In Memory

Henry Gross - Class Of 1984

Henry Clay Gross 41, Indianapolis, passed away Thursday, May 3, 2007. He was born November 20, 1965 in Patuxent River, Maryland to Martin Clay and Carolyn (Wilson) Gross. Henry was the owner of Comfort Keepers, a non-medical home care company. He previously worked as a respiratory therapist. Henry enjoyed playing the guitar but the happiest moments of his life were those spent with his two daughters. He was preceded in death by his father and is survived by his wife, Julie Ferguson Gross; daughters, Madison and Moliann Gross; mother, Carolyn Gross; sister, Martha Relinski; grandmother, Marie Wilson; niece, Bonnie Relinski and nephews, Jeremy and Ben Woods. 

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08/25/16 08:49 AM #1    

Timothy Hall (1984)

I remember Henry Gross in the 8th grade rocking out to Tom Petty, he was a trip

01/04/20 02:30 AM #2    

Troy Oneill (1983)

One of my best friends! I was fortunate enough to be able to meet him in Atlanta ga. About a year before he passed. We spent the weekend together and I got to meet his wife and two beautiful daughters. His youngest was only a couple months old and to say he was proud is an understatement! He was just strutting around like a rooster! light of tradition we tried to visit every bar in Atlanta in one night! The boys were back in town! I miss Henry everyday. I have never had such a good time in my life! If there is a rock and roll heaven I know your playing that led Paul brother. And I can't wait to jam with you again! Love you Henry!
Troy Oneill

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