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Huyskens HenryHUYSKENS, Hans 'Henry' - Passed away peacefully on October 2, 2016, in his 76th year, at the Juravinski Hospital in Hamilton with his loving wife of 41 years, Sandra by his side. 

He will be sadly missed by his children Nick (Sherry), Debora (Mike), Del (Garth) and John (Lisa) from his first marriage and Nicole (Luke), Marcus (Tamara) and Stephanie (Grayson), as well as grandchildren Amanda, Alycia, Kelly, Crista, Nico, Leilah, Izabela, Olivia and Hudson. He will be laid to rest beside his grandson Maximus.

Henry was a producer/director/cameraman/editor, an avid ham radio operator and a gifted musician and artist.

He was larger than life itself, as anyone who knew him would say. He was a pioneer, an original thinker, and his humour, exuberant energy and sense of adventure will be remembered by many.

Special thanks to the team in the ICU for their care, compassion and support.

The family will receive visitors at J. Scott funeral home, Milton on Wednesday from 2 - 4 p.m. and 7 – 9 p.m. The funeral service will be held there on Thursday at 11 a.m, with interment to follow.

If desired, donations in memory of Henry to the Canadian Diabetes Association would be greatly appreciated by family.

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Huyskens HenryHUYSKENS, Hans 'Henry' - Passed away peacefully on October 2, 2016, in his 76th year, at the Juravinski Hospital in Hamilton with his loving wife of 41 years, Sandra by his side. 

He will be sadly missed by his children Nick (Sherry), Debora (Mike), Del (Garth) and John (Lisa) from his first marriage and Nicole (Luke), Marcus (Tamara) and Stephanie (Grayson), as well as grandchildren Amanda, Alycia, Kelly, Crista, Nico, Leilah, Izabela, Olivia and Hudson. He will be laid to rest beside his grandson Maximus.

Henry was a producer/director/cameraman/editor, an avid ham radio operator and a gifted musician and artist.

He was larger than life itself, as anyone who knew him would say. He was a pioneer, an original thinker, and his humour, exuberant energy and sense of adventure will be remembered by many.

Special thanks to the team in the ICU for their care, compassion and support.

The family will receive visitors at J. Scott funeral home, Milton on Wednesday from 2 - 4 p.m. and 7 – 9 p.m. The funeral service will be held there on Thursday at 11 a.m, with interment to follow.

If desired, donations in memory of Henry to the Canadian Diabetes Association would be greatly appreciated by family.

HaltonObituaries.com

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