Wood Funeral Home


Henry Tino Jr.

October 9, 1944April 30, 2021

Henry Tino, Jr., 76, of Augusta, went home to be with the Lord peacefully on April 30th, 2021.

He is survived by his wife, Patricia Tino of Augusta, NJ; his son, Daniel Tino of Sparta, NJ; his two grandchildren, Isabella and Austin Tino of Warwick, NY; his sister, Janet George of Lake Hopatcong, NJ; and his brother, Richard Tino of Murrells Inlet, SC.

Henry was born on October 9, 1944 to Henry Tino, Sr. and Frances Geraci Tino in Newark, NJ. He graduated from West Essex High School in 1962 and then went on to get his degree in Cosmetology at the American Academy of Health and Beauty. Henry served proudly in the Army National Guard for 6 years.

Henry had a number of careers including owning his own beauty salon, being a golf-pro/instructor and teacher/leader in the field of addiction and recovery. He created and ran the “In Him Recovery Program” at Christian Faith Fellowship Church for 10 years. He had a huge heart for those struggling with addictions and mental health issues and dedicated his life to help those in need. Whether he was working the food pantry supporting rehab placements or sponsoring someone from home, he not only touched the lives of so many, he has changed their lives forever.

Henry was immersed in the Christian Community. He was a dedicated member of the United Chaplain International Worldwide Outreach, Inc. and of Christian Faith Fellowship Church. Henry had a strong belief and faith in Jesus Christ our Lord God and would share the good news of the gospel wherever he went whether near or far. He made a number of mission trips to Africa where he initiated and completed the building of a church and installing a clean drinking water well for those in Zimbabwe and the surrounding areas of Africa.

Henry enjoyed fishing, bowling, kayaking, chopping wood, working in the yard, rescuing dogs, and spending quiet time at home with his wife and family.

Henry found his soul mate, Patricia, and they were married in 1986. They just celebrated their 35th anniversary this April. They had the privilege of raising Daniel together. Henry will be dearly missed by so many who knew him, especially his wife, son and grandchildren. Their lives will never be the same.

A Memorial Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 pm on Friday, May 7, 2021, at Wood Funeral Home, 16 Main St, Branchville, NJ; Military Honors will be rendered at 6:45 pm, followed by a Memorial Service. Online condolences may be offered at


  • Patricia Tino, Wife
  • Daniel Tino, Son
  • Isabella & Austin Tino, Grandchildren
  • Janet George, Sister
  • Richard Tino, Brother
  • Henry Tino, Sr., Father (deceased)
  • Frances Geraci Tino, Mother (deceased)


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Henry Tino Jr.

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Vince & Sandy Fagan

May 5, 2021

Dear Pat, Dan & family,
We were shocked & saddened to hear about Henry’s passing. He was a wonderful servant of his Lord and Savior and a friend and mentor to many. He was a Sunday school teacher to our two daughters, and Vince & i have memories of great fellowship with you both in bible studies over the years. We will be keeping you and the family in our prayers during this difficult time of great loss. We give thanks to God for Henry’s life and his Love for his Lord & Savior Jesus Christ who is embracing him right now. Well done Henry, faithful servant, You will be greatly missed. Till we meet again.
Vince & Sandy

Barbara Perrin

May 5, 2021

I read the obituary about Henry. I recognized the name. My parents were good friends with Henry and Frances. Maybe Janet will remember the name Sammaro. I want to extend my condolences to the family. I too live on Lake Hopatcong.

Barbara Perrin

Caroline Mazzarone

May 5, 2021

My condolences go out to Hank's family.

Recently I had a good laugh with Hank because my whole life I knew him as Henry, so when he texted me I said... who's Hank? We had a good long laugh about that... and we spoke about going out on kayaks together and catching fish this summer. Henry always welcomed me with open arms and I'll never forget a soul like his... a one of a kind person who you meet once in a lifetime. I'll always love you Henry and cherish the times where we laughed together. Getting to know you was such a blessing.


Beverly Shearstone

May 4, 2021

Dear Pat and family,

We are so sad to hear of Hank's passing. He is in a much better place with our Lord and Savior. But we are holding you up in prayer for strength and peace at this time. Hank was loved by so many people. He always helped whenever needed. He definitely was a good and faithful servant.

With Love,

Bev and Rich Shearstone

jeanne Youkon

May 4, 2021

Dear Ms Tino i am so sorry to hear about Henry i remember you telling me he did your hair God bless you you were together along time my sincere condolences

Peter Pallis

May 4, 2021

We were saddened to hear about Henry's home going but at the same blessed to know that he is with his Lord snd Savior in heaven.
We were blessed to know him and to share his zest for life and sharing with the world his love for the Lord. He will be missed.
We wish you peace and comfort during difficult time.
In Him,
Cheryl and Peter Pallis

Rick Greco

May 2, 2021

Hank and I set out early in the morning for another day of fly fishing to Rosco NY.After a long day ,it started to get dark,we were tired and wanted to get home.Ahead of us was a long winding drive home.Then out in front of us pulls a older woman driving way under the speed limit.Hank started to call her Lullubell.Then after a long time her blinker came on .We were so happy she was making a right we were going left.So we thought!She went left!From that time on all slow drivers were called Lullubell. I guess you had to be there 😜I love you my buddy,you will be truly missed

Chris & Matt Jansson

May 2, 2021

Dear Pat and family,
We are shocked to hear about Hank’s passing today at church. My heart goes out to you as we send virtual hugs. We will be forever grateful to Hank for his love, concern and dedication to help Matthew.
We love you and we are here for you.

Sending love,
Chris and Matthew Jansson

Catherine Greco

May 2, 2021

Henry was a true friend and was never to busy to help someone in need. Henry loved helping people and you can see that he truly cared. He was a good and honest man who loved his family and Jesus very deeply. Writing this brings tears to my eyes, but I find comfort because I know Henry will hear "well done, good and faithful servant". It was a privilege to have known you and call you friend.