Henry was born and raised on the Morongo Indian reservation. He attended school in BanningCalifornia. He was in the Air Force where he met his wife Lillian Park. He fell in love and married Lillian whom he was married to for 56 years. Lillian proceeded him in death in 2018.
He went to college in Oakland California where he began his long career as an electrician. Henry was a talented lapadaris and jewelry maker. He loved his career as an electrician and was a member of the IBEW. Henry also worked for the Bureau of Indian affairs, he would cut fire lines and was a member of their hot shot crew.
Henry had two daughters Angela Foshee from the Morongo Indian reservation who preceded him in death and his daughter Theresa Stewart also from the Morongo Indian reservation and his son in law Marty Stewart of 37 years. He has 3 great grand children Jeremy Stewart, Jared Foshee, and Kyle Stewart. All from the Morongo Indian reservation. Henry also has 4 great grandchildren that are his
pride and joy. Kayden Stewart 10, Aubrey Foshee 9, Hunter Stewart 9, and Genesis Theresa Stewart 6. Henry was called Hank by his family and friends. He loved the outdoors, hunting, fishing, and camping. He loved rock hounding, travelling, playing card, and Keno. His best times were playing with his great grandchildren.
Graveside services and burial will be held on Friday January 15 2021 at 11 am at St. Mary’s Catholic cemetery on the Morongo Indian reservation.
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