During the difficult times of the 1930’s, Henry Hodgson set out
on a necessary adventure.
Understanding his duty to help support his mother and siblings, Henry left the 8th grade to become a deckhand on a ship bound for China. Hard work was nothing new to Henry, and the world became his teacher. While learning a trade and gaining
knowledge of the world, Hodgson was able to help his family negotiate the difficult times of the Great Depression. Henry built and ran his own commercial fishing business until he sold it and retired in the 1970’s.
We include this brief bio of Henry because he, instilled in us, certain values: respect, duty, love, hard-work and caring