At Princeton Henry majored in English, joined Colonial, and belonged to the Yacht Club. He roomed with G. Wagner, T. Gortee, and S. Norman.
After three years in the Air Force, he stopped in Aspen for some skiing and met Yolanda Swee from Hurley, Wis. They married in July 1959.
Henry’s 33-year career with Citibank began in New York City, after which he lived in London for five years and then became branch manager in Dublin, where he and Yolanda began riding horses and hunting with the hounds. Three years later Henry became branch manager of the Milan office, which he and Yolanda loved because of its proximity to skiing in the Alps. This began an 11-year stretch with time spent there high-mountain ski- touring with guides, including skiing parts of the Haute Route using randonée skis, and sleeping in mountain huts.
Henry then returned to New York, where he joined the petroleum department, financing the Alaskan pipeline.
He retired from Citibank in 1992, consulted for Christie’s, then retired “for good” in 1995. Most summer vacations were spent in Greensboro, Vt., with lots of tennis, golf, and friendships. During his five-year presidency of Mountain View Country Club in Vermont, he spearheaded the building of a new clubhouse.
Henry was on the board of the Royal Oak Foundation, the Friends of the Princeton University Art Museum, and the Copley Hospital Foundation in Morrisville, Vt. He was a longtime member of the Pretty Brook Tennis Club, Springdale Golf Club, the Old Guard of Princeton, and the Nassau Club.
He is survived by Yolanda and two sons, Christopher and David ’89.