Robert A. Henry (born 29 December 1907) is an American supercentenarian who is currently unvalidated and possibly the oldest living man in the United States since the death of CP Crawford on November 23 2019.
Henry worked at the family farm. He finished school with an 11th grade education.
In 1928, he headed for California with a friend with $75 in hand. He traveled through the Berthound Pass and forded the Colorado River on a barge, ultimately ending in Los Angeles.
During World War II, Bob built B-17 and P-38 fighter aircraft for Lockheed Martin. In 1950, he moved to Yucaipa with his wife Irene and was employed as a mechanic and a service manager at the DeSoto/Plymouth car dealership in Redlands.
- Yucaipa Council officially designated Dec. 29, as Bob Henry Day News Mirror, 29 Dec 2016