Henry Nordheim Obituary Worcester, MA, Henry Nordheim Funeral Notice

Henry Nordheim Obituary, Death – Henry “Hank” F. Nordheim, age 90, of Oxford, Massachusetts, died away on Wednesday, March 8, 2023, at The Holy Trinity Nursing and Rehabilitative Center in Worcester, Massachusetts. He was accompanied by his devoted family at the time of his passing. He was the son of Frank and Anna (Palmer) Nordheim, who both passed away, and the spouse of Anne Maureen (Shea) Nordheim, who also passed away.

He was born in Waltham. Together with his son Mark Nordheim and his sister Edna Nordheim, he passed away before either of them. Henry is survived by his sister Connie Harris, who resides in Marlborough; his son Paul Nordheim, who resides in Worcester; his daughter Elysa Monserrate and her husband Johnny Monserrate, who reside in Oxford; and his daughter Patricia Nickerson and her husband Steven Nickerson, who reside in Barre.

In addition, Henry is survived by his grandchildren. In addition, he is survived by his grandkids Sean Lussier, Jacqueline Lussier and her fiance Alex Tanski, Alexandre and Isabella Monserrate, as well as his three great grandchildren. He loved each and every one of them very much and looked forward to regaling them with tales from the good old days. Henry proudly served in the Air Force during the Korean War from 1952 through 1956 after graduating from Newton High School.

His service spanned the years 1952 through 1956. Henry’s earlier years were spent working for a local vendor delivery firm as a driver for the company. In addition to that, he spent a number of years working in the Maintenance department at Worcester State College until taking early retirement in 1995. Henry spent his childhood years in Newton and then made his home in Worcester.

In 2014, he made the move to Oxford to be closer to his daughter and his son-in-law. Henry’s interests included playing golf, gardening, fishing, and photography. He also enjoyed hosting cookouts with his family and friends, where they would play cribbage and a variety of card games. Henry will be remembered, without a doubt, for his warm and friendly smile, his peaceful and laid-back personality, his fantastic sense of humor, and the real generosity he exhibited to everyone.

A graveside funeral will be held on Wednesday, March 29th at 11:00 am at Hope Cemetery, located at 119 Webster Street, Worcester, Massachusetts 01603. The service will be officiated by Father Roy of Saint Roch’s Parish. At Oxford, at Saint Roch’s Church, a gathering of friends and family will take place in the Church Hall shortly after the rites that take place at the graveyard.