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Henry Alan Munson Owen

About

Henry's Story

Henry Alan Munson Owen died by suicide on September 17, 2020 at the age of 17.

Henry was a Renaissance Man. He was a multi-faceted individual with many talents: from being a great athlete, competing in wrestling, baseball, basketball, and football, to enjoying performing in school theater performances. On both stages, his charismatic personality captivated not only those in the audiences, but his fellow performers as well.  

Those closest to Henry will tell you Henry was always an, “old soul.” At an early age, Henry’s grandpa, Docca, taught Henry about the stock market. Henry was appalled when he went to Kindergarten and discovered his classmates didn’t also “play the stock market.” He never ceased to make everyone smile and laugh. He was devoted to helping others and had many special friends at local nursing homes. Henry would brighten their days with flowers or simply with his ear-to-ear grin that caused his eyes to squint shut.  

Henry knew no strangers. He was outgoing and had a love of life that was contagious to all that crossed his path. Henry’s incredible friends from all walks of life meant the world to him. He was a bright young man, a disciplined athlete and would offer help to anyone who needed it. His loyalty and compassion were shared effortlessly with all of his friends and family. 

The HAMO Foundation was created to continue Henry's legacy.

Mission Statement

The Henry Alan Munson Owen (HAMO) Foundation works with communities to raise awareness around mental health. The Foundation encourages reading and literacy through Henry's Helpers, and offers scholarships as a messages of hope to those who embody Henry's spirit.

We are a 501(c) (3) organization.

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Announcments

This year the HAMO Foundation awarded $15,000 worth in scholarships for the class of 2022!

We would like to thank our community for the generous donations and continued support for the years to come.

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It is #Giving Tuesday and we would love for you to consider supporting the HAMO Foundation we work to raise awareness around mental health! Your donation supports programs and scholarships offered through the foundation. The Here to Hear You Program is being implemented in several states already and we hope to continue to reach more individuals both locally and nationally. Thank you!

Donations can be made via Venmo (@susanmunsonowen) or here on the website 

We can't thank you enough for all of your support! We truly appreciate any donation.

#Giving Tuesday #HAMOFoundation #MentalHealthMatters

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