Rob Delaney Remembers His Late Son Henry In A Touching Tribute On His Third Birthday

Date April 20, 2018

Rob Delaney posted a memorable tribute to his 2-year-old son who lost his battle with cancer in January. April 16 would have been Henry’s third birthday.


2-year-old boy lost his battle with cancer

The last year was probably the most difficult one for the Catastrophe actor, Rob Delaney, and his family. Rob’s son Henry was diagnosed with brain cancer 2 years ago. The little boy underwent a complicated tumor removal surgery in 2016. Through the next year, Henry had the further treatment.

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Delaney and his wife kept praying for their son’s recovery but, unfortunately, the miracle failed to happen. One year after the surgery, his cancer came back. 2-year-old Henry spent the last 15 months of his life in the hospitals. His desperate parents addressed to multiple specialists hoping to save their son’s life.



In January 2018, Delaney announced some sad news – his little boy died of cancer. His demise was a devastating loss for the whole family. In his farewell message, Delaney wrote:

Henry was a joy. He was smart, funny, and mischievous and we had so many wonderful adventures together…

Touching tribute to little Henry

On April 16, Henry would have celebrated his third birthday. Delaney posted a touching tribute in memory of his late son. The actor shared a picture of little Henry and also asked followers to donate to two charities for children with cancer as a birthday gift for his son.

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Rob is still getting over the loss of his beloved child.  The only thing that makes him move on is his wife and sons.

They are why I will endeavor to not go mad with grief. I don’t want to miss out on their beautiful lives. 

We wish Rob and his family to keep strong after the tragic loss of little Henry. Now, the boy found his peace in heaven.


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