Henry Carrier credits Cheshire High School coach Michael Faustini with helping him find his path to the U.S. Naval Academy after struggling to determine his next step. Former swimmer Henry was uncertain of his path forward until Faustini guided him in that direction.
Hendrix supports Theodore Roosevelt’s Big Stick diplomacy and believes the United States must remain an economic power. In his inaugural Disruptive Defense Paper he considers life-cycle costs for aircraft carriers.
Early Life and Education
Henry was born in Albany, New York to Ann Alexander and William Henry, both poor families who relied on odd jobs such as working at a general store and later as an apprentice watchmaker and silversmith before also teaching school. As a youth he found ways to help support them and his family with odd jobs such as teaching school.
Henry was drawn to mechanical engineering due to his fascination with machines and their ability to make things function. To explore this interest further, he created various models and devices in order to test out his ideas.
He was a member of Saint Joseph’s Church in Winter Haven and Amvets Post 315 of Woonsocket, Rhode Island. He leaves two sisters, one daughter and nine grandchildren behind. A memorial service will take place Monday, September 12th at 10:00 a.m.
He became an integral member of both New Zealand’s Test and one-day international teams, contributing 14 wickets during his debut season with both Tests and one-day matches, including a key performance at Lord’s semi-final. Furthermore, he took four wickets against India at the 2019 Cricket World Cup where New Zealand triumphed over them with ease.
He appeared in several feature films, such as The Witches of Eastwick, My Blue Heaven and Bushwhacked. Additionally, he made regular television appearances as a regular in The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles episodes. Furthermore, he was an active member of Saint Joseph’s Church in Winter Haven as well as being an enthusiastic cribbage player.
Achievement and Honors
Henry was appointed an SO3 (Defence Engagement). As such, he coordinated significant Army projects and commemorative events such as the Invictus Games; an annual four-day sporting event designed to help wounded service members rediscover their fighting spirit.
At Australian Open tournaments from 2013 to 2017, he worked as a production assistant on television broadcasts of tournaments from 2013-2017. Furthermore, in 2015 he interned at McGuire Media as an Assistant Production Intern, providing broadcast production support of VFL/AFLW coverage on Seven Network.
He was also an active member of NAFSA, serving in several elected roles such as Region III chair, Annual Conference workshop coordinator and poster fair organizer, Core Education Program training ombudsperson, as well as being honored with the 2014 Kansas City ISSS Award of Excellence.
Henry was born on the Bailiwick of Jersey, a British Crown dependency located in the Channel Islands. His ancestry included Irish, English and Scottish heritage and he developed an early passion for chivalric romances and astrological literature as a child – dreaming of one day taking control of an empire of his own.
Henry quickly established himself as one of the leaders of the revolution despite accusations from more reserved burgesses of treason, writing several influential political tracts such as Stamp Act Resolves 1799 advocating state intervention against unconstitutional federal actions; these resolutions advocated state intervention to counter unconstitutional federal acts. Henry worried that disunity could undo their efforts and lead to chaos or tyranny.
Henry was a long-term widower until his passing, raising one daughter and two grandchildren before joining Saint Joseph’s Church in Winter Haven where he enjoyed playing cribbage.
Henry is experienced in managing complex transactions involving real estate, debt securities and equity securities across different asset classes, serving as counsel to both public and private companies undergoing mergers or acquisitions and providing advice regarding ESG/sustainability investing matters.
He has experience working at both domestic and international 3PLs, giving him a unique understanding of what it takes for 3PLs to thrive. With this insight comes advice that is clear and actionable while meeting clients’ long-term business goals.
He played young Indiana Jones in the TV series “The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles”. Additionally, Corey Carrier also made numerous other film and TV show appearances, such as Treasure Island”, Savage Land”, Bushwhacked”, and When the Time Comes”. Born in Middleborough Massachusetts and graduating Worcester’s Clark University.