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Man found dead at Taylor Dock remembered for kind, loving heart

Henry 'Hank' King left a positive impression on hundreds

A wooden bench with many flowers left on top. There is an excerpt from the police for any information as well as a sign dedicating the bench in memory of Henry King.
Dozens of people stopped on March 15 to ponder or leave flowers, notes and trinkets on a bench Henry King frequented on the trail between the Boulevard Park and Taylor Dock boardwalks. King was shot to death March 12 near Taylor Dock. Hundreds of community members recall talking to King about baseball, the birds and the bay along the high foot-traffic path. (Audra Anderson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Audra Anderson Assistant Editor
In recent years, Henry “Hank” King, 48, was most frequently found seated on a bench near Bouleva

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