In loving memory of

Henry William Lomas
January 5, 1956 - November 16, 2022

Henry William Lomas, 66, passed away suddenly on November 16, 2022, at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden, NJ.

Henry was born on January 5, 1956 in Camden, NJ to Joseph and Mary Lomas.

Henry attended Magnolia Public School and Sterling High School graduating in 1974. Henry started his career in the residential heating and cooling business and was then accepted into the Philadelphia Sheet Metal Local Union 19 apprenticeship program in the early 80's. Henry worked for 40 years with several employers within the union, rarely missing a day's work. Henry was enjoying a well-deserved retirement.

Henry met his love, Eileen Hannigan, in the late 70's and they married on October 15, 1983 at the St. Denis Chapel in Havertown, PA. The couple had 2 children, Kimberly Accardo and Jack Lomas. They were his pride and joy.

Upon retirement, Henry could either be found working out at the gym, riding his bike, reading the newspaper, walking his dogs Missy & Penny, manicuring the yard and garden, cleaning his truck or helping someone fix something but his favorite activity was being PopPop to his grandbabies. Nothing brought him more joy.

Henry is survived by his spouse Eileen Lomas, children Kimberly Accardo (Mike) and Jack Lomas (Gaby), brothers Joe Lomas (Louise) and Jim Lomas (Elise), and his beloved grandchildren Dominic, Logan, Ellie and soon to be born Alex Henry Lomas. He is also survived by so many nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and neighbors. He will be missed by all.

Henry is preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Mary Lomas, brother, John "Jack" Lomas and sister Dolores McFarland.

There will be a viewing Sunday November 20, 2022 from 10am to 12 pm at GARDNER FUNERAL HOME, RUNNEMEDE. Funeral service 12 noon at the funeral home. Interment private

Memorial donations can be made in Henry's name to the Homeward Bound Pet Adoption Center in Blackwood, NJ, NJ Sharing Network or any charity of your choice.


Vincent J Accardo wrote on Nov 19, 2022:

"Kim and Michael and family We are so sorry Kim to hear about your Dad. We send our love and prayers God bless Aunt Barbara and Uncle Vince "

Kelly Hannigan wrote on Nov 18, 2022:

"My heart is completely broken. I do not have one childhood memory that you were not a part of. One of my favorite times was being at 45th street in Sea isle. There was nothing better than a pot full of steamers and peel n eat shrimp. They are times I will always hold to close to my heart. You were truly the best and have left a hole in all of our hearts. Rest easy ?? Kelly "

Wendy Wright Tucker wrote on Nov 17, 2022:

"My mother married into the Lomas family when I was already in my early 20?s and although I am not ?blood? Uncle Henry always treated me like I was. It?s a rare and beautiful gift I have always cherished and always will. My favorite memory of him is when I just arrived on a flight from Florida to visit. As I walked through the terminal, Uncle Henry popped out of one of the ceiling tiles in the airport to welcome me! He was working on a repair at the airport and was keeping watch to see when I arrived! That was many years ago and it still brings a huge smile to my face. I will cherish that memory forever. My love and prayers to Eileen, Kimberly and Jack. Tom and Wendy"

Frank Worrell wrote on Nov 17, 2022:

"I had the pleasure to work with Henry for quite awhile and Henry was always was a gentleman first class. Frank Worrell"

Timothy Mullin wrote on Nov 17, 2022:

"So sorry for your Loss, Henry was a Good man whom I had the pleasure to work with and became friends with. He had a memorable laugh that I can still hear. RIP Brother."

Barbara Anconetani wrote on Nov 17, 2022:

"RIP Henry Barbara Anconetani"

Andrea Lomas wrote on Nov 17, 2022:

"I just want to thank Uncle Henry and Aunt Eileen for taking care of my Joey for 4 years!! I dropped him off every morning before school. Joey also hung out there after school if he did not have sports or after practice waiting for Joe or I to pick him up. Uncle Henry would come and watch Joey play soccer and baseball and would bring Logan. He enjoyed Uncle Henry's Pepsi!!! Then when Joey graduated this past spring from Sterling, Joey was given a tower of Coke cans!! Thank you!! Love, Andrea"