Posted on November 18, 2015 by Tia Lalani

It is with great sorrow that we learned of the passing of Professor Emeritus Dr. Henry Carter, longtime instructor at – and supporter of – Camrose Lutheran College, Augustana University College, and the University of Alberta’s Augustana Campus. This Friday, November 20, from 1-3 p.m in the Chapel we will be “Remembering Henry”. It is a time …

Dr-Henry-Carter---ChemistryIt is with great sorrow that we learned of the passing of Professor Emeritus Dr. Henry Carter, longtime instructor at – and supporter of – Camrose Lutheran College, Augustana University College, and the University of Alberta’s Augustana Campus.

This Friday, November 20, from 1-3 p.m in the Chapel we will be “Remembering Henry”.

It is a time of respectful silence, a time to quietly come and go as you have time and to spend some moments in contemplation in remembering Henry Carter, his life and contributions to Augustana.

All are welcome.

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2 responses to Remembering Henry Carter, 1-3 pm

  • Kieran and Margaret Bonner said:
    Nov 20, 2015 at 7:40 AM

    We are shocked and very saddened to hear of the passing of Henry Carter. We have great memories of the Carters and the entire Augustana community during our time out west, not the least being Subdudes evenings at the Alice Hotel. Our prayers and condolences go to Lynn and family at this sad time. Rest in peace, Henry.

  • Michael Mucz said:
    Nov 19, 2015 at 10:41 AM

    Henry was a close personal friend, an invaluable colleague, a committed academic, a dedicated scientist, and most of all a caring, highly effective, and well respected professor to his students. We both started our academic careers at Camrose Lutheran College in 1974, transitioned to Augustana University College and finally ended our careers at the University of Alberta (Augustana campus). Henry was always generous and appropriate in sharing his wisdom and counsel when it was requested and provided excellent leadership during his time as Department Chairperson. He was dedicated to his students and they in turn were highly appreciative of his enthusiasm for Chemistry and willingness to share it with them. Outside of academia, Henry was devoted to his family, coached soccer, played a number of musical instruments, and had a deep passion, and knowledge of comics. We have lost not only a friend and a scholar but also a fine, gentle, caring person. Thanx for being who you were Henry, you will not only be well remembered but also deeply missed by those who had the opportunity and pleasure of knowing you..