A Celebration of Life for Henry Harrison Branham, age 68, of Enid, will be 10:00 am, Thursday, August 27, 2020 at Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Jim Edmison officiating. Burial with military honors provided by the United States Army will follow in Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, Ok. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.
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Henry was born September 13, 1951 in Enid, Oklahoma to Fred and Violet (Holt) Branham, and passed away Saturday, August 22, 2020 at Integris Bass Baptist Hospital. Henry is a United States Army Veteran in the 1st Infantry Division, serving and dedicating his life for our country for 21 years. He retired as Sergeant First Class in 1991 before Desert Storm. He also was in security services, truck driving for the oil field and a business owner of Firelake Liquor Store.
Henry is a loving father and friend and he will always be loved and missed by the people who he leaves behind. He married Hyon (Peggy) Paek in South Korea, and they had two children, Christina and Cindy. He had many interesting and funny stories from his past life and would talk to many people who wanted to have a conversation, and he also had many opinions about things. He deeply loved and cared for his family.
He is survived by his wife, Peggy Branham; two daughters, Christina C. Williams and husband Ben; Cindy A. Branham; four grandchildren, Mikaila A. Williams, Ryan J. Williams, Chase H. Williams and Alan C. Branham; a sister, Elsie Branham and brother, Fred H. Branham. We believe he joined his family in Heaven and is greatly happy to see them again. He is preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Violet (Holt) Branham; four sisters, Mary L. Branham, Evelyn Smith, Cherie M. Fischer and Betty Willis; two brothers, Fred C. Branham, James D. Branham and sister-in-law Sylvia Branham.
Henry is at rest and not hurting anymore and probably rejoicing that he can be with his brothers, who called themselves “The Three Amigos.”
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