Henry D. Augustine
December 15, 1993 - December 21, 2021
Blaire Briquelet
Sam
Michael Price
Susan and Malcolm Allen
Bruce A Laumann
Gina Provenzale
Rachael
Melody
Gabby Kligis
Alannah crabb
Alannah crabb
Alannah crabb
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Visitation
Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map
Monday 12/27, 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Service
All Saints Episcopal Church
100 N. Drew Street
Appleton, WI 54911
Tuesday 12/28, 11:00 am

Henry Dylan Augustine passed away at the age of 28 on Tuesday, December 21, 2021. He was a sensitive, loving and caring person who leaves behind many friends and family who love him more than words can express. Henry’s beautiful aquamarine eyes were the gateway into his soul. He had the sensitive, gentle heart of…

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Blaire Briquelet left a message on January 2, 2022:
firstly i’m so sorry for henry’s family. I’ll miss you man, you were a great friend to me when i didn’t have many and i’m grateful our paths crossed. you were certainly a force to be reckoned with.
Sam left a message on December 30, 2021:
In memory of Henry D. Augustine, Sam lit a candle
Michael Price left a message on December 30, 2021:
In memory of Henry D. Augustine, Michael Price lit a candle
Susan and Malcolm Allen left a message on December 28, 2021:
In memory of Henry D. Augustine, Susan and Malcolm Allen lit a candle
George Drance, SJ left a message on December 28, 2021:
Dear Craig and Tammy, My heart goes out to you and I am keeping you in my thoughts and prayers at this time. Eternal rest grant to him O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. George
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Bruce A Laumann left a message on December 27, 2021:
In memory of Henry D. Augustine, Bruce A Laumann lit a candle
Kim Ritzow left a message on December 27, 2021:
Craig, Tammy and Caroline- So very sorry to hear the news. We cannot even imagine the heartbreak you must be experiencing. May you find the strength you need to get through the days, weeks and months ahead. Our thoughts are with you- Dave, Kim and Max Ritzow
Weston Keane left a message on December 26, 2021:
I was shocked and sad to hear of Henry's passing. Growing up he was my closest friend, and almost of my most cherished memories growing up have him in them. From when we met in kindergarten, playing Pokemon and forming the "Ninja Team" together in elementary school, the Boychoir and the summer camp memories, making raps and playing video games together in middle school, going to his family's cottage and swimming in the lake, our many high school adventures, to the countless times we slept over at eachother's houses all the way up to the end of high school. He was such a large part of my childhood and even though we started to go down different paths towards the end of high school, I was always keeping an eye on him and what he's up to. I regret not being able to reconnect with him before his passing, but I hope he is in a better place now. To my best friend growing up, you will be missed and I will never forget the memories we shared growing up together. I am sad to see you go so soon, and even though I am now living abroad and will be unable to make your funeral due to COVID restrictions, I will be there in spirit to say farewell to one of my oldest and closest friends. Rest in peace my friend... Condolences to his family. He passed away far too soon... He will he missed.
Devon T Varrichione left a message on December 26, 2021:
Henry and I met when we were six and four months old. He was my oldest friend – a surrogate brother and incredible soul – who overflowed with creativity, imagination, and a love and enthusiasm for life. He was the source and reason for a great deal of magic during my childhood. The basement of his family home transformed into our clubhouse and his living room became our rocket ship workshop. When we were kids, our imaginations carried us to other worlds and opened the door to limitless possibilities. I still remember our giddiness at age six when we saw Pokémon 2000 in theaters together. Afterwards, swept away by that world, we went home and created our own – becoming Pokémon trainers, spending countless hours exploring outside, catching and battling Pokémon and building out a universe that still feels vivid over two decades later. In that way, Henry added so much joy to my life - I was always full of wonder and captivated by a sense of adventure when we were together. When I was with him I was certain I could be anyone and do anything. During one visit to Wisconsin, I remember being absolutely convinced that he and I were explorers one the brink of a great discovery, when his dad, Craig, took us to explore a piece of woods we had named Treasure Island. Unbeknownst to us at the time, Craig had gone ahead to plant artifacts for us to find. But this expedition turned into years of us transforming into adventurers when we were together – always looking for worlds to explore. During another trip, he and I built a rocket ship out of household items, and I still carry with me today the indelible feeling of being certain that it would eventually take us to space. The fact that it didn’t, never deterred us. When Henry and I were together we were filled with optimism about what one day might be, and in that way Henry brought a profound poetry and beauty into my life. Henry carried this boundless sense of adventure and optimism into all the phases of our childhood. When we became teenagers our families spent several wonderful weeks on Hilton Head Island together. Henry and I went to the local driving range and collected discarded practice balls, concocting a master plan to resell them online and jumpstart an Ebay business empire together. And although I was extremely nervous around girls, Henry was the person who pushed me out of my comfort zone and first gave me the courage to talk to them on the beach in Hilton Head and later at the town pool in Appleton. Henry was not just an explorer and a builder - he was also incredibly empathetic and caring. When my parents were going through a tough divorce he helped me through those difficult times – he listened to me in a way that made me feel heard. Henry went through life with a tenderness and compassion for others that continued to shine brightly as an adult. I’ll always remember the way he spoke about one day having kids of his own, and know that he would’ve been the best father. He was so excited to have the opportunity to buy land so that his kids could build worlds within it in the same way that he and I had. I’m so glad that he was able to accomplish that while he was here and it gives me solace to know that even though he is no longer physically with us, he will be watching over his little girl, Juniper, as she grows up. His spirit will live on in the worlds she builds and the adventures that she embarks on. For me, he will live forever in the little moments of wonder and magic that transport me back to my childhood. I loved Henry dearly and will miss him terribly, and send my love and deepest condolences to Tammy, Craig and Caroline. Love always, Devon
Gina Provenzale left a message on December 26, 2021:
Your light will live on in Juniper. Rest peacefully.
Rachael left a message on December 26, 2021:
Henry was a beautiful soul. You could feel how he loved nature. All my interactions with her were always fun and entertaining! He will be greatly missed. May his memories shine bright in each of our hearts.
Ellen Drummond left a message on December 26, 2021:
Dear Tammy, Craig and Caroline, We have fond memories of our times on Fox lake, the cabin and especially, the island. The kids, Keith and I send our condolences to you all. Henry is and will always be, much loved. Thinking of you all! Ellen and family.
Melody left a message on December 26, 2021:
If the eyes had no tears, the soul would have no rainbows. Henry you will be deeply missed. Your sweet soul lives on through Juniper and our memories. Praying for the family.
Pam Keane left a message on December 26, 2021:
Tammy, Craig, and Caroline, Our hearts are heavy to learn of Henry's passing. Weston and he were such best buddies growing up. We talked to Weston today and heard the news. Our deepest sympathies and prayers are with you. May God's comforting arms enfold you at this difficult time. Pam and Paul Keane
Gabby Kligis left a message on December 25, 2021:
What an amazing person, you will be so missed Henry.
Dane and Gilda Augustine left a message on December 25, 2021:
To my brother Craig, his loving wife Tammy, and wonderful daughter Caroline, Heartfelt deepest sympathies to you at this very sad hurtful time. We pray for relief and peace from these painful trying times you are going through. You have our love and prayers always. God be with you and may you feel His comforting hand upon you. Dane and Gilda
Alannah crabb left a message on December 25, 2021:
I am so sorry for your loss. Henry was a wonderful friend and a great person. He lit up the room with his smile and joyful personality.
Alannah crabb left a message on December 25, 2021:
I am so sorry for your loss. Henry was a wonderful friend and a great person. He lit up the room with his smile and joyful personality.
Alannah crabb left a message on December 25, 2021:
I am so sorry for your loss. Henry was a wonderful friend and a great person. He lit up the room with his smile and joyful personality.
Alannah crabb left a message on December 25, 2021:
I am so sorry for your loss. Henry was a wonderful friend and a great person. He lit up the room with his smile and joyful personality.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Alannah crabb left a message on December 25, 2021:
I am so sorry for your loss. Henry was a wonderful friend and a great person. He lit up the room with his smile and joyful personality.
Kyle Borski left a message on December 25, 2021:
He was a great friend of mine for many years. He will be missed dearly. I will continue to play techno music for Henry. RIP friend <3
Joe Wade left a message on December 25, 2021:
My first interaction with Henry included waking up early and driving to the mountains to go skiing. He was bright, excited, and energized. Caroline, Henry and I had some great conversations while drinking coffee and listening to music on the way. Henry had a great attitude at the ski hill (despite falling pretty hard on the first run) and was a joy to spend the day with. The next time I met him, we met in Crestone, Colorado where he and his family were staying. I noted again his positive attitude and genial demeanor. He was headed to the trail to take Forest and Jameson on the same hike that Caroline and I had went on the day before. I was impressed and even discussed with Caroline how well behaved and sweet the boys were, and how great Henry was with them. Caroline and I were skeptical that the young kids would be able to make the up to the mountain lake, but found out later that day that the three had all made it to the top! Although I only had a few interactions with Henry, his energetic presence left an impression on me, and he will be missed.
Leisa Geoghegan left a message on December 25, 2021:
In memory of Henry D. Augustine, Leisa Geoghegan lit a candle
Sean & Crescent Cundy left a message on December 25, 2021:
In memory of Henry D. Augustine, Sean & Crescent Cundy lit a candle
Sean Thiboldeaux left a message on December 25, 2021:
In memory of Henry D. Augustine, Sean Thiboldeaux lit a candle
Steve and Monica Hobler left a message on December 25, 2021:
Dear Craig, Tammy, and Caroline… Our deepest condolences on the loss of dear Henry. We still think of him as a young boy, full of smiles and curiosity. Words cannot express our broken hearts; we hope the memories you shared with him will bring you some solace in the days ahead. We love you and we are praying for you and may our dear Lord always hold Henry in His loving light. Love, Monica and Steve♥️🕊🌹🙏🏻
Noah Savoie left a message on December 25, 2021:
My heart goes out to the Augustine family. Henry was a true friend for life. I will forever cherish all the great memories we shared. Rest in peace brother.
Steven Rodick left a message on December 25, 2021:
Heartbreaking news to hear dear Tammy & Craig. Praying so hard for y’all! Words don’t do justice to what you’ve been through and are going through now. Sending light, love and hugs to all who mourn.😞🙏🏻🧡
Alex Witek left a message on December 24, 2021:
I’m so sorry for your loss, sending love and care.
Dean Augustine left a message on December 24, 2021:
In memory of Henry D. Augustine, Dean Augustine lit a candle
Anne Lingelbach left a message on December 24, 2021:
I’m so sorry to read this news. May God bless Henry. Prayers of comfort are being sent to you and your family. Anne Lingelbach
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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