From the heart: Family honors late loved one with blood drive


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Terri Henry, center, and her children, Jordan, 16, and Briana, 21, lost their husband and father, Jeff Henry, in 2011 to mesothelioma of the lungs.


Jeff Henry, 58, of Seymour, owned and operated the Seymour Dairy Queen. He died in December 2011 of mesothelioma of the lungs. His family will honor his memory this Friday with a Pint for a Pint blood drive. Anyone who donates a pint of blood will receive free pint of ice cream.


Jeff Henry loved his employees and customers at the Seymour Dairy Queen like they were his own family.

And, in some cases, they were.

His wife, Terri, and their children, Briana, 21, and Jordan, 16, all worked there with him.

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