Frank A. Henry, 62, of 1880 Cole Hill Road Pittsfield, Pa., passed away November 24, surrounded by his family.
He was born September 26, 1951 in Warren, Pa., to the late Wade and Josephine (Micklish) Henry. Frank was a Vietnam veteran serving in the U.S. Army. He was employed by McCreary Roofing and was a member of the Roofers Union local #210 Erie, Pa., Youngsville American Legion Post #658, where he was a founding member of their Honor Guard. He was also a member of the Valley 8 Pool League, the AmVets Club in Sugar Grove and the Lakewood Rod and Gun Club. He enjoyed spending time with his family, hunting, cutting firewood, riding his ATV and motorcycle and dancing with his family. Frank was the Steelers #1 fan and enjoyed the companionship of his dog, Lizzie.
Frank is survived by his loving wife, Rozanne (Bobbi) Henry, whom he married on November 2, 1974, his children, Desiree Henry (Kevin Dininny) of Youngsville, Chad (Michelle) Henry of Erie, Tammy (Tom) Gentz of Youngsville, Kelly (Mark) Hazeltine of Youngsville, Robert Steele of Erie, Brian (Sherry) Ringer of Garland, a brother, Jesse Henry of Youngsville, a sister, Lynnea Hebner (Roseanne) of Florida, a motherinlaw, Mildred Buerkle, a sisterinlaw, Marilyn (Larry) Hildum, a brotherinlaw, Edward (Wanda) Buerkle, his grandchildren, Jake (Cassie) Kowalski, Kyle Swart, Cale Crocker, Tawny Crocker, Jada Swart, Rickel Darling, Julia Hazeltine, Camille Steele, Sophia, Emma, Olivia Henry, 2 greatgrandchildren, Riley and Tyler Kowalski, 2 nieces, Tammy Maynard and Kimmy Robinson and 3 nephews, Richard Hebner, Wade Henry and Matthew Henry.
In addition to his parents, Frank was preceded in death by a brother, Wade Henry Jr. and his fatherinlaw, Edward Buerkle.
Friends will be received on Saturday (November 30) at the Evangelical United Methodist Church, 18 Second Street in Youngsville from 13pm, at which time a funeral service will then be held with the Rev. Ricky Nelson, Pastor of the First United/ EUM churches of Youngsville, officiating. Member of the Youngsville American Legion Honor Guard will provide full military honors at the church.
Burial will be private at the convenience of the family.
In Lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations be made to the Youngsville American Legion Honor Guard, C/O Youngsville American Legion, 12 North Main Street in Youngsville.
The Nelson Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Youngsville has been in charge with all arrangements.
Condolences to the family may be made at www.nelsonfuneralhome.net.