Home  | About  | Contact

Vergil Gerald Henry

Born: Sat., Aug. 24, 1935
Died: Mon., Sep. 30, 2019


Family to do services at later date


Print Obituary   Home Page All Obituaries

Music by The Piano Brothers


Mr. Vergil Gerald Henry passed away September 30, 2019 at the Stettler Health Hospital and Care Centre at the age of 84 years.  Vergil was born August 24, 1935 in St. Rose du Lac, Manitoba to parents Mel and Bertha Henry
Vergil is survived by his wife Cecile Henry of Mirror; son Garth (Luci) of Clive and their children Lucienne and BreAnnah; daughter Carol Williams of Red Deer and their son Mitchell (Megan) – their children Cecilia and Lucas of BC and daughter Yvette of Red Deer and her children Xander, Xnox and Nash; sister in law Kathleen Henry of Manitoba and her children Christopher and Rachel; other family and friends.
Vergil is predeceased by his parents Mel and Bertha Henry, daughter Janet, brother Archie Henry and other family gone on before.
Family services will be held at a later date.  Memorial donations may be made to the Stettler Health Services Foundation ~ Palliative Care Room

  View/Sign the Condolence Book

Click the button to generate a printable document containing all condolences submitted

Condolence Booklet

Garth Henry
   Posted Tue October 08, 2019
As a child you can never be expected to grasp the sacrifices and commitments your parents have made for you daily. You can never appreciate what they have given up or dreams they have forgotten to give you a life of opportunity and hope. Vergil gave up his first car (1957 ford meteor) to get a bigger car for his young family, moved away from his home and family (Sheregrove MB) to provide for his own family and help out his parents on the farm, spent months away from his young family building a career and lost his oldest daughter 1979 and wasn’t there to hold her hand one last time. To some, you measure a man by his wealth and others his accolades or degrees and others there achievements. For me its a special blend of integrity, honesty, loyalty, faith, commitment and honour that is the true separation of who a man is and what a man has done. At 84yrs Dad lost his battle to cancer which was a result of acid reflux...go figure, of everything else that could have taken his life it ends up being acid reflux due to silent heartburn..speechless. Vergil never really asked for a lot, a simply conversation or an afternoon visit to catch up and sometimes a strong back but that was very rare. During his final days he never let on that he was in pain or wanted to burden anyone with his condition or desperation, he simply wanted to live out his final days with the person that gave his life meaning...his wife of 58yrs. From your weekly calls to check in to your fatherly advice regarding all matters of life you will be missed and as that child who is now a man and also a father your shoes fit quite comfortably thanks to everything you’ve taught me over my life. Thank you dad and enjoy your next journey to wherever you roam and hope to see you riding that that brad new JD lawnmower you always wanted...love you always.

Reena & Dave Normandale
   Posted Tue October 15, 2019
Thinking of You, Cecile, and Your Family,
Our sincere condolences, love and hugs, go out to you all.
I have fond memories when my family visited The Henry's in Sheregrove. There was always a happy and warm welcome from such a loving family. This tradition of close family ties continued in your family...a wonderful legacy.
Peace Be With You All,
Reena (Henry) & Dave Normandale

Copyright © 2019 Stettler Funeral Home & Crematorium. All Rights Reserved.    | Website by CFS |