Bryan A. Henrique, 21, Tiverton


Bryan A. Henrique, 21, of Tiverton, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday Aug. 6, 2013, in Tiverton.  He was born in Fall River, the son of Jeffrey A. and Pamela (Griffin) Henrique.

Bryan was a graduate of Tiverton High School, Class of 2010, and the received his certificate as a patient care technician from Healthcare Training Services in Fall River. He was currently working at Quest Laboratories.

Bryan was an avid sports fan, especially when it came to the Miami Dolphins, his favorite team. He was athletic and played several sports throughout his life. Bryan was a tenacious badminton player who enjoyed the time he spent with his family and friends, taking trips to the beach, and hanging around the barn fire at his home.  His heart and compassion toward others and animals was immeasurable.

Survivors besides his parents are a brother, Daniel J. Henrique and his wife Bria of Tiverton; maternal grandmother, Anne Griffin of Little Compton; paternal grandmother, Meribah Henrique of Tiverton; a niece, Madilyn Henrique of Tiverton; two uncles, Harry Walker and his wife Judy of Portsmouth, and Bob Torres and his wife Marian of Florida; and three cousins, Joshua Passmore of Florida, Jessica Torres of California, and Jared Torres of Florida. He was the grandson of the late Henry Griffin and Albert Henrique.

Bryan’s family will receive relatives and friends on Sunday from 10 a.m. to noon, followed by a funeral service and words of remembrance by family at noon. To light a candle, sign guest book, facility directions, go to or call 508 673-0781. Flowers are omitted at the request of the family.

Donations in Bryan’s memory may be made to the Forever Paws Animal Shelter 300 Lynwood Street, Fall River, MA 02721.  All arrangements have been entrusted to the care of the Hathaway Home for Funerals, 1813 Robeson St., Fall River.


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