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Aloysius Henry Passes Away
Henry was an active Marine who later worked for Franklin Savings Bank. His joyful spirit will be missed by all who knew him.
Henry first joined Methodist University as an assistant coach under David Smith in 2015 and has served as head men’s basketball coach ever since 2022.
Early Life and Education
Aloysius Henry hails from St. Lucia and graduated with his bachelor of economics from UNCG in 2012. While at Three Rivers Community College from 2008-10 – helping lead them to NJCAA national championship games while averaging 11.5 points and 7.33 rebounds per game during his time there
He then moved on to play for the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, helping their team win the Southern Conference championship and setting high school records in points and rebounds.
He is the son of Kaspar and Adelinde Vogel (nee Pfaff). They met in Germany in 1861 and married soon after their arrival in America. Leora Vogel Burford and Barbara Vogel Burford are two siblings he has.
Henry graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics from UNC Greensboro in 2012. As an NCAA Division III basketball player for three seasons at Three Rivers College before heading on to Greensboro as an underclassman for two seasons for his hometown team’s playoff run and reaching the NJCAA national championship game while averaging 11.5 points and 7.3% rebound per game on his way there, Henry helped lead them all the way.
Robert has taken over as head men’s basketball coach at Methodist University after serving on their staff since 2015 and leading them to four consecutive winning seasons and a 68-44 record.
Trevis Simpson has been one of the key contributors for the Monarchs this season and a favorite to win Southern Conference player of the year honors. One of his highlight performances came against Miami and made ESPN’s Top Plays list!
Achievement and Honors
He led the Spartans to the SoCon Tournament Championship game in 2022 and was honored as SoCon Player of the Year. Additionally, he is a member of Phi Beta Delta – an honor society for international education – as well as having served as Honors resident assistant in Ghafari Hall, Honors peer adviser, graduate student research assistant, Honors resident assistant in Ghafari Hall and graduate student research assistant. Furthermore, he presented at university events such as Faculty/Staff Campaign Kickoff Breakfast and Anthony Wayne Society Black Tie Gala where he addressed WSU donors on how their gifts had positively affected scholarship recipients impacted scholarship students’ lives.
Henry leads all SoCon players with 11.9 blocks per game, and is one of four WSU players averaging double-figure scoring this season. Additionally, he ranks 13th in offensive rebounding among SoCon players.
Henry was employed as assistant men’s basketball coach at Methodist University from 2015-2022, helping the Monarchs win four consecutive winning seasons and two conference tournament titles during this time. Additionally, Henry served three seasons of coaching at Three Rivers Community College and spent one season playing professionally in the Baltic League.
At age 20, he joined Opus Dei and lived as a celibate for some time, becoming widely renowned for his generosity and writing extensively on giving.
His eye ailments included cataracts and glaucoma. On several occasions he went completely blind for short periods, eventually necessitating kidney transplantation as the only treatment option.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Aloysius Henry reportedly boasts an estimated net worth of $5 Million. The former NBA player amassed his fortune through acting, brand endorsements and business ventures; as well as being an active philanthropist throughout his life.
Henry was instrumental in leading Square’s Seller team during her time there and implemented frameworks that helped facilitate its transition away from “monolithic” software development–where all code for an application is written at once–to a microservices model in which individual pieces of software are developed separately but connected through APIs.
Crowley Thomas Aloysius Jr has completed two inside trades with Myomo Inc (MYO) over the last five years, most recently on August 5, 2022 when he sold 7,141 shares for $12,211.