Tyrone Henry, Jr., 51, affectionately known as “Ty”, crossed over from labor to reward on Saturday, June 11, 2022, at his home. Ty was born on July 1, 1969 to Consowillo “Connie” Travers and Leroy Williams in Cambridge, Maryland.
Tyrone was educated in the Dorchester County Public School System. He was last employed at
Coldwater Seafood until the plant closed.
Tyrone’s greatest passion was spending time with his family, he loved fishing and listening to
his reggae music. Bob Marley was number one on the charts for Ty. Listening to Ty going on
with Bob’s music, you would have thought Ty cut the record himself.
Tyrone was preceded in death by one brother, Ralston “Keith” Henry; two step-brother’s,
Vincent W. Travers Sr. and Allen Matthews; grandparents, Elizbeth & John Wilson Henry; a
special father, James Kennard Hall; nine aunts, Donna Lee Henry, Yvetta Henry, Kathalina
Henry, Lottie Neal, Phyllis Travers, Beatrice Phillips, Joan Stanley, Marion McNamaray and
Tyrone leaves a legacy of love and memories with: his mother, Consowillo “Connie” Travers
(Kermit Sr.) of East New Market, MD; grandmother, Joyce Coleman of Cambridge, MD;
daughter, Tysha Henry of Salisbury, MD; sister, Ashley Hall of Oxford, MD; sister-in-law, Mieshia
Horsey of Salisbury, MD; two step-sisters Veronica Travers-Milligan (Frankie) and Hattie
Travers-Redmond (James); ten step-brothers, Kermit Jr. (Patty), Arnold Travers (Dorit) and
Jabron Cooper all of Cambridge, MD, Stefon Travers (Patrice) of Atlanta, GA, Terry Travers
(Felicia) of Republic, MO, Gary Travers (Johnette) of Salisbury, MD, Darryl Askins (Laura) of OC,
MD, Bryan Wielgosz, Ryan Travers of Federalsburg, MD and Jason Wielogsz (Lisa) of Ridgely,
MD; seven aunt’s, Kathleen Clark, Cynthia Henry-Washington of New Jersey, Judy Brown
(David), Rita Cain (Cedric), Eula Travers, Millie Lewis (Willie) and Arlette Bolden (Wilburt) all of
Cambridge, MD; five uncles, Keith, Albert and Jeffrey Henry all of New Jersey, John Henry of
Hurlock, MD and Charles Neal of Cambridge, MD; two grandchildren, Jamiyah Correa and
Trenae Wallace of Salisbury, MD; three nephews, Ralston “Andre” “Keith” Horsey of Salisbury,
MD, Josiah Hall and Jayden Cadelus of Oxford, MD; two nieces, Taryn Armstrong of Salisbury,
MD, and Kaylynn Hitchens of Oxford, MD; great nephew, Makai Horsey of Salisbury, MD; his
“homeboy’s”, Darnell Dennis of Rhodesdale, MD, Lionel Molock of Cambridge, MD, and Rock
Cornish of Charlotte NC and a very special friend, Shawretha “Missie” Wangus.
Tyrone’s special seeds of love (the village) Luvadia Hunt, Lottie Neal, Bucky Roger, Alva, and
Francis Bailey. And a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and friends.
Saturday, June 25, 2022
10:00am - 12:00pm (Eastern time)
Saturday, June 25, 2022
Starts at 12:00pm (Eastern time)