Mr Henry Estenes was one of the nicest, kindness, generous, unassuming person I have ever met.
My brother Herb- would say “Henry is my hero”
Indeed a truly special man, I am honored and thankful that Mr Estenes was my neighbor!
Our deepest sympathy go out to Kathie, Stevie and family.
I (lLaurie) have many fond memories of the farm as a young child, when my
Nana (Anna Estenes Steinmetz) brought me and my family for a visit. I remember how hard working the family was.
We wish you comfort,
Laurie Meier Curtiss
We were so sad to hear about Uncle Henry passing. It has been many years since we have been up north in New Jersey and we have so many fond memories of Uncle Henry and the farm. We enjoyed the many wonderful fruits of his labor with the vegetables and mostly I remember the large poinsettia plants he grew for Christmas time. He was a very talented farmer and well respected. The last sibling in the family of ten children and it is sad to know they are all gone now. We would like to express our deepest sympathy with his two children Kathy and Stevie. The last time I saw the whole family together was at their anniversary party when I lived a short time in NY. May Uncle Henry now be at peace and with his lovely wife, Bea.
Nancy and Fred Meier
We have wonderful memories of Uncle Henry, whenever we stopped for a visit he was always so happy to see us. He would
show us all his flowers in the hot house and he was so proud of them. Then he would give us some of the corn and cantaloupe
to take with us, he would always tell us the best way to eat corn is just pick one and eat it immediately.
Our Deepest Sympathy to Kathy, Stevie and Family,
May God Bless Uncle Henry,
Carl and Carol Steinmetz
A memorable day was spent in Philadelphia in 2005. My wife Michele & I along with Steve & Mr. Estenes attended the traveling 200th anniversary Lewis & Clark exhibition. I know how much "Big Hen" enjoyed that day. For his 90th birthday my wife & i gave him the Ken Burns dvd about Lewis & Clark.
He was always genuinely glad to see me & never failed to ask me about Michele, by name.