Louise Henry, a longtime resident of Winter Park, passed quietly at the age of 100 on March 12, 2019. She was originally from Youngwood, PA and lived in the Pittsburgh area before coming to Florida in 1955. She was married to Leonard F. Henry, Jr. for 68 years before his passing in 2009. She had been a resident of Westminster Winter Park retirement center for the past 6 years where she was blessed with many friends and a closeness with many staff.
She is survived by a son, Leonard Henry III and his wife Virginia, of Brandon, FL and a daughter, Sharyn Caudell and her husband Ken, of Durham, NC; three grandchildren – Anne-Michele Oliver, Stephen Henry and his wife Vickie and Susanna Sonnenberg and her husband Robb plus two great granddaughters – Allison Henry and Arielle Sonnenberg.
She had been an active church member all of her life and most recently attended the Winter Park Presbyterian Church. She assisted her husband in his real estate business efforts while raising her own family. She put great emphasis on education and lived to see her children and grandchildren all graduate from college with both great granddaughters now on a college track.
She will be missed by all who knew her.
Graveside services will be held at Winter Park Cemetery at 10:00 AM on Monday, March 18th. Arrangements are being handled by the Highland Funeral Home of Apopka, FL
Our Sympathy to all the Family
Bob and Carol Gettemy
Holly Gettemy Kitchen and Addie (age 11)
Shawn and Heather Gettemy and Family : Gabrielle and Trevor Pardula, Ethan, Fiona (24, 20, 14)
Bob and Carol Gettemy and familyGreensburg, PA, PA
We are going to miss you, Aunt Louise. You are the last of a generation and the last of the 4 siblings (Chuck, Walt, Ruth, and Louise). You have always been kind to Bob and especially me, an in-law. We shared so many phone chats over many years.
Much love to your family as they prepare your path.
Bob and Carol Gettemy
Bob and Carol GettemyGreensburg, PA
Her family is her legacy. What a blessing!
Love to all of you,
Janice BerkleyKnoxville, TN
Grandma, I love you and will miss you.
Susanna SonnenbergPittsburgh, PA