Henry Harrison Reichenbach Jr., son of the late Henry Harrison Reichenbach Sr., was called by his maker to join his heavenly flock of angels in the early morning hours of April 20, 2015. His life ended and a new horizon began at the age of 80 years. His wife, Linda Elaine, was by his side to the end.
Henry had lived a good, long life filled with so many wondrous memories. He proudly served his country for 20 years and fought in the Korean War. He wanted to continue to help people so he became a police officer with Rutgers University for 20 more years.
Henry retired at 60 and began new roots in Mathews, Va., with his wife Linda and two beautiful daughters.
Henry loved his old cars, especially his ’57 Chevy pickup, and gardening in his yard. His daughter Tina Marie gave him a precious granddaughter named Gabrielle Claire. She was the light in his eye.
Henry was preceded in death by his youngest child, Nicole Marie, who passed away at the age of 23.
He is survived by his loving wife, Linda; his daughter, Tina; granddaughter, Gabrielle; his daughter, Diana Nicholls (David); two grandsons, Mark and Kostos; his daughter, Carol Ann; two grandchildren, Desiree and Christopher; two sons, Joey and Henry Harrison III, and a host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Henry is also remembered by his friends that have been made over the past years. Henry will never be forgotten. May he be forever in our hearts and watch over us along side his daughter Nicole. Rest in Peace, Henry.
A special thank you to the staff of Riverside Walter Reed Hospital and Riverside Hospice. Without these wonderful people he wouldn’t have made it this far. Special thanks to Doctor Wathen and her staff.
Memorial service is to be held at Foster-Faulkner Funeral Home, Mathews, on Saturday, April 25, at 4 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that a donation be made to the Disabled American Veterans and Wounded Warrior Project.