- 60 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 30, 1954
- Date of passing: Jan 25, 2015
|Let the memory of SFC Ret K.T. be with us forever|
Dr. K. T. Henry, II of Columbus passed away Sunday, January 25, 2015 at St. Francis Hospital. He was 60 years of age.
The Homegoing Celebration will be held Friday, January 30, 2015 at 12 noon at the Cusseta Road Church of Christ with interment Ft. Mitchell National Cemetery. Minister Elliott C. Glasgow will officiate.
Visitation is Thursday beginning at 2:00 p.m. with Family Hour from 5 til 6:00 p.m. at the funeral home.
The family will receive friends at 4809 Atterbury Drive. Everyone is asked to assemble at the Church Friday at 11:45 a.m.
Arrangements by Progressive Funeral Home, Inc. "A Touch of Dignity for Those Who Care." www.progressivefuneralhome.com
""To The Henry Family"
Today is K.T.'s birthday and I just wanted to pause and say a special prayer for you as we all remember this awesome young man. I think of him often and I really miss him. I will never forget him and the life-experiences that we shared.
May God bless you,
Robert Turner, SHS 1972"
"To the family of Dr. Turnet
Having received the notice that one of Spencer classmates had passed, it brought home that precious time is passing for all of us. It made me reflect on the good times we had at Spencer and the years we all had together. Although time is moving and we are all aging I hope hope we can cone together for the all class reunion at Spencer to reflect on our years there..While I have not kept up with so many of us , in memory of Dr. K T iwould love for us yo bring old picture and share stories. .Thanks for the memories K T.
"SFC Henry was a great soldier and a nice guy. I dealt with him on several occasions when he worked at DSCC.
"To the Henry Family,
Please know that I share your loss as K.T. was very special to me. He was my classmate and my teammate, but most of all, he was my friend. Much of what I learned during my formative years was learned while exploring life adventures along with him. Therefore, a lot of what I have done and accomplished can be attributed to the life-guiding principles and foundation that we developed during those times. I will certainly miss KT; however, I will never forget him and the impact that he made on my life. May he rest in peace and may God's all-comforting peace be with you."
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