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Frank E. Campbell - The Funeral Chapel

1076 Madison Ave, New York, NY

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Henry M. Lamour

12 mai 193423 juin 2020
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LAMOUR—Henry Michael, Born May 12, 1934 in Manhattan to Henry and Lillian passed away on June 23, 2020 peacefully at home in his beloved New York at the age of 86. He is now at peace with his cherished wife of 55 years, Grace who preceded him in death in 2012 and his dear brother Roger who passed in 2006. He is survived by his loving children, daughter Dr. Jacqueline Lamour, son Henry F. and his wife Joanne Lamour, daughter Tiffany and her husband Edgar Nouss, dearest grandchildren Andrew, Victoria, Henry, Heather, Te’a, Tyler; and beloved nieces, nephews, family and friends. Henry will be fondly remembered as a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle, brother in law and friend. Graduate of St. Lawrence University in New York and Juris Doctor degree recipient from Fordham University in Manhattan, Henry will be remembered as a distinguished trial lawyer for Con Edison for over two decades, a US Army Colonel and Airborne Ranger, Army fixed wing and rotary wing gunship aviator, Korean War veteran, New York City Police Officer, collegiate athlete and life teacher. We are so blessed that you touched our lives in all the beautiful ways you did. The world is a better place because of you. Our loss is immeasurable. A visitation will be held at Frank E. Campbell Funeral Home, 1076 Madison Avenue, New York, NY on Monday June 29th from 4-6pm. Funeral services will be held Tuesday June 30th at 10am at The Church of St. Monica at 413 East 79th street with interment to follow at Mount St. Mary’s Cemetery.

Services

  • Public Viewing

    lundi, 29 juin , 2020

  • St. Monica's R.C. Church

    mardi, 30 juin , 2020

Souvenirs

Henry M. Lamour

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Lisa Lande

28 juin , 2020

The Lamour Family
From the moment I met the Lamour family in Ocean Grove I knew I was blessed and now some 40+ plus years later I can’t imagine them not being in my life. With Jacqueline, a dearest friend, I learned to swim, was in Mr. D’s summer plays, and swung on the ropes at the beach, while being watched by the town beach beauties, my mom and Mrs Lamour.

With sunset came hours of fun on respective porches, with margaritas on one and the never ending supply of wine, or Pepsi for Mrs Lamour on ours. These are my fondest memories and Mr. Lamour was a key ingredient in these now cherished memories.

Looking back, in my optic, Mr. Lamour was a true New Yorker, larger than life, witty, debonair, the fix-it man, with an incredible sense of humor, a gift for story telling and someone who enjoyed a good laugh and/or cry, with classic big band music blaring in background. It was these traits that made him a perfect partner for my dad and that was why he always had a place on the Healey porch. Coupled his zest for life was his profound love for his wife, Grace, and children, Jacqueline, Hank and Tiffany, and how fiercely proud he was of their achievements.

In today’s very complicated world, these are the memories I want to cherish — that make me smile - him sitting on the Healey porch laughing and telling tales with my father. And now, in Heaven, I am sure he is with Mrs Lamour and my dad, again drinking wine, embellishing tales and laughing out loud about some New York Post headline or political scandal.

Dearest Jacqueline, Hank, and Tiffany - let’s make sure we keep the tradition alive and celebrate a wonderful vibrant father, leader, and man with laughter, music, and friendship on our respective porches sometime soon.

With love always, lisa

Barbara Barnett

27 juin , 2020

I was fortunate to have met Jacque during our first week of medical school. We quickly bonded and have become the greatEST of friends. Jacque always shared stories about her family. She was so vivid in her stories that I feel as if I was part of the family. I’ll always treasure those stories. Mrs. Lamour was a dynamo. I remember On a Saint Patrick’s day her bringing all the fixings For a Reuben and a toaster oven to boot. What a treat.

But it wasn’t until I came to Ocean Grove and met Mr Lamour and saw her family Interact that I sensed the magic. Mr Lamour was like a movie star. He was bigger than life. He had strong opinions that he didn’t hesitate to share. He was a real family man and clearly loved his family very much.

I am so sorry for your loss. May he Rest In Peace.

Barbara and Walter Barnett

Renee Holmes

26 juin , 2020

To the Lamour Family- Jacqui, Hank, Tiffany- I am deeply saddened by the loss of Mr. Lamour. Our families moved into Tri Faith House on 86th street in 1968 and became fast and lifetime friends. As one of Jacqui’s very special childhood friends, Mr. Lamour always gave me an out pouring of his love and a hug each time I came to visit Jacqui and his family. He treated me as another daughter and always genuinely cared and asked about my life, family and how I was doing. A couple of my favorite memories were the frequent trips to the family beach house in New Jersey and the annual Lamour Christmas parties at Tri Faith House where Mr. Lamour was always the life of the party! Mr. Lamour, I will miss your smile that always lit up every room, your hysterical sense of humor, your kind and warm heart. Rest In Peace. Love always, Renée Holmes

Margaret Dougherty

26 juin , 2020

I am so sorry to hear this news. I can remember spending a couple of nights at the apartment, he was always super nice to me.

You guys are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Lori Owen-Stavely

25 juin , 2020

I don't remember the day or the moment that I met Mr. & Mrs. Lamour, they were just always there. When I was a little girl, just a toddler I met the family on the beach in Ocean Grove. Summer after Summer I always looked forward to our Summer vacation because I was going to be spending time with my second set of parents, and my best friend Tiffany. I have so many memories of this beautiful family. The Summers at the beach, the visits to the City at Christmas and Easter those times were truly the highlight of my childhood.
I spent a moment thinking about a funny time I had with Mr. Lamour and the first thing that popped into my mind was the day they said it was OK for Tiffany and I to cook them dinner. Tiffany and I were so excited as we ran to the kitchen to cook them up something special. After about an hour we let them know dinner was ready, surely, they were going to love what we made. I believe we were about 8 or 9 years old so in our minds it was a fancy gourmet dinner, we even included candles. I will never forget the smiles they had on their faces when we came out with two plates that consisted of Macaroni and Cheese, Tuna fish, Pickles, a slice of Land O Lakes American Cheese and of course the best part – Gummy Bears! They had so much fun with us at dinner that night. Mr. Lamour told us that the gummy bears tasted great with the tuna and the pickles just set it off. Mrs. Lamour just smiled and giggled, and they both ate every bite of it. Every now and then we would ask if we could cook dinner for them again and they would look at each other with the sweetest smiling faces, and say sure maybe someday. I am sure they both ran for the tums and dental floss after that dinner, but they made us feel like we really did make them a gourmet meal and we felt so special. Precious memories indeed.
Mr. Lamour was a huge part of my life and he will always be a part of my soul. Forever Loved and Forever Missed.

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