Henry Peter Grant Willingham III

November 10th, 2021

Henry Peter Grant Willingham III “Hank”was a caring, son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, uncle, cousin and friend. He left this world suddenly on November 3, 2021 at age 59. He was born to Rozalia and Henry Willingham jr. on July 15, 1962 in Hahnemann Hospital. He attended the Philadelphia public schools in addition successfully completed the Job Corp program majoring brick layering. Henry loved sports and chased his dream to become a golden glove boxing champion and had a passion for cooking he developed working in various local restaurants as a short order cook. Henry was often the go to family member to fight any battle and was very protective. He always surrounded himself with his friends and family, which is where he felt most comfortable and loved. Frequently becoming the life of the party with his witty stories about his life experiences. While flirting with all the ladies and enjoying music. He loved movies and recently got hooked on the Tyler Perry tv show the “Oval” which he scheduled events around as to not miss an episode. Henry faced and overcame many challenges in life. In his later years Henry re-established his personal relationship with GOD and is at peace now. Henry is survived by mother Rozalia, father Henry Jr.,brother, Stanley, sisters, Cateena, Desairrea, daughter Latina, sons Henry IV(Ja’mil), Rahmir, 7 grandchildren, and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces/nephews and cousins. Family and friends are invited to gather, remember and celebrate Henry’s life on Monday November 15th at McCafferty Funeral & Cremation Inc. 6711 Frankford Ave. Phila., PA 19135 (between Unruh & Knorr Sts.) You may visit and comfort Henry’s family during his visitation from 9:30AM-11:00AM. There will be a service in the funeral home at 11:00AM.

When I come to the end of the road
And the sun has set for me,
I want no rites in a gloom-filled room, Why cry for a soul set free!
Miss me a little – but not for long
And not with your head bowed low. Remember the love that we once shared, Miss me, but let me go.
For this journey that we all must take And each must go alone;
It’s all a part of the Master’s plan
A step on the road to home.
When you are lonely and sick at heart
Go to the friends we know,
And bury your sorrows in doing good deeds. Miss me, but let me go.
– Edgar Albert Guest