Eternal memory. Eternal memory. Grant to your servant, O Lord, blessed repose and eternal memory.
August 17, 1943 – October 25, 2010. He will be missed, not only by his family, but by many others in Indiana.
Oh so sorry to hear about your dad. I will keep his soul and your family in my prayers tonight
Even though we have clashed, Henry, I offer you my sincere condolences and prayers for your father’s eternal rest. I hope you reach to your friends for company and comfort.
Kyrie Eleison. *tear*
Prayers and condolences, Henry. Eternal memory.
My deepest sympathies.
Thank you everyone. Keep those prayers coming!
Henry, I am so saddened to read this news of your Father’s death. My prayers are with you, your family and your Father. I know that he has given you the courage and strength to face this hurting world and offer in your writings the solution of love that cures all hurt. May you and your family have that abundant love. Ron
I’m so sorry Henry.
I’m so sorry Henry. Prayers.
May he rest in peace Henry. You have my prayers and thoughts, my friend.
Thank you again, everyone.
I plan to put whatever memorials I find for my father in here — for anyone interested, but also for my own remembrance.
This is another testimony of his character:
Henry, I am so sorry for your loss. I pray for your father’s rest and peace and for comfort, peace and consolation for all of you who loved him. God bless.
Many condolences, Henry.
With deep sympathy. The repose of your dad’s soul is in our prayers today.
I’m sorry, Henry, may perpetual light shine upon him!
From last Sunday, Psalm 34:18 – “The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.”
“Be merciful to me, O LORD, for I am in distress, my eyes grow weak with sorrow, my soul and my body with grief.” (Psalm 31:9)
Henry, So sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers. Just remember, friends are the pillars on your porch.
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This is how my father’s death is reported by the law school he taught at. He has been a very important member of the community.
Indianapolis Star on my dad.
From one who knew him in the law school, showing what made my father stand apart.
Two more articles on him. He touched so many
I am very sorry about this. I knew he was interested in writing a book, and now it will never be written. My prayers are with him, with you, and with your family. I will see you at the funeral.
Yes, I know he had a few book ideas. There is hope some of them might be taken up and written in his honor.
Thank you again, and see you Friday.
I’m so sorry, Henry. May perpetual light shine on him.
Sorry to hear this, Henry. He has my prayers.
My condolences and prayers, Henry.
Nice tributes, Henry.
This one has to be added:
And once again, thanks everyone.
Sorry to hear about your loss, Henry. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.