to charge a phone/computer. Henry appreciated and enjoyed his family and all the friends and acquaintances he met along his journey through life. Rest in peace, Henry. Memories of you will be cherished.
Condolence From: Ben Kresnye, Chesterland, Ohio
Condolence: Dear Aunt Elizabeth, Allison, my cousins Steve and Ben, and young Henry and Kaylee,
My deepest heartfelt sympathies on Henry's passing. As I read the obituary I was struck by two things: how little I knew of him as an adult (which is sad), and how much he cared (and did something) for those less fortunate (it felt so good to read that).
Cousin Ben and Diana
Condolence From: Kirk Kennard, Zanesville, Ohio
Condolence: Our condolences to Henry's entire family. Henry was a good friend and I will cherish the memories of growing up in Morgan County together.
Kirk Kennard and Family
Condolence From: Rita Zara, Westerville, OH
Condolence: He was one of a kind, always willing to help or give advice. The neighborhood will not be the same without him, he will be missed.
Condolence From: Nikki Tackett, Youngstown, Ohio
Condolence: My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family. May you find peace in your memories.
Condolence From: Julie Felter, Tiffin, Ohio
Condolence: Henry, Marc and I send our sympathy and our prayers to you and your family at this difficult time. Hugs to you and Megan!!
Condolence From: Tonja Schweickart, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: I feel honored to have known Henry. His passion for the homeless and veteran community was a force. He will be missed beyond words. He brightened so many lives. Condolences to his family.
Condolence From: Ted and Sue Crawford, Wooster, Ohio
Condolence: Allison, we send our deepest sympathies to you and your family in this time of grief. Cherish your memories of the best of times and rely on those happier days to get you through. Our best wishes to you and your children. Sue and Ted
Condolence From: Tim Patterson, Long Beach, CA
Condolence: Thoughts and Prayers to Henry’s entire family. As a fellow Entrepreneur I will remember fondly our 40 years of discussing business concepts and ideas. So glad I had one last impromptu visit in MoCo last month. RIP my friend.