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Henry George Hayes III

June 12, 1952November 13, 2020

Henry (Butch) (Hank) George Hayes, III 68 of Boulder City, NV passed on November 13, 2020 of Diabetes related complications involving his heart.

He was born in Syracuse, NY and grew up in Central Square, NY where he graduated from High School. He attended Bryant and Stratton in Syracuse for computer studies.

He worked for Cottett Welding Supply for 20 years before he became disabled from a work related injury.

Henry's passions were building model cars, making wooden toys, fishing and boating. He loved NASCAR, the Yankees and SU Basketball. He was a computer guru.

He is survived by his wife of 28 yrs Linda, daughter Jessica Hayes, step children Richard Mueller, Michelle French Fay, Chuck French, Rick Bradley, Allen French, sister, Patricia Hayes Newport Dieroff, Brother, Bill Hayes, several grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Henry was predeceased in death by his mother, Patricia Ann Thornhill and father, Henry George Hayes, Jr.

We will all miss his quick wit and sense of humor.

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Linda Hayes

November 28, 2020

Where do I start....I am Linda Henry's wife of 28 years. Henry's first gift to me was shortly after we met..a delicate pink wooden rose I found on my pillow. I will never forget how at least a couple times a week he would ask me "Did I tell you I loved you today"? He will always be in my heart. I am comforted that the day he passed we told each other we loved each other several times....he knew he was loved very much....as he passed into Gods loving arms to be reunited with other loved ones who have passed before him. I know he did not want to go....but he must have gotten a glimse of heaven and could not turn back. I love you my dear husband.... ❤ watch over us until we can be together again.

Roy Moore

November 25, 2020

We met Henry and Linda at Willow Beach when he needed help with his boat after foot surgery. We were friends from the start. Henry was a kind and funny guy and could always make you laugh. He will always be remembered and missed.

Tracey Castaneda

November 23, 2020

I did not know Henry well, but had the pleasure of meeting him several months ago...my immediate impression: what a warm and kind-hearted, good soul! He had such beautiful eyes and a warm friendly smile. I know he will be loved and missed forevermore by all who knew and loved him. Rest with the angels in paradise, dear Henry✝️

Jessica Hayes

November 23, 2020

My Dad was awesome, to put it quite bluntly. He was funny, he was creative, he was talented, he was smart, he was caring, he was giving, he was my Dad. He IS my Dad. My Daddio.
I’ve thought about what I was going to say about him many many times and to be completely honest it’s far too hard. It’s too hard to just jot down a couple of good fun memories because there are too many. So what I can do is share one of the latest greatest ones. I had my first baby 6 months ago and her dad and I didn’t make her name official until weeks before she got here. So, the entire time I was pregnant every time I saw or talked to my Dad he would always give her a different name. One day it would be “Tell Gertrude Grampy says Hi.” and the next time it would be “Tell Henrietta Grampy loves her.” This went on for my entire pregnancy so you could only imagine how many names he came up with, never the same one twice. That’s probably one of the things I’m going to miss most about him, his sense of humor.

My heart is broken and I’m still in shock that he’s gone.

I miss you and love you forever Daddio.
Love always, your Little G, your Squidlet.

Linda Snow

November 22, 2020

I’ve know hank for a lot of years he had a great sense of humor and could make us laugh. He was a great man he will be missed dearly

Randy Soeder

November 22, 2020

I grew up with Butch, Pat and all my cousins. We were all a close knit family, camping and family get togethers.
I haven't seen Butch in person for a long time, but we connected on fb, years ago.
I will miss his quit wit, and all his videos he shared.
You will be missed big guy!!! RIP

Cathi Hutson

November 22, 2020

The very first time I met him in person, he was very kind and Ifelt at ease instantly. He always made me last with hi is Facebook posts. We will meet again Henry. Watch over your family.💙

Kristen Ferguson

November 22, 2020

I am Butch’s much younger cousin so I didn’t know him well growing up. My Dad had refinished the basement in our house and put in a pool table. I have a very vivid memory of Butch coming over to play pool and being amazed at how tall he was. He had to duck to walk through the door. I recently reconnected with Butch on FB. What a great sense of humor he had. Rest In Peace.

Patricia Dieroff

November 22, 2020

Henry was my big brother. Even though we were miles apart we spoke almost everyday online. I miss him so much, it's hard to believe he's gone. I will treasure the last few times and memories that we shared when I went to visit him & Linda. There are so many memories from when we were kids until now, good and bad.
I know Henry , and he is watching over all of us that are left behind, but now he gets to see all of those who went before , like Grandpa's, grandma's, mom & dad, aunt's , uncle's , and cousins and he gets to meet my husband Klaus, that he wanted to, that he never got to meet.
Some day we'll be together again, and be able to share the rest of our journey's . Until then.. Henry I love you , Rest in Peace

Dorothy Minix

November 22, 2020

I only met Henry through Linda as we are dog sitters. But I know that he was a good man who was very loved.
May you rest in peace.

Dorothy Minix

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