ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Henry McPhee. He was born on March 6, 1963 and left this earth on December 17, 2018. Henry leaves behind his beloved daughter, Alexandra M. McPhee, his biggest pride and joy, and Alexandra's mother, Mrs. Elsie White, his friend and former wife. He is predeceased by his father, Robert A. McPhee, and his mother, Jenny M. McPhee. He served in the U.S. Army as a telecommunications engineer and pursued that career throughout his life. He also enjoyed creative writing, art design, and robotics. For those who were his friends, we honor his life by pursuing our passions each day with as much gusto as Henry did throughout his whole life. Henry will always be very missed, loved and never forgotten.

Posted by Elsie White on March 6, 2020
Love you now, and love you always. Happy Birthday in Heaven. We miss you still and things will never be the same without you, now and forever. Until I see you again...
Friends first and always.
Posted by Elsie White on March 6, 2019
Happy Birthday in Heaven. R.I.P.

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Posted by Elsie White on March 6, 2020
Love you now, and love you always. Happy Birthday in Heaven. We miss you still and things will never be the same without you, now and forever. Until I see you again...
Friends first and always.
Posted by Elsie White on March 6, 2019
Happy Birthday in Heaven. R.I.P.
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Shared by Eve Anderson on March 16, 2019

i'm heart-broken that you're gone, and hope you know how dearly loved you were. you live on through the art you've inspired in those around you


thank you for everything

For Lloyd Henry by Anonymous: posted by EW for Anonymous

Shared by Elsie White on March 15, 2019

Watching the rainbows Spiraling on the wall – as the crystal turns in the sunlight

Dancing colors, so beautiful and free
I think of your Spirit, in the good times… Light, airy and fun – So strong, creative, caring and truly beautiful—
When the darkness did not hold you!!
Little voices, singing, jokes and tenderness – How could this light spirit have been trapped in such darkness?
Dancing now The artist, creator and Great Warrior In colors Spiraling as the crystal turns--
Free in colors-- You leave beauty Forever In the hearts of those who loved you.