A MEMORIAL SERVICE WAS HELD ON SAT. MARCH 28TH, 2009 AT BATTELL CHAPEL, Yale University, at 3:00pm. All were cordially invited. Over 800 in attendance! DVD available through the Yale Glee Club office.

Service details: Tom Murray, University Organist, started the prelude 20 minutes before the 3 p.m. service began. There were performances by The Yale Glee Club, The Yale Alumni Chorus, The Whiffenpoofs of 2009, The SLOT's, and The University Glee Club of New Haven. A magnificent, and humbling, tribute.

Contributions in memory of Fenno may be sent to the
North Congregational Church P.O. Box 307 New Hartford CT 06057.

Condolences may be sent directly to the family (Carol, Sarah, Lucy, Peggy, Terry) at pogilvy@comcast.net

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F F Heath Jr. 12-30-1926 to 12-05-2008

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~Carol, Sarah, Lucy, Peggy, and Terry Heath

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Humble Times.....

Kyle Pruett came by today to sit with Dad. He sang for him as well...Death Cannot Hold You Forever........We were not in the room with them at the time but are very grateful to Kyle for giving Dad that moment!

Fenno recordings are playing all the while........his Hospice Aides are getting an amazing experience, learning all about this man and his incredible musical gift to this world and now even to them!

The Heaths are thinking of all of the wonderful memories you all have given us and we are laughing, crying, numb, laughing, crying and numb and very humble too from all of the love we are feeling from Fenno's musical friends.

1 comment:

  1. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Fenno!

    You inspired a generation, and we humbly follow in your footsteps singing the songs you made us sing so well.

    You fired the imagination, sparked our inspiration, and fueled the determination to carry Yale Songs, Your Songs, 'round the world.

    Brother, Sing On!

    Love you, Mark Dollhopf '77