Stephen D. Henry

Stephen D. Henry passed away on January 26 at his home in Paradise in the arms of his loving wife of over 43 years, June (Ammon) Henry.

Steve was born and raised in Lancaster, the son of Robert E. and Gilda Mastromatteo. In addition to his wife he is survived by his two children and five grandchildren who where the true joys of his life: Leah Whiteman, her husband Michael and their three children Alexandar, Zaylie, and Calyce, and his son Joseph Henry and his two children Kyle and Ashlynn.

Steve retired from Giant Food Stores in 2017 after over 35 years.

All who knew him will miss his smile and wonderful sense of humor. There will be no services at this time. Please feel free to make any contributions to Hospice & Community Care of Lancaster.


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  • Our condolences to the family, I grew up with Steve in the East End of the
    Lancaster city & will never forget the good times @ PVI.

  • Dear June, Leah and Joe, My prayers are with you and for you as we mourn the death of such a great father, husband and for me a super nephew. I’ll always remember the mornings when he was dropped off at Memom’s house and he wanted Italian bread with dippy eggs . He always had that beautiful smile. Good memories are a special gift from God. God bless you. I love you. Aunt Vivian

  • Sorry for your loss. My prayers is with your family. He’s always happy and funny. He’s fun to work with. He will be miss. God will be with you at this time of need. He’s in a better place. He’s watching over the family

  • Mr Henry was always such a kind, caring fun guy. He had such a huge heart ♥️. I was lucky enough to share some of those 35 years with him at Giant. He always had his coffee thermos and gallon of water with him.

    June and family my condolences to you. I will never forget him taking flowers 💐 home to his wife every week. I always thought June was a lucky lady.

  • Dear June, Leah and Joe,
    I am so very sorry to hear this sad news. Steve was a Henry cousin to me and although older than me, I have fond memories of the house on Louise Avenue in Lancaster when we would visit Uncle Bob and Aunt Gilda. Sending my sympathies to your Family.
    Karen Neff

  • Sorry to hear this June. I met Steve at Giant where he worked. He was easy to talk to and just somebody that I looked for during the early hours of shopping. I sold health insurance for seniors so he gave me his phone number and age. Naturally I called when he turned 65. I met you both at T. Burks restaurant. I will miss him.

  • Dearest June and family,
    I am so very sorry for your loss. Steve was such a great guy and fun person to be around. I am grateful for the times we had together. You will always be in my heart and prayers.

  • This breaks my heart. Steve was not only my cousin. He was my brother and friend. We played together at Me-Mom’s and at his house. Aunt Gilda always made me feel like I was family. Steve will always be in my heart.
    Love ya brother,
    Johnny Joe aka John Henry

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