Rest in Peace | Harold L. Henley

The whole WWN family offers our deepest condolences to Harold's family, and the other many local folks whom he befriended and shared passions with. He will be greatly missed.

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"On Tuesday, January 15, 2013, Rockport lost one of its most beloved, debonair bachelors, and “all round man about town,” Harold L. Henley, after a long battle with cancer. He was 84 years young.

He was born in Dallas, on July 6, 1928 to his three older siblings, Stacy Quincy (S.Q.), Marie, and Mildred, and their parents, Walter and Minna Henley.

Harold attended Adamson High School in Dallas where he graduated as his class vice president in 1945. No doubt a title that was fitting for his personality. In 1947 he met and married the mother of his three children, Gary, Beverly and Donald. Full text via the Rockport Pilot >>
As it would have been Harold’s desire, the family requests that in lieu of floral tributes, contributions be made in Harold’s name to the Aransas-­‐San Patricio Master Gardeners, 892 Airport Rd., Rockport, 78382.

(This sad news shared with the WWN by Jackie Hattenbach)

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