ForeverMissed

Born on 28th May 1945 in Liverpool. The middle child of Harry & Annie. Henry had an older brother Billy, and a younger sister, Rose.

Henry McHarron was a popular man.

Everybody liked him. He was funny, generous, caring, family orientated but more importantly; he was my Dad.

Most of Henry's working life was spent as a driver. He had many jobs and was always busy. He had a strong work ethic.

He lived most of his life in and around Liverpool. He married Chrissie in 1965 and had 3 children; Neil, Lynne & Claire.

Posted by Lynne McHarron on June 21, 2020
Love always.

Love Lynne xxx
Posted by Claire McHarron on May 28, 2020
Thinking of you today
On your 75th Birthday and always.

Lots of love from
Claire x x x x x x x


Posted by Lynne McHarron on May 28, 2020
75 Today

Lots of love always.

Love Lynne xxx
Posted by Claire McHarron on April 23, 2020
13 years today.
Always loved.
Always missed.
Still heartbroken.

Love Claire x x x
Posted by Lynne McHarron on April 23, 2020
13 Years today

Sending all my love to my dad.

Love Lynne xxx
Posted by Claire McHarron on December 25, 2019
Thinking of you today & every day.

Love Claire x x x
Posted by Lynne McHarron on December 25, 2019
Forever loved and missed.
Love Lynne xxx
Posted by Lynne McHarron on November 3, 2019
Love always.
Love Lynne xxx


Posted by Claire McHarron on June 23, 2019
Thinking of you always & forever.
Love Claire x x x x x
Posted by Lynne McHarron on June 16, 2019
Love always,
Love Lynne xxx
Posted by Lynne McHarron on May 28, 2019
"Justice delayed is justice denied"
Posted by Lynne McHarron on May 28, 2019
74 Today
Love Lynne xxx
Posted by Claire McHarron on April 23, 2019
Thinking of you always.
Especially today.
Lots of Love
Claire x x x
Posted by Lynne McHarron on April 23, 2019
I think of you every day.
Love always.
Lynne xxx
Posted by Lynne McHarron on April 21, 2019
Love always.
Love Lynne xxx
Posted by Lynne McHarron on February 14, 2019
Love Lynne xxx
Posted by Lynne McHarron on February 2, 2019
Love Lynne xxx
Posted by Claire McHarron on February 2, 2019
Love from Claire x x x

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Posted by Lynne McHarron on June 21, 2020
Love always.

Love Lynne xxx
Posted by Claire McHarron on May 28, 2020
Thinking of you today
On your 75th Birthday and always.

Lots of love from
Claire x x x x x x x


Posted by Lynne McHarron on May 28, 2020
75 Today

Lots of love always.

Love Lynne xxx
his Life

Saturday 21st April 2007 ~ The beginning of a nightmare.

The majority of Henry's working life had been spent as a driver. He was forced into early retirement due to ill health. This did not suit him. He kept himself busy in numerous ways throughout his retirement and in 2007 he decided to help out an acquaintance who had a newspaper delivery round. The shift started at 1am and finished at roughly 7am.

The delivery route took in various shops, petrol stations & convenience stores. One of the drop off points was a shop in an area of Liverpool called Warbreck Moor.

It would seem whilst at Warbreck Moor, Henry became aware that he was possibly being followed. He had noticed a 'dark coloured saloon' style car en route. The next stop was a petrol station, Henry decided not to fulfil this delivery instead he carried on to the next stop on the route, Stopgate convenience Store. Situated on Stopgate Lane, in a very busy area of Liverpool.

Stopgate Lane, Liverpool

Henry arrived at the convenience store at around 6:02am. The delivery van he was driving was a FORD DAILY IVECO with the registration number MX05 OKO.

The shop has a security box outside in order for drivers to safely deliver the days order in all weathers before the shop has opened.

Henry had driven the van onto the pavement, near the security box, opened the sliding side door of the van and began unloading the papers from the van to put into the security box.

As Henry was working in the back of the van (the sliding door opens on the opposite side to the drivers side of the vehicle) a man, roughly in his late twenties to early thirties, approached from the opposite side of the road, got into the drivers side of the van and proceeded to drive away.

The shock and jolt of the van being driven away unexpectedly caused Henry to fall from the moving vehicle. He fell through the open side door and hit his head on the pavement.

What could seem to be an unfortunate turn of events here are clearly not.

Henry was followed on the delivery route.

The perpetrator did not stop after realising somebody had fallen from a moving vehicle.

DCI Ian Mulcahy of Merseyside Police said "An element of planning had gone into this. Mr McHarron was a family man who was not involved in crime".

21st - 23rd April 2007

Henry was attended to by some passers by on Stopgate Lane. Apparently one of them was attempting first aid whilst the other was phoning for help.

Henry was taken to Fazakerley Hospital a short distance away from where this happened.

We (his family) were notified by a policeman that there had been a road traffic collision (it later emerged what had really happened) and it was believed that Henry was involved. We were told to get to the hospital as soon as possible.

When we arrived at the critical care unit of Fazakerley hospital, Henry had already undergone a brain scan and was in a coma.

We were informed that the outlook was very bleak as the injuries he had sustained where so horrific..................

We stayed with him in the hospital but there was no response from him at all. It was heart breaking and devastating to witness.

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