I met Henry at "Jack's" in 1973. My friends and I loved going there for dinner for the happy smiling face of Henry always greeted us. Son Steven a young student at SUNY was our waiter. I realized quickly that Steven and family were neighbors of mine. Over the years we have maintained a close friendship. One of the biggest honors of my life was to be invited to attend Henry's 100th birthday and after all the years that had passed Henry still remembered the "girls" that came to see him at Jack's. He was a kind and sweet person and I am honored to have known him.
Applebee Funeral Home has been serving Delmar and its surrounding communities since 1904. This stately brick building is a defining point of Delmar's Four Corners. However, it was in Clarksville where the family's first funeral home was located at the Clark House, a Greek revival style home built by Adam Clark in the mid 1820's.