Timothy Henry
Timothy Henry

Obituary of Timothy D. Henry

Timothy Donald Henry, 59, of Le Roy, NY passed away peacefully on March 1st after a brief unexpected battle from cancer. Just like he dealt with all experiences in life, Tim managed his illness with strength and grace, and wanted to spend as much time with his loved ones as possible. On his final day, he was surrounded by his children, who he adored more than anything else in the world.

     Predeceased by his loving partner and mother to his children, Deanna Heale, 51 who also passed away from cancer.

     Survived by his children Tim (Krystal), Tyler, Jessie (Henry), Aaron, Jeff. Also his grandchildren, Gabe, Avery, Maddox, & Maelee. His dog companion, Andy, his mother, Sharon Thompson, siblings; Chris, Carol, Lisa, Courtney, Tammy, nieces and nephews.

     One of Tim's biggest accomplishments was being a father. His children, Tim, Tyler, Jessie, Aaron, & Jeff called their dad a superhero, and even as adults, still see him that way. He was always there for them through their ups and downs, and taught them to enjoy every moment life has to offer. He was a family man through and through. There was nothing he cherished more than spending time with his children and grandchildren. He always said his grandchildren were like rays of sunshine. He loved his dog Andy.  We have never known a man so caring and devoted. Tim was also a great friend, he held onto his friends for life. He loved being outdoors, reading, tending to his gardens he grew with his love, cooking, baking, and bird watching. He was a big fan of the Bills, the Yankees, Sabres, and Tottenham Hotspur.

Tim always had a smile on his face and it was contagious! He had a way of lighting up any room he walked in to.

     To respect Tim's wishes, we will not be having a funeral service. The family will be arranging a Celebration of Life at a later date with details to follow.

A Memorial Tree was planted for Timothy
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Falcone Family Funeral & Cremation Service
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