In memory of
Mary Lou (Ford) Henry
In memory of
Mary Lou (Ford) Henry
Mary Lou (Ford) Henry passed away peacefully in her sleep at AHMC on Sep. 30, 2020, after a short illness. The third of six children born to Elvin and Leota (Wonacott) Ford, she was born August 14, 1930 in Covelo, CA. Mary Lou married I.D. (Hank) Henry on Dec 18, 1965. They built their own home in Mendocino soon after, where she lived up until her passing. Always ready for an adventure she loved traveling up until her health prevented long trips. She was, however, always ready for a trip to one of the nearby casinos. A cook at Little River Inn in her younger years, she always said she could never cook in small batches. Many people up and down the coast were gifted with her wonderful, homemade candy around the holidays, or just to say thank you. Mary Lou is survived by her two sons from a previous marriage, Edward (Vicky) Silva, Jr., and Randall Silva, and her stepson Mike (Sandi) Henry; her nine grandchildren Jeremy (Jennifer) Silva, Lisa (Ricardo) Manzano, David (Janalle) Silva, Heath Silva, Brian Silva, Dannielle (Eric) Darst-Hill, Jackie Henry, Jodi (John) Allen, and Nathaniel (Jennifer) Henry; and her thirteen great-grandchildren Jeremy Silva, Jr., James Silva, Kadence Silva, Magdalena Manzano, Ricardo Josue Manzano, Gage Morris, Sydney Silva, Zooey Silva, Skyla Silva, Riley Silva, Alexis Chadburn, Brianna Henry, Nolan Henry, and Jaxon Henry. Mary Lou is also survived by her siblings Phyllis Dockins, Richard Ford, and Sue Fullbright. She was preceded in death by her husband, Hank, her son Anthony Silva, and her two sisters Doris Knox and Vivian Knox.
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In memory of
Mary Lou (Ford) Henry
Mary Lou (Ford) Henry passed away peacefully in her sleep at AHMC on Sep. 30, 2020, after a short illness. The third of six children born to Elvin and Leota (Wonacott) Ford, she was born August 14, 1930 in Covelo, CA. Mary Lou married I.D. (Hank) Henry on Dec 18, 1965. They built their own home in Mendocino soon after, where she lived up until her passing. Always ready for an adventure she loved traveling up until her health prevented long trips. She was, however, always ready for a trip to one of the nearby casinos. A cook at Little River Inn in her younger years, she always said she could never cook in small batches. Many people up and down the coast were gifted with her wonderful, homemade candy around the holidays, or just to say thank you. Mary Lou is survived by her two sons from a previous marriage, Edward (Vicky) Silva, Jr., and Randall Silva, and her stepson Mike (Sandi) Henry; her nine grandchildren Jeremy (Jennifer) Silva, Lisa (Ricardo) Manzano, David (Janalle) Silva, Heath Silva, Brian Silva, Dannielle (Eric) Darst-Hill, Jackie Henry, Jodi (John) Allen, and Nathaniel (Jennifer) Henry; and her thirteen great-grandchildren Jeremy Silva, Jr., James Silva, Kadence Silva, Magdalena Manzano, Ricardo Josue Manzano, Gage Morris, Sydney Silva, Zooey Silva, Skyla Silva, Riley Silva, Alexis Chadburn, Brianna Henry, Nolan Henry, and Jaxon Henry. Mary Lou is also survived by her siblings Phyllis Dockins, Richard Ford, and Sue Fullbright. She was preceded in death by her husband, Hank, her son Anthony Silva, and her two sisters Doris Knox and Vivian Knox.
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