Laura Ladine Henry left this world much too early at the age of 51, on August 26, 2021, with her loving husband Mike Henry and family by her side.Laura not only fought the good fight with cancer but won many of the major battles. Her long fight began in 2007 with her initial diagnosis, transplant in 2013, and in 2015 the heartbreaking news of the return of the cancer.Laura was always stoic about her health challenges and added a mixture of humor and strength along the road of her difficult journey. She had many setbacks along the way but did not easily give up. She had an amazing ability to pick herself up, dust herself off, and find another treatment, always without complaint. Her family is deeply grateful to her transplant surgeon and health advocate, Dr. Anthony Sebastian. Laura often referred to him as her 'guardian angel" who was always her constant advocate and guide through all the medical treatments. She always knew he and his staff were in her corner. Laura served on the Board of "Transplant in Life" support group for OU Medical and was involved with education and awareness for other transplant patients. She served as a mentor to many transplant patients.Her brother, Curtis Sutton and sister, Diana Sutton welcomed their little sister, Laura into their blended family on Labor Day, September 6, 1969.Laura moved to Oklahoma at the age of 3 and spent all 12 years in the Midwest City school district and graduated in 1987 as a proud Midwest City Bomber.In 2005, Laura met and later married her true love Mike Henry in 2007. Mike with his quick wit and caring heart helped her during her many health battles. After her transplant in 2013, another spark of light and love entered their life, Clayton Henry. Laura loved being a mother and all the birthday parties and special holidays that went along with raising Clayton. You could always find Laura volunteering at Clayton's school and signing up for events. There was never a potluck dinner that she didn't sign up for. Her casseroles and desserts accompanied all the social events of her street parties at "The Grove" in OKC. She loved cooking Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner along with Fourth of July bashes.Laura was preceded in death by her father, Charles Osborn, and mother, Marianna Osborn.Laura leaves behind her loving husband, Mike; treasured son, Clayton; brother, Curtis; and sister, Diana; as well as ten nieces and nephews whom she adored, Andrew Sutton, Nicole Zschiesche, Adam Sutton, Anna Zschiesche, Jacob Sutton, Nathan Sutton, Benjamin Sutton, Madeline Zschieche and Tommy Zschiesche. They will greatly miss their Aunt Laura. She loved the Christmas season and always showered her nieces and nephews with loving Christmas cheer.