August 2, 1932 – May 21, 2011
Not exactly the Titanic,
Belfast Northern Ireland,
Though he was familiar with the
shipyards where it was built.
He bids farewell to family & friends and
sets sail on his next great adventure.
Good thing Kathleen got him into cruises.
He leaves behind at dockside:
Daughter Helen (Greg, Samantha, Tyler),
Daughter Lynda (Leah, Sara, Lana)
Daughter Maureen (Vince, Thomas)
is already on her own sailing adventure.
With an engineering degree
he started work in Malaysia,
He was quickly hooked on curry,
which became a lifelong passion.
After an iceberg free immigration to
Canada he traveled the Roads of Calgary.
And finished his career walking
the pathways of Parks & Recreation.
Retiring early he kept just
as busy consulting.
Returning to Malaysia –
And curry, of course.
Always busy, he finished out his life as
An amateur prostate cancer
researcher to the benefit of his peers.
So for us left waving farewell,
we wish Fred a safe & happy voyage.
Words cannot express how grateful we
are for the wonderful care Fred received
The family requests no flowers or
gifts at his Irish type celebration of life.
Memorial Tributes may be made to
PCCN Calgary (‘Warriors’ on memo line)
OR Agape Hospice, www.agapehospice.ca
‘Celebration of Life’ to be held from 7–9pm
May 27, 2011 at C.W.C
4611-14th St. N.W. Calgary.
Enter by Upper Parking Lot
In living memory of Frederick McHenry, a tree will be planted at Big Hill Springs Park Cochrane by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Chapel of the Bells, 2720 CENTRE STREET NORTH Telephone: (403) 276-2296.Print This Obituary & Condolences