WHS 1960   50th   Class Reunion

 

WHS 1960
50th Class Reunion

WHS 1960   50th   Class Reunion

 

 

WHS 1960
50th Class Reunion


 

Henery LaBeau

 

Henery LaBeau

Henery LaBeau


LABEAU, Henry M., 68, of Port Richey, Fla., died October 3, 2011. He is survived by his wife, Alice; three daughters; two grandchildren; family and friends.


Henry lived in Pittsfield, MA for several years and worked at Crane Paper Co. in Dalton.


Memories from Classmates


Who can forget Henry's love of life and that broad smile and sense of humor.     Judi Archambeault


Henry was one of the fun people in life. Not pretentious. He enjoyed life fully and when you were with him you were lucky enough to have a little of that rub off on you.     Vic Lucier


How many of you knew what influenced his wacky zany wonderful zest for life?  My guest is that it was music, in particular Spike Jones music.  Henry had 8 hours of Spike Jones recordings of which I heard several hours.  As a tribute to a friend I had in school, I've picked two songs below that remind me of that person I once knew.  The first reminds me of that zany zest for life.  The second is what I perceived as  his deeper philosophical outlook on life.     Dan Canales


Henry will be remembered for always making the moments positive.     Chuck Ellsworth


Tom and I will always remember Hank’s sharp wit, his ‘rubber neck’, and of course the fact that he had A CAR to drive us around!  We always had a great time with him and his memory will live on in our minds and it will certainly live on forever in our hearts. Barbara (Ellsworth) Bump


Henry's beautiful spirit and humor will be with us forever.     Penny (Agostini) Jojin 


The thought of having seen both Henry and Alice at the 50th brings wonderful memories of smiles and happy times.  Henry was a lot of fun,and he never lost his talent to make us smile and even laugh, which we all need with his "Cobra" move.      Lou DeMayo


“Henry was one of my best friends thru the school years.  He was a lot of fun to be with, and I have so many fond  memories of Hank.  If anyone had a problem he was always there to help. Although I had not seen much of Hank in recent years, I still considered him a good friend.  He will be missed by all who knew him.”     Will Boyer