Thornton M. Henry ’62

Thornton Montagu Henry, 75, of West Palm Beach, Florida went to be with his Loving Father, on Saturday, July 7, 2018. He was surrounded by his family and supported by the prayers of his community. “Tim” was born in Bermuda to Otis and Barbara Henry. He attended Washington and Lee University for his A.B and J.D. as well as Georgetown University for his LL.M. He worked at Jones, Foster, Johnston and Stubbs as a trust and estate attorney. He also was a published author and participated in over 30 mission trips. He was actively involved in numerous philanthropic endeavors, The Order of St. John, A Place of Hope and Urban Youth Impact were just some of the ones that he held dear. He adored travel, gardening and most of all spending time with family. He is survived by his wife of 46, Ann, his daughter Ruth Keyes, his sons, Brad and John Henry as well as their spouses, Chris, Ashley and Monica, 12 grandchildren and his brother Gordon Henry ’66.

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  1. If there was an ad for Williston it would have been tim Henry. He was the living ideal of a secondary school.

    At our 50th I spent some time w tim. He actually flew in to reunion. But had to leave early to go on one of his “missions”. And they were what he wanted to talk about most.

    I was impressed by the number of our classmates who had connections with their churches. They were into all sorts of giving back. And tim was one of those.

    Williston folks do some pretty good things!! RIP Tim Henry.

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