In Celebration of

Henry Jerome

December 27, 1934 -  January 11, 2020

Henry Jerome passed away on January 11, 2020, at Copernicus Lodge, at the age of 85.

Henry will be remembered for his sense of humour, scientific and artistic curiosity, and genuine interest in people in his life. He was a jokester, abstract artist, engineer and inventor.

Henry was the loving husband of the late, Helen Jerome (Rzonca) and father to Dana (Carl DeLuca), Liza (Rob Shortt), Andrzej (Erica Abbie) and Dziadzo (grandfather) to Lulu, Simon, Henry, Delaney, Greyson, Abbie and Emma.

Friends may call at the Turner & Porter Yorke Chapel, 2357 Bloor St. W., at Windermere, east of the Jane subway, on Wednesday from 6-8 pm and Thursday from 2-4 & 6-8 pm. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Friday, January 17, 2020 at 1 pm.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Parkinson’s research at Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation: (416-603-6278) or Copernicus Lodge Foundation.


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Wil Steller (Friend)

Entered January 13, 2020 from Markham

I was so sorry to hear this new. Thinking of all you and keeping you in my prayers.
Much love, Wil

Christine Hatfield (Friend)

Entered January 13, 2020 from Vernon, British Columbia

You will be missed. Thank you for being a friend

Paul Acchione (Ontario Hydro colleague)

Entered January 13, 2020 from Woodbridge, Ontario

My condolences to all your family members. I had the pleasure of working with Henry during the design and construction of the Bruce nuclear power complex in the 1970's. I have found memories of the time and stories we shared at work. May the happier times you shared with Henry provide you some comfort at this difficult time.

Barry Hill (Fellow engineer)

Entered January 13, 2020 from Ohsweken

Admired Hank for going back to Ont College of Art after retirement.
Always a kind friendly member of the team

Andrei Pejemsky (Nephew)

Entered January 13, 2020 from Vancouver, BC

I was very much saddened to hear of the passing of Uncle Henry. He was a great man, so kind hearted, down to earth, with such a quick wit and an awesome sense of humor. I have so many nice memories of him that will stay with me. My deepest condolences to Andrzej, Dana, Liza, the rest of the family and anyone else who had the privilege of knowing this amazing man. Although he will be deeply missed heaven is an even better place now that he's there.


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