Henry Bisnette

Henry Bisnette

At Fleet Landing retirement community, he served on the Resident Council and as president of sailing club, computer club and travel club. Additionally, he founded Center City Ministries of Bethlehem while previously acting as elder, deacon and financial secretary.

He served on the boards of both the American Red Cross and USS Massachusetts Battleship.

Early Life and Education

Henry Bisnette was born and educated in New York State, attending both public and private elementary and secondary schools before enrolling at New York’s College of Staten Island for further studies.

After graduating college, he worked in the mercantile trade for several years before moving to Bismarck and purchasing land in Burleigh county. For five or six years after this move, he also engaged in farming activities.

He married Harriet Alair in 1873. Together they had two children: Mary Wright (nee Bisnett) and John D Bisnett.

He was an active member of the Presbyterian Church in America and American Medical Association as well as American Academy of Dermatology. Additionally, he served on the University of Michigan Hospital and Health System’s board of trustees.

Professional Career

Henry Bisnette worked as both a civil engineer and construction manager for more than twenty years. He was a member of both the American Society of Civil Engineers – Central Mass Chapter as President – as well as American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).

Beyond his professional interests, he enjoys exploring many other areas as well. An avid sports enthusiast, he takes particular pleasure in tennis and golf as hobbies; additionally he likes traveling with his family.

He currently resides at 15 Westview Avenue, Shrewsbury MA 01545, having lived here since 1997. Prior to moving here he resided at 91 Central Street Auburn Massachusetts 01501 for 13 years beginning March 1996. He has two biological children and four stepchildren as well as one granddaughter and two half-grandchildren.

Personal Life

He was an active member of the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Loyal Order of Moose. Additionally, he held office as president for four years at Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Orphan Home at Xenia.

Henry spoke to the court in chambers and disclosed for the first time that Mother had inappropriately touched him on November 2016. Based on this one incident alone, the trial court determined Mother unfit for custody or even supervised visitation of Henry.

Mother argues that all other undisputed findings of fact are positive and she has been an attentive and loving parent to Henry. She maintains a stable home environment, is employed and meets his daily needs.

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