August 27, 1946 - February 18, 2012
He married his first wife Rose in 1976 and they had their first child Juliette the same year. Two years after that, they moved to the United States in pursuit of better opportunities.
In July, 2008 he was diagnosed with Esophageal Cancer. He underwent surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. Although this was a very difficult time for Henry he never complained and endured stoically, as was his nature. He retired shortly after his treatment and bought a house in Georgia with the plans of moving there when his health improved. During his time at home, his wife and kids enjoyed his cooking (often telling him that he should open a restaurant), watching movies with him and listening to his corny jokes. He was also the only living person to play every single possible combination of FreeCell.
On February 18, 2012, he passed away from complications caused by congestive heart failure. He was surrounded by his wife and kids.
Likes: Sleep, Soup, Wii Bowling, The Drifters, Talk Radio, Action Movies, Politics, Cooking, Singing, FreeCell, Saying "Do what?", Tea, Mahjong, Pepsi, and Badminton.
Dislikes: Any news channel that isn't Fox News, Anything too salty, a TV on low volume, throwing anything away, and any dairy products except a Frosty.