Henry's Blog

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Memorial Service

The service will take place 11:11 am Saturday, October 4 at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church located at 50 Pope Avenue on Hilton Head Island. A light reception will be held in the church’s adjacent courtyard following the service.

This article was in the local paper today.


Blogger Anne Holcombe said...

Cynthia and Terry,

I have never met Henry but my heart is filled with love for him after reading this blog. What an amazing young man. He has the face of an angel and I stand amazed at his strength and courage throughout his battle. I can see that he has touched the lives of so many and that he is so dearly loved. Many at King's Ridge have been fervently praying for your family. We will continue to hold you all close in our hearts and lift you up in your grief. God Bless you.

Anne Holcombe

9:27 PM  
Anonymous Nicholas Ford said...

Hey, my names Nick from HHIMS and I used to be a friend of him. I believe he shouldn't have lived such a short life. He deserved more, But, at least his pain has been released. Bless You, Henry.

Nicholas Ford

2:32 PM  
Blogger a friend said...

Henry has not left us we just can't see him, but he will see us everyday. He is now a loving, trusting, caring gaurdian angel everyone can depend on. Henry will watch over us to make sure only good comes upon us and no evil. god bless Henry Scott Cermak and all of his family.

6:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I haven't been able to stop thinking of you all. I can't imagine how difficult this is for you... I have been keeping you in my prayers, and will continue to do so... I sure the memorial was beautiful and moving.


7:25 PM  
Blogger Jonas said...

Terry and Cynthia,

I had no idea about Henry's illness, and am devastated about his passing. Our second son, Kai, just finished using Henry's old crib a couple of months ago. Thank you for giving us such a wonderful gift. You both were always so kind and generous to me while working at ASF, and Henry was an incredible little boy. I am so sorry. You are always in my thoughts and prayers.


8:24 AM  
Anonymous Lailah said...

I just found Henry's blog today and read the 2 years of your ups and downs. You wrote about Henry in such a way that I was able to see what a wonderful, perceptive boy he was. Cynthia, I think he looked so much like you-so precious. There is nothing I can say, other than I am so very, very sorry. I am so glad that you both had him in your lives for the time that you did. I pray that God will give you comfort and peace.


8:27 PM  
Blogger theatreknitter said...

I am sorry that I could not be there to celebrate Henry's life. You have all been in my thoughts constantly, I only wish that somehow the pain could be lifted off of you. I know it will not be easy.
my love and prayers are with you.

9:29 PM  

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