Charles M. (Mike) Henry

August 5, 1944 - April 2, 2023
Charles M. (Mike) Henry

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Charles M. (Mike) Henry died unexpectedly on April 2 nd , 2023. He was 78 years of age, and his family is deeply saddened and shocked by his sudden death.

Mike was born on August 5th , 1944, to Ersel and Pearl Henry.

He grew up as the youngest of five. While bravely serving in the Navy for four years, Mike married his wonderful bride Diane, with whom he built a life filled with love and loyalty that lasted 57 years. They went on to have 2 children, Dwain, and Missy, with whom he worked hard to provide a childhood full of support and love that lasted until his last breath. After working hard all his life to lay a foundation for his family that would last generations, Mike retired from McElroy Coal Mine. He enjoyed spending his time fishing, woodworking, mowing grass, and most importantly spending time with his family and friends. Mike enjoyed sitting on his porch simply enjoying the beauty around him, drinking a cup of coffee, and enjoying a friendly conversation or comfortable silence. He appreciated having a good laugh with his friends and joking around with his loved ones, be it wiggling his ears, slipping out his false teeth, or making a quick funny comment. Mike was the kind of man who loved in the silent ways, he gave all he could for his family and those he loved. He will be missed by all who know him, by his community of Rosby’s Rock, by his friends and family and most profoundly by his beloved wife. “The true meaning of life is to plant trees; under whose shade you do not expect to sit.” -Nelson Henderson.

Mike was proceeded in death by his father, Ersel Henry, his mother, Pearl Henry, along with his 4 older siblings, Louis Sonny Henry, Bob Henry, Mary Louise (Sis) Short and Raymond Henry, as well as his in- laws, Web and Eliene Siburt, and Sandra (John) Baker.

He is survived and severely missed by his loving wife Diane and his 2 children Dwain (Deanna) Henry and Missy (Bo) Becker as well as his loyal dog Zelda. He will be forever cherished and remembered as the “old man” by his four grandchildren, Candace (Dakota) Shook, Ashlee (Caleb) Thomas, Andrew Henry, and Cody Hinzman; along with his four great-grandchildren, Callen, Amelia, Everlee, and Rhys.

A viewing will be held at Care Funeral Home (1500 Second St. Moundsville Wv.), Thursday April 6th from 6pm-8pm.

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Visiting Hours

Care Funeral & Cremation Service - Directions
1500 Second Street, Moundsville, WV 26041
  • Thursday, April 6, 2023
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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  • August 05, 2023
    Phil Yocum says:
    I grew up with mike and his family, in WOCO, Wva. ( Coal mining town) sorry to hear about his passing. after the mine closed down in 1955,we all moved away and lost touch with each other.

  • April 21, 2023
    Lila wilson says:
    Diana, sorry to here about Mike. Love and hugs to you all. Couldn't make it in. Lila wilson and Charlie Kernan

  • April 07, 2023
    Morgan Gump says:
    so so sorry to the family, Mike was a great guy & great neighbor, so glad i got to live by him all my life, was such a great friend to myself & my parents, rest easy, the Rosby Rock family will miss you dearly🕊️ - the Gump Family

  • April 07, 2023
    Dale Allen says:
    Diane and family, So sorry for your loss. Mike was an honorable man. Always enjoyed his smile when we would see him when we were in over the years. May he rest in peace. Dale and Judy Allen

  • April 06, 2023
    Bob Wayson says:
    Mike always made me feel welcome when we would spend our days at Roseby. I always looked forward to spending time catching up and enjoying his stories. He will be sadly missed. God be with you at this time Diane and family.