Henry DePrimo Born: March 5, 1927 Died: December 27, 2015 Henry (Hank) Louis DePrimo of Auburn, Georgia went home to be with the Lord on December 27, 2017 at the residence of his son, Edward DePrimo. Henry, son of the late Sabbato and Maria Vallone DePrimo, is predeceased by his wife, Twila McCracken DePrimo, his brothers Paul DePrimo, Mario DePrimo, Samuel DePrimo Jr., Joseph DePrimo and Angelo DePrimo; and sisters, Rosa DePrimo, Rose Ewanyk, Benedetta McCutchen, Josephine Givigliano. Henry was a dedicated loving family man and is survived by his children, daughters Constance Kubicek (Jerry) of Lakeland FL, Donna Davis (Richard) of Watkinsville, GA, and son Edward DePrimo (Linda) of Roswell, GA. He also is survived by 10 grandchildren; Frank Turck, Jesse (Camille) Kubicek, Rose Kubicek, Colin (Kathy) Davis, Brendan Davis, Devon Davis, Chelsea DePrimo, Nicole DePrimo and Danielle DePrimo and many loved nieces and nephews. Henry was born in Elmira and raised his family in Horseheads NY. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Henry and Twila were active members of First United Methodist Church in Horseheads. Henry was a leader for many years in Boy Scout Troop #84, was a recipient of the Silver Beaver Award and was active in the Southern Tier Retired Lions. After retirement from Hardinge Brothers he moved to Auburn, Georgia. He was an active member of Harmony Grove Methodist Church where he held many positions, sang in the choir and played handbells. Henry loved to play golf with the Hardinge Brothers Golf Club and continued to play into retirement. Henry also was an avid woodworker. He enjoyed many home remodeling projects and made beautiful furniture for his grandchildren. The family asks that those wishing to remember Henry donate to the Harmony Grove United Methodist Church Building Fund, 1385 Harmony Grove Church Rd., Auburn, GA, 30011. Henry will be interned at the Georgia National Cemetery, Canton Georgia on December 31 at 12 P.M.

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  1. Hank, we will remember you for all that you were, how much you helped others and how you were a caring and wonderful parent. You were an inspiration to myself and my family. May God bless you in eternity.

  2. Conni, Donna and Ed so sorry for your loss. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

  3. Mr. Henry was much loved and respected in our Harmony Grove church family. We have many fond memories of him and he will be dearly missed.
    We send our prayers for all the family.
    Carl and Kathy Bennett

  4. Mr. Henry is remembered very fondly from Harmony Grove Methodist Church. My condolences to his family for such a loss of a beloved man.

  5. I am blessed to have known Henry, blessed to have known Twila, and remember both with love, respect and gratitude. Yours in Scouting, yours in our Lord, sharing your loss and offering prayers each would bear it well.

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