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Henry Easter Binney
September 14, 1952 ~ September 1, 2023 (age 70) 70 Years Old
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On September 1, 2023 Henry Easter Binney died unexpectedly in Corpus Christi, Texas. The cause was heart failure. He died just days before his 71st birthday.
Henry is survived by his wife Kathie, his children Sara Taylor, Courtney and Christopher Bravo and step daughter Kimberly and Lawrence Vanda, 9 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Henry also is survived by 9 siblings: William and Terri Binney of Burke, Vt, Nancy Kelleher of Villanova, Pa, Robert and Janet Binney/Veasey of Boston, Richard and Kathy Binney of Pawleys Island, South Carolina, Laurence and Marcy Klapper/Binney of Marthas Vinyard, Ma, Virginia and Jerry Phillips of Nashville, Tn, Susan King of Bridgewater, Ma., James Binney of Phippsburg Me., and Peter and Deidre Binney of Limington Me. Henry is preceded in death by parents Henry E. Binney Sr. and Alyce Binney and siblings David Binney and Linda Binney.
Henry was born on September 14, 1952 in Attleboro, Ma. He lived his first 22 years in Wrentham, Ma. and graduated in 1970 from King Phillip Regional High School. Rather than seek college experience, he instead pursued a career as a craftsman, building and refurbishing homes, as well as other building projects. He became quite talented in this chosen field.
What stood out in Henry's character was how he radiated a selfless and caring presence about the world and people around him. He had an optimistic mindset about life and he saw the good in everyone.