In a poignant turn of events, the Fort Wayne community is mourning the death of Mayor Tom Henry’s beloved wife, Cindy Henry. Cindy died on Saturday, at the age of 67, after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Remembered for her caring heart and infectious laugh, Cindy’s contributions to the community were immense.
As we leave, let’s reflect on the life of this remarkable woman. What memories will endure and how will their legacy shape the communities they touched?
Cindy Henry Obituary
The obituary and funeral plans for Cindy Henry, who was married to Mayor Tom Henry, have been made public.
Henry died on Saturday at the age of 67, with her family by her side.
Friday at 11 a.m., there will be a Mass of Christian Resurrection at Most Precious Blood Catholic Church, 1515 Barthold Street. Friends and family can visit from 10 to 11 a.m.
You can also visit the Divine Mercy Funeral Home, 3500 Lake Avenue, on Wednesday and Thursday from 1 to 3 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m.
Henry is going to be buried at Catholic Cemetery.
Donations can be made to Healthier Moms and Babies or Cancer Services instead of flowers.
Cindy Henry Cause of Death
Family and friends of Cindy Henry remember her as having “a loving spirit” and “an infectious laugh.”
She had been sick with pancreatic cancer for more than a year and died Saturday night. She was married to Fort Wayne’s mayor and used to own The Green Frog Inn. She was 67 years old.
Rest well Cindy Henry. Save me a seat on the front porch 🥃https://t.co/eWHfFJJqq7
— Sheena Anne Kadi (@Sheena_Kadi) January 21, 2024
Cindy S. Henry, whose name used to be Cindy Kocks, said in October 2022 that she had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Tom Henry, her husband, son Benjamin, daughter Elizabeth, and her four grandkids will miss her.