Henry Simon

Simon began his adult life at Oxford, then to the desert of California for five years that cured the TB he had. He settled in California, married and raised a family. He took an extended family visit to Germany when the Crash of 1929 left him stranded. He found work as an American consultant. He developed a rare disease that made is impossible for him to return to the U.S. He lived in Germany during the war years. He died at age 75.