Henri PARENTON (1924-1984)Henri ROUTY, my father, born November 24, 1924 at 93 Rue Lemercier - Paris XVII.
His mother Rose ROUTY, housekeeper, lives with his father Sylvain PARENTON, house painter, but it is not yet divorced from his first spouse & Marie-Marguerite ROUSSELIERE married November 23, 1918, he can not recognize his children born "outlaw."
The October 7, 1929 his father recognizes him and his sister Sylvaine born May 11, 1922. From this date it will be called Henri PARENTON.
His brother Jean-Paul was born in Paris Xth September 8, 1932. During her childhood Henry rubs his cousins Roger and Raymond, his uncle Paul sons.
He made his Communion in 1935, obtained his Certificate of Primary Education Elementary June 26, 1936, he was 11 years old. Unfortunately his little brother died January 10, 1938, when Henry was 13.
During the war
He became a student apprentice 1 October 1939 to 31 July 1942 and is employed at the Arsenal de l'Aéronautique.
During the exodus, he went cycling with his father to Gueret (Creuse in 400 kms from Paris), family PARENTON birthplace, and joined the family that was already refugee.
As of September 10, 1942, he worked as a boilermaker-sheet metal worker for Chausson plants but must leave his job to escape hurriedly research of the German police.
He escaped to France by Spain and undertakes March 15, 1943 in SAS Paratrooper brigades of Free France in Camberley (United Kingdom). He took part in the Normandy landings of June 1944 and many battles that earned him being named Master Corporal and mentioned at the Order of Airborne Army.
After the war, he was released in April 1946 and he likes to tell he went down the Champs Elysées and was hired immediately by Esso Standart when he showed his military papers. He worked there until his retirement as a Buyer.
His father died in October 1950 he serves as head of household and spouse Helen CAMPOURIS June 7, 1952 in Paris. They have two children: Christine born July 31, 1954 and Frederic was born on 6 February 1961.
He retires in 1984, but did not have time to enjoy it, because a cancer outweighs the 1 August 1984, a few months after the birth of his first grandaughter Fanny.