Larry Gregory Henry Jr., 53, died Monday, July 4, 2022 at his home in Rochester.
Greg was born on January 19, 1969 in Cherry Point, NC (military base) to Beverly A. Crawford and Larry G. Henry Sr. He also lived in Slidell, LA and New Orleans, LA. He was married to Shelly Henry and later divorced.
Greg loved cooking, hunting, fishing, playing chess, talking, watching sports, gardening, making everyone smile, having family time, teaching, and golfing.
Greg is survived by his mother, Beverly A. Crawford; children, Vanessa Forsman, Christopher Smith, Larry G. Henry III, Katrina Henry, Jeffrey E. G. Henry, Namon M. Henry; grandchildren, Sophia C. Smith, Ariella C. Smith; siblings, Lamar Henry, Joshua Whitmore, Caleb Whitmore of Slidell, LA.
Greg is preceded in death by his father, Larry Gregory Henry Sr.
A celebration of life will be from 11am to 1pm with a service at 1pm on Tuesday, July 12, 2022 at Rochester Cremation Services, 1605 Civic Center Drive NW, Rochester, MN.
In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested to the family.
Rochester Cremation Services is assisting the family with arrangements. Memories and condolences of Greg may be shared at rochestercremationservicesmn.com
5 thoughts on “Larry “Greg” Henry Jr.”
Greg was a good hearted stand up guy. I loved and looked up to him my whole life. I’m happy and extremely proud to call him my brother. I will forever cherish the time I shared with him, and the memories he imprinted on my heart and soul. My heart will never be whole again as he was serious part of it. I love Greg.
I only worked with Greg (driving bus) for a very short time. He immediately felt like a close friend. Extremely easy to talk to, always happy & funny. Once I was going to my car after work & thought I was only one there. Greg snuck up & grabbed my lower leg scaring me. He laughed hard as I uneffectively punched his arm. Cried when I heard & will miss not being able to get to know him. So sorry to all his family
Rest in peace my brother and may god welcome you into his kingdom.
Greg was a wonderful man/father. He loved his kids more than anything in life. Even though we were divorced he still came to my house and did the things a husband would do. Mowed my yard and shovel any driveway and walk, cook and clean my house and always made sure I had enough air in my tires to hit the highway. I will miss Greg so much. He could make a person laugh at his jokes. RIP my friend.
Love Shelly Henry
Rest in Peace Henry; you will be truly missed and never forgotten! That laugh, that smile, one of a kind
Love Miss Jackson