In memory of
Lauren Anne Fuller Henry
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In memory of
Lauren Anne Fuller Henry
FORT WORTH, TEXAS - Lauren Anne Fuller Henry passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, June 11, 2019, from complications due to multiple myeloma, a cancer she was diagnosed with in 2013. Celebration of Life: 2 p.m. Friday, June 21, 2019 at Mira Vista Country Club, 6600 Mira Vista Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76132. Memorials: If you care to make a donation, please give to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Lauren's name. Lauren was born Jan. 30, 1948, at a Naval training base in Lubbock, and raised in New Orleans, La. She attended St. Joseph's Academy for four years of high school and graduated in 1970 from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, La., with a bachelor's degree in English. It was at the end of her freshman year that she met the love of her life, Stewart Lawrence Henry. They married in St. Louis King of France Catholic Church on Aug. 23, 1969. They finished college together and moved to New Orleans. Lauren worked for World Wide Divers. It was in Morgan City that her first child, Jeffrey Stewart Henry was born. When he was 8-months-old he was diagnosed with a mental disability. Lauren quit her job to raise him. The following year, she had a daughter, Robin Merry Henry. Lauren often felt that God had sent this sweet, sensitive, brainy sister for Jeff, to help with all of the hard times involved in raising a developmentally disabled child. After Jeffrey was born, the family moved to Oklahoma City, Okla., where Robin was born, and from there to Houston. They moved to Fort Worth in 1983, when Stewart accepted a position with the Bass Enterprises Production Company in Fort Worth. Lauren was the center of her family, beloved by all. Her beautiful smile and infectious laugh lit up all of our lives, and her strength and bravery served as an example for all. Lauren had many family and friends who offered their prayers and helped out with dinners and much more during her illness. She and her family want to acknowledge their kindness and generosity, and offer deep and sincere thanks to one and all. Lauren was preceded in death by her parents, Lawrence and Ruth Fuller. Survivors: Loving husband of 50 years this August, Stewart L. Henry; sisters, Sharon Gerhardt and husband, Scott and Lisa Williamson and husband, Jim; children, Jeffrey Henry, and Robin Goldman and husband, Andrew; grandchildren, Henry and Charlie Goldman; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
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Fort Worth, TX 76107
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In memory of
Lauren Anne Fuller Henry
FORT WORTH, TEXAS - Lauren Anne Fuller Henry passed away peacefully at home on Tuesday, June 11, 2019, from complications due to multiple myeloma, a cancer she was diagnosed with in 2013. Celebration of Life: 2 p.m. Friday, June 21, 2019 at Mira Vista Country Club, 6600 Mira Vista Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76132. Memorials: If you care to make a donation, please give to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Lauren's name. Lauren was born Jan. 30, 1948, at a Naval training base in Lubbock, and raised in New Orleans, La. She attended St. Joseph's Academy for four years of high school and graduated in 1970 from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, La., with a bachelor's degree in English. It was at the end of her freshman year that she met the love of her life, Stewart Lawrence Henry. They married in St. Louis King of France Catholic Church on Aug. 23, 1969. They finished college together and moved to New Orleans. Lauren worked for World Wide Divers. It was in Morgan City that her first child, Jeffrey Stewart Henry was born. When he was 8-months-old he was diagnosed with a mental disability. Lauren quit her job to raise him. The following year, she had a daughter, Robin Merry Henry. Lauren often felt that God had sent this sweet, sensitive, brainy sister for Jeff, to help with all of the hard times involved in raising a developmentally disabled child. After Jeffrey was born, the family moved to Oklahoma City, Okla., where Robin was born, and from there to Houston. They moved to Fort Worth in 1983, when Stewart accepted a position with the Bass Enterprises Production Company in Fort Worth. Lauren was the center of her family, beloved by all. Her beautiful smile and infectious laugh lit up all of our lives, and her strength and bravery served as an example for all. Lauren had many family and friends who offered their prayers and helped out with dinners and much more during her illness. She and her family want to acknowledge their kindness and generosity, and offer deep and sincere thanks to one and all. Lauren was preceded in death by her parents, Lawrence and Ruth Fuller. Survivors: Loving husband of 50 years this August, Stewart L. Henry; sisters, Sharon Gerhardt and husband, Scott and Lisa Williamson and husband, Jim; children, Jeffrey Henry, and Robin Goldman and husband, Andrew; grandchildren, Henry and Charlie Goldman; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
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Services Provided By
Greenwood Funeral Homes-Greenwood Chapel
3100 White Settlement Rd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
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