Henny Pauline Rød, 1921–2009 (aged 88 years)
|Birth|| October 3, 1921
|Christening|| November 27, 1921
29 (aged 1 month)|
|Birth of a sister||Inga Ovidie Rød|
March 21, 1923 (aged 1 year)
|Christening of a sister||Inga Ovidie Rød|
May 20, 1923 (aged 1 year)
|Birth of a sister||Elida Paula Rød|
April 16, 1925 (aged 3 years)
|Christening of a sister||Elida Paula Rød|
June 7, 1925 (aged 3 years)
|Death of a mother||Anna Elisabeth Petersdatter|
November 23, 1929 (aged 8 years)
|Burial of a mother||Anna Elisabeth Petersdatter|
November 29, 1929 (aged 8 years)
|Death of a paternal grandfather||Peder Pederson Rød|
July 10, 1931 (aged 9 years)
|Burial of a paternal grandfather||Peder Pederson Rød|
July 16, 1931 (aged 9 years)
Note: Jordfestet 15. November 1933
|Death of a paternal grandmother||Ildri Andersdotter|
March 3, 1932 (aged 10 years)
|Burial of a paternal grandmother||Ildri Andersdotter|
March 11, 1932 (aged 10 years)
Note: Jordfesta 15. november 1933
|Birth of a half-sister||Aslaug Rød|
May 2, 1933 (aged 11 years)
|Birth of a half-sister||Ingrid Rød|
July 11, 1935 (aged 13 years)
|Immigration|| January 3, 1947 (aged 25 years)|
ReiseJune 20, 1950 (aged 28 years)
Note: Henny og Sverre reiser til Antwerpen, Belgia
|Residence|| 1954 (aged 32 years)|
|Death of a father||Pedro Pederson Rød|
November 30, 1968 (aged 47 years)
|Burial of a father||Pedro Pederson Rød|
after November 30, 1968 (aged 47 years)
|Death of a half-sister||Aslaug Rød|
July 7, 1973 (aged 51 years)
|Burial of a half-sister||Aslaug Rød|
1973 (aged 51 years)
|Death of a half-sister||Ingrid Rød|
August 5, 1979 (aged 57 years)
|Burial of a half-sister||Ingrid Rød|
after August 5, 1979 (aged 57 years)
|Death of a sister||Inga Ovidie Rød|
October 28, 2005 (aged 84 years)
|Burial of a sister||Inga Ovidie Rød|
November 4, 2005 (aged 84 years)
|Death of a sister||Elida Paula Rød|
May 8, 2007 (aged 85 years)
|Burial of a sister||Elida Paula Rød|
after May 8, 2007 (aged 85 years)
|Death|| December 11, 2009 (aged 88 years)|
|Burial|| December 16, 2009 (5 days after death)|
Cemetery: Westhampton Memorial Park
Marriage: before 1920 —
5 monthselder sister
18 monthsyounger sister
2 yearsyounger sister
Henny og Sverre reiser til Antwerpen, Belgia
Former Staten Islander Henny Pauline Ulvestad, 88, of 2900 Sugarberry Lane, Midlothian, Virginia, a dedicated volunteer who loved to cook, died Friday at her home.
Born Henny Rod in Molde, Norway, she lived in Kobe, Japan; Rockford, Illinois; and Mabel, Minnesota before settling on Nevada Avenue in Egbertville in 1964. She moved to Midlothian eleven years ago.
Mrs. Ulvestad worked as a nurse before dedicating her career to Eger Health Care and Rehabilitation Center, where her husband, Sverre, served as its administrator from 1964 to 1982.
She worked alongside her husband, helping him as he expanded the facility from a forty-two-bed home to a 378-bed home. She stood by him proudly at fund-raisers, served with him on various committees and boards, and volunteered her own time visiting with residents.
Together, the couple were members of the South Shore Rotary, Community Board 2, and the Norwegian Lutheran Seamen's Mission, a philanthropic organization through which they traveled the world and served others.
While living in Midlothian, Mrs. Ulvestad continued her volunteerism as a member of Christ the King Lutheran Church - through the church, she worked with the homeless and with the non-profit organization, Meals on Wheels.
Mrs. Ulvestad could often be found in the kitchen, cooking and baking for friends and guests - she was always willing to share her recipes with anyone who asked, said her family.
She also loved spending time with her family - especially her three grandchildren, Kristina, Hannah, and Christopher.
In addition to her husband of sixty-four years, Sverre, and her grandchildren, surviving Mrs. Ulvestad are her daughter, Elisabeth Brennan.
The funeral will be held tomorrow from the Woody Funeral Home, Midlothian, with a Mass at 11:00 a.m. in Christ the King Church. Burial will follow in Westhampton Memorial Park, Richmond. Published in the Staten Island Advance on December 15, 2009.