Henry Devaney – Involved in a Serious Car Accident on November 26
Henry Devaney was involved in an accident on November 26th that sent him into intensive care, injuring his spleen, spine and brain. Although in critical condition – recovery may take some time.
He has served as a frequent panelist and speaker, discussing material handling industry sales and marketing practices as well as author of several books.
Early Life and Education
Henry Devaney was involved in a serious car accident on November 26 and remains hospitalized, requiring multiple operations on his spleen, spine, and brain. While family is hopeful for full recovery of Henry, it may take longer. A GoFundMe account has been set up in his name in order to cover medical expenses as well as financial needs related to recovery.
Devaney attended St. Augustine Prep in Richland, NJ (Atlantic County), under coach Paul Rodio. While playing there he earned first team All-Cape May and Atlantic County honors; additionally he faced off against many New Jersey and New York high school stars like Pops Mensah-Bonsu, Dajuan Wagner Sebastian Telfair and Sam Dalembert during his prep career.
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Devaney has been teaching at Boston University since 1980. His research interests center around complex analytic dynamics and chaotic dynamical systems; topological aspects of dynamical systems also fascinate him.
Henry was involved in an accident in 2022 which led to him experiencing injuries to both his spine and brain. Henry will need our support as he embarks on his recovery journey; donations will cover medical treatment, time away from work and rehabilitation services for him.
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Achievement and Honors
Devaney was honored twice with All-NJAC first team selection and was one of the finest players in both New Jersey and New York. At St. Augustine Prep in Richland, New Jersey he helped lead them to both Hudson County and state titles, playing alongside former Washington Wizards player Pops Mensah-Bonsu as well as other NBA players on his high school team.
David is widely recognized for fostering an atmosphere of hard work at NJCU and positioning his squads to succeed by scheduling top national-ranked schools such as Amherst that are perennial championship contenders, along with Division I opponents like Saint Peter’s and Tufts who present tough competition for success.
He serves on the boards of several Lehigh Valley organizations and corporations, such as Ben Franklin Institute at Lehigh University and Good Shepherd Home, while regularly speaking about material handling, sales and marketing issues.
Devaney was a loving husband, father, and grandfather who dedicated much of his time and efforts to Ligon Springs Missionary Baptist Church as deacon and adult Sunday school teacher. He is survived by his wife, son, grandchildren and many friends.
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Over time, Henry Devane has enjoyed major movie and television roles that have netted him big money. Beginning his career with feature adaptations such as The Count of Monte Cristo and Capture the Castle, but his breakthrough role as Charles Brandon from Tudors really put him on the map.
And he has earned significant sums of money through his roles in the DC universe. For example, his performance as Superman earned him $300,000. Plus there were additional box office bonuses.
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