Henry Gargus is an eager college baseball player for Stanford University and hopes to help the team win another College World Series Championship this year.
At times of intense introspection, he retreats into pure blackbox, leaving only another actor and heavy atmospheric lighting as visual clues for setting the scene. At other times he can turn even a jail cell into a dancefloor!
Early Life and Education
Henry Gargus was an outfielder on the Kalamazoo Growlers from Davis High School in Mercer Island, Washington. He earned 2018 Perfect Game All-America status and participated in Petco Park’s All-American Classic last summer as well.
At Stanford University, he played college baseball. At this event, he stood out and was recognized by being selected to the Northwest Region High School Dream Team.
He was born to Meredith and Catharine King (nee Crittenden). Among his eight siblings was John Gargus. When he reached age 20, he married Nancy Gargis in Alabama at marriage place 1860 where they raised six children together before his passing in April 1860 at death place Alabama.
Henry Gargus has made an effortless transition from Stanford to professional baseball, starting off strongly with Yakima Valley Pippins as an All-American with two Perfect Game All-America selections and 11 hits across 11 games for a.314 average and five doubles.
Gargus is eager to begin his second year in the Northwest League and add to his impressive list of achievements. Additionally, he hopes to refine his hitting skills and enhance his overall game performance.
Henry Gargus was born in Tennessee on the 29th day of 1821 and married Mary Ann “Polly” Garrigus (nee Cash). This couple had two sons: John Garrigus and William Garrigus. Henry died at 79 in Alabama.
Achievement and Honors
Gargus was honored with being selected to Perfect Game’s Northwest Region High School Dream Team in 2018. In addition, he holds numerous accolades such as having been honored as an All-American and home run derby champion in past seasons of Perfect Game.
Jacob Gargus (born Watts) and Paralee Watts have three children together: Mary Jane Washburn, William Edward Gargus and Luther Amos Gargus. They reside in Kentucky.
Daniel Hale Williams Diversity and Inclusion Award from Feinberg School of Medicine was given to him for exemplary achievements in promoting diversity and inclusion during graduation in 2018. Additionally, in 2015 he won Outstanding Extracurricular Activity award from his alma mater A.C Davis High School in Yakima Washington where he graduated. Today, Daniel resides with his wife and three children there.
Henry Gargus and Mary M. Gargus have one daughter together: Donie Jackie Gargus. Additionally, Henry also has two grandchildren.
William Henry Garrigus was born in 1821 to William Garrigus and Nancy Carr (nee Carr). He had nine siblings: William Henry Gargus, Martha J Williams and seven others.
He died at 63 in 1968 in the United States. He was laid to rest at his birthplace. A member of the Baptist Church, he enjoyed fishing and hunting as hobbies; also an accomplished songwriter who is part of Alabama Songwriters Hall of Fame; founding member of Attalla Area Chamber of Commerce where he served its board for years as well.