Raleigh family mourns son killed in Uganda blast
Nathan Henn was killed in a terrorist bombing in Uganda last month. On Saturday, he was memorialized in his boyhood church in Wilmington, Del.Posted — Updated
The memorial service for Nathan Henn was held Saturday at Bethel Baptist Church.
The 25-year-old humanitarian aid worker was among 76 people killed July 11 in a pair of terrorist bombings in the Ugandan capital of Kampala.
Henn grew up in Wilmington and attended the University of Delaware before joining Invisible Children, a nonprofit that educates children in northern Uganda affected by war.
His parents now live in Raleigh.
His family has planned a memorial service in Raleigh for 7 p.m. on Aug. 6 at Bayleaf Baptist Church, 12200 Bayleaf Church Road.
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