In Memory of


Wayne Henry

Visitation

Wednesday March 31st from 4-7 pm. Please see the funeral notice to register your preferred time

Service

Invitational service on Thursday April 1st, 2021

Charles Wayne Henry passed away at home with his family by his side on Friday, March 26 at the age of 70. He will be forever missed by his wife of 47 years, Jill (nee Curtis), son Lee (Brooke Robertson) and daughter Lori (Justin Keba). He was the best Grampa/Pop to Camden, Shayla, Hayden, Ryan and Cullen. Wayne was predeceased by his sister Kathryn and her husband Walter Kreppner. He will be greatly missed by his siblings Paul (Deanna) and Jane Henry. Wayne was well loved by Jill’s family: Marilyn (the late Sandy) Sandstrom, the late Rosemary (Jim) Thomas, Howard (Jackie) Curtis, Jackie (Warren) Jackson and Christine (Peter) Doner. He was adored by many nieces, nephews, extended family, good friends and golf buddies.
Wayne was born in Brantford on July 3, 1950 to Jim and Mary (Morwick) Henry. He spent his early childhood in Lynden and then moved to Thornhill where he attended Thornhill Secondary School. In 1977, Wayne and Jill moved to the house they built near Tottenham and soon after he started his own HVAC company, York Simcoe Refrigeration.
Wayne spent most of his life involved in sports. He played baseball, hockey, curling and golf and coached Lee’s baseball and hockey teams. In recent years he spent much of his free time in the stands watching his grandkid’s activities. He was always their #1 fan.
Wayne was always content spending hours on his tractor cutting the grass, tending to his vegetable garden, working in his shop and teaching his grandkids how to make and fix things. He also enjoyed travelling, including his annual golf trip to Arizona. His time in Holland, Ireland and the Caribbean were among his favourite vacations.
We would like to send our sincere thanks to Barb and Dr. Nishikawa for the compassion and care they provided while Wayne was at home.
The family will receive friends at Rod Abrams Funeral Home, Tottenham, on Wednesday March 31st, 2021. Visitation times will be set by Reserved Groups of 40 attendees per session. Visitation session times are: 4:00pm – 4:30pm, 4:45 – 5:15pm, 5:30 – 6:00pm, 6:15 – 6:45 pm (with 15 minutes intervals of cleaning/sanitization). All Attendees must reserve a time by registering here or by calling the Funeral Home at 905-936-3477 to reserve their visitation time during one of those set periods. Following pandemic protocols all attendees must wear a face mask covering the nose and mouth, respect social distancing requirements, and should only attend if they do not have a fever, cough, or any Covid symptoms. An invitational memorial service will be held in the chapel on Thursday April 1st, 2021. For those who wish, donations in Wayne’s memory to Canadian Tire Jumpstart or the Alliston and District Humane Society would be appreciated by the family. www.RodAbramsFuneralHome.com

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Memorial Tribute

“Wayne Henry”
  1. Garry and Mary Wiley wrote:

    So very sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing May Our thoughts and prayers give you comfort and strength in this very difficult time. Deepest Sympathy Garry & Mary

  2. Sarah McCarron wrote:

    My heart felt condolences to The Henry Family. Wayne will be missed by many. Taken too soon from his family, that he adored.

  3. Lori Cadeau(Slauenwhite) wrote:

    Sending my deepest condolences. So sorry for your loss.Thinking of you all during this hard time.

  4. Sheila and Steve Walker wrote:

    Lori, Justin, Hayden, Ryan and family. Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  5. Donna Wilson wrote:

    Deepest sympathy from the Wilson family

  6. Barry and Linda Matson wrote:

    Our sincere sympathy to all the Henry family.Seems so many years ago we had the get togethers with you and the Curtis clan.

  7. Ed and Trudy Balko wrote:

    Deepest sympathy to the entire family. Thinking of you during this difficult time.

  8. Sharon Dorney wrote:

    Very sorry for your loss
    Wayne was such a fun person and will be greatly missed

  9. Kelly, Joanne & Nicholas DeGurse wrote:

    Our deepest sympathies to the entire family. We will greatly miss our best cottage neighbor and friend.

  10. Lou and Melinda Schnalzer wrote:

    We will hold you and your family in our thoughts, with sympathy.

  11. Don Douglas wrote:

    Thinking of the entire family, Wayne was always such a great guy and will be missed, so sorry for the loss and sending our condolences…

  12. Wayne Wheeler wrote:

    I can hear Wayne’s subtle laugh. So very sorry for your loss. Prayers and thoughts for increasing strength and comfort to Jill, Lee, Lori and extended family. Wayne Henry will always be remembered with admiration.

  13. Kellestine Family wrote:

    Our sincere condolences from the Kellestine family. In our thoughts and prayers

  14. Brendan Van Ry wrote:

    Thinking of the entire henry family in these trying times. Wayne always reminded me of my father. Always joking laughing and poking fun making life more enjoyable. They made each other better people and were always there for each other. My dad calls him his brother from another mother. Already sadly missed. So sorry for the loss.

  15. Gladys Fieldhouse wrote:

    Sincere condolences Jill and family. Miss the get togethers with the Curtis families and the Thomases,

  16. Earl and Marg Groombridge wrote:

    Jill and family
    Our sincere sympathies .May all your great memories carry you through this tough time

    Earl and Marg

  17. Bonnie O’Hara wrote:

    Jill & family. Sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing. My thoughts & prayers are with you.

  18. Keba Family wrote:

    We are so sorry to learn that Wayne passed away. He was always a nice friendly person whenever we saw him. He was such a great grandfather to Hayden and Ryan. They were very lucky to have Wayne as a role model. We are thinking of all of you and share your sorrow. Shawn, Alice, Avery and Maggie Keba.

  19. Jim and Lorene Morwick wrote:

    Lorene and I would like to offer our condolences to Wayne’s family. As one of Wayne’s first cousins I remember him well as a child.

  20. Shelley Robertson wrote:

    Sending my sincere sympathies. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone at this time. Wayne will truly be missed by all…..

  21. Kevin Holmes wrote:

    Jill and family, we are very saddened to hear of Wayne’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this tough time. Kevin, Stephanie, Cale and Leanne Holmes.

  22. Art Sagert wrote:

    To the Henry Family
    Thinking of you with our deepest sympathy. Enjoyed playing ball and hockey with Wayne. Always a gentelemen.
    Art and Mary

  23. Ann Mason wrote:

    My heart goes out to you and your family. Sharing in your sadness as you remember your lost loved one.

  24. Glen Teskey/Silvia Teskey wrote:

    Our most sincere condolences to the Henry family upon Wayne’s passing. He will be missed and I have very fond memories of our many golf games and his friendship. Glen & Silvia

  25. Peter Shmagola wrote:

    To the Henry Family
    I am very saddened to hear of Wayne’s passing. Enjoyed our time golfing in the Old Timers tourney. He had a great sense of humor and a kind gentleman.

  26. John Archibald wrote:

    Jill, Lee and Lori
    So sorry and very saddened to learn of Wayne’s passing. He has been a good friend for many, many, years going back to our softball years in the 60’s. When he started his business he did all of his printing and advertising with my company Simcoe-York Printing and I never had anyone else look at my heating and air conditioning for my building in Beeton. Be strong and cherish your memories.

  27. John and Terry Snider wrote:

    Sincere condolences to Jill and family. Always a pleasure to be in the company of you both. Wayne’s hearty laugh was contagious and he will be greatly missed. We will be thinking of you, and and your family, and will tip a wee dram in Wayne’s honour.

  28. Ginny & Ivor Cathcart wrote:

    Dear Jill & family, we are so very sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing. We sure had fun playing cards with you both and so enjoyed Wayne’s company. Holding you close at this very difficult time.

  29. Ed and Lyn Robinson wrote:

    Jill, Lee and Lori,
    We are so sorry and sad to hear of Wayne’s passing.
    Thinking of you at this difficult time.

  30. Wayne & Ann Caldwell wrote:

    We are sorry for your loss and send our deepest sympathy to the Henry family. Wayne will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

  31. Cheryl & Lawrence Vienneau wrote:

    Dear Jill & Family
    We were very saddened to hear of Wayne’s passing. He always had a smile on his face. We are thinking of you at this most difficult time.

  32. Barb Rowley wrote:

    Jill and family,
    Bev Wray and family would like to pass on their sincere condolences in the passing of Wayne. May he rest in peace. Our thoughts and prayers to you all in this difficult time!

  33. Linda Bullock wrote:

    Jill, my deepest condolences to you and your family. I will miss running into Wayne on the golf course.

  34. Paul and Deanna Henry wrote:

    On his last birthday I remember calling him an ‘old fart’, as he had turned 70. Now that he has gone, I realize just how young he was. His constant good humor is now history. Thankfully our memories of him will last beyond my lifetime. Our kids share a special affinity with Unc. For Wayne’s family we send support and condolences. We look forward to future celebrations of his life.

  35. Laura Clouthier wrote:

    Jill, Lee and Lori we are so saddened to hear about Waynes passing (always Mr.Henry to me) He was always smiling and always took the time at the rink to ask how we were doing how my in-laws were,and how the boys were. We will miss seeing his smiling face at the rink and ball diamond

  36. Carl and Linda Tiveron wrote:

    Jill,Lee and Lori, and family.
    We were devastated to hear about Wayne’s passing. I’ll always remember the great golf games I had with Wayne. Lots of fun and good laughs, especially on the 19 th hole. One of the good guys, he will be sadly missed. Our thoughts and sympathy to you all at this difficult time.
    CArl and Linda, Maple Leaf

  37. Becky Weidman wrote:

    I was deeply saddened to hear of Wayne’s passing. I will remember our phone conversations about work, that turned into joking and catching up. He was one of a kind that is for sure. Thinking of your family at this difficult time. From your buddy at Electro Freeze East Moline.

  38. Linda Baker wrote:

    My deepest condolences, Jill, Lee, Lori and family. Thoughts and prayers ion your courageous journey ahead.

  39. Lorrie, Steve, G, Mitchell Sydney Ingram wrote:

    Lee,Brooke,Cam,Shayla,Cullen and Family

    We are so sorry to hear about your dad/Papa. What an amazing tribute to him. Such a wonderful man.
    Sending our deepest sympathy during this difficult time.
    Biggest Hugs

    Love Lorrie, Steve, Greg, Mitch and Sydney Ingram xoxo

  40. Lorrie, Steve, Greg, Mitch and Sydney Ingram wrote:

    Lee, Brooke, Cam, Shayla, Cullen and Family

    We are so sorry to hear about your dad/Papa. What an amazing tribute to him. Such a wonderful man.

    We are sending our deepest condolences and big hugs to you all during this difficult time.

    Love Lorrie, Steve, Greg, Mitch and Sydney Ingram xoxo

  41. Ed & Anne-Marie Hopkins wrote:

    Jill, Lori, Lee and family. What a great loss you have had! We all enjoyed Wayne’s unique personality. The genuine love he had for his friends and family. Remembering all the great times makes it more difficult to accept his passing. Love to all Ed & Anne-Marie

  42. marc ronan wrote:

    Sincere Condolences from the Ronan Family

  43. Candace & Mike Walmsley wrote:

    We are extremely sorry for your loss and are sending comforting hugs to all of your family.

    We hope you feel surrounded by love.

  44. Paige Comis wrote:

    We are very saddened by Wayne’s passing. He was both a great friend and business associate. Always a pleasure to be around.He will be sorely missed.
    Our deepest condolences to Jill, Lee, Lori and family.
    Paige and Marlene Comis

  45. Rick & Sylvia Hjelholt wrote:

    We were very sad to hear of Wayne’s passing, sincere condolences to his family. Have memories of fun times playing and watching baseball together.

  46. Helen Cross wrote:

    Dear Jill and family. So saddened to hear of Wayne’s passing. He sure was one of the good guys and he will be missed. Wishing you strength and great memories of the good times.
    HUGS Helen

  47. Tom Bulloch wrote:

    It has been an honor to know Wayne and be a small part of his life for the past 30 or so years. My thoughts go out to his family . He left an amazing legacy and will be sorely missed. Tom & Michael Bulloch

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