Picard, Henry Agustin


Henry Agustin Picard of Carrollton, Texas passed away on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at the age of 62.

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7 replies on “Picard, Henry Agustin”

Carrie Sanger says:

I’m so sorry to hear that he lost his battle with cancer. He was my hairdresser for almost 25 years, and I will dearly miss his wonderful humor, friendship, and optimism. ♡♡♡

Kim says:

Henry was always cheerful, even during his cancer struggle. I know he is in a better place. He will be missed.

Joyce Dayton says:

I have known Henry for over 27 years; he was my hairstylist and my friend. I will really miss his sense of humor & his generous nature, inspired by his belief in God.

Tracy Hahn says:

Henri was more than a hairdresser, he was a dear friend and a brother from another mother. He was generous and thoughtful, and a light in this world. His family needs to know he was a good man. See you when all things have been made new, my dear friend.

Kristen says:

Henri became my hairdresser back in ‘93. I ended up caring for him a lot. He also taught me a good life lesson that I have always remembered. We had some really good times together, but unrtunately, we butted heads, too, and I had not spoken to him for sometime. I just decided to look him up again and was devastated to hear that he had passed and from cancer on top of that. How I wished I could have been there for him, if he had needed it. He was definitely one of a kind and will truly be missed! I would love to remember him with someone who knew him well. RIP Henri.

Kara Carpenter says:

I met Henry on the ski slopes at Beech Mtn over 40 yrs ago. Love at first sight! We spoke often over the years. He lived in TX and me in NC. The man upstairs is taking care of you now Henry! I miss that I cannot talk to you but one day we will meet again. Godspeed archangel!

Laura (Lala) says:

Hanker, you were my more then my hairdresser and best friend (since the ’90’s). I find myself still reaching for my phone to message you. I still can’t believe you are gone. Give our piggy (Penelope) a big hug for me. You will always be in my heart.

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