Henry Schein – The Man Behind the Henry Chain
As hospitals purchase physician practices and alternative care firms such as urgent care facilities and ambulatory surgical centers at a rapid pace, Henry Schein’s Melville, New York-based healthcare solutions distributor is making huge gains – it currently ranks #2 for medical supply distributors nationwide.
Based on its valuation metrics, this company appears to be undervalued compared to its peers.
Early Life and Education
Henry Chain was born in Virginia where his family ran both a farm and store, and he struggled to find employment as store owner or planter until finally finding success as a lawyer renowned for delivering powerful speeches that appealed to emotion as much as reason.
At some point during her career, Henry Chain patented several inventions. These included a double-chain stitch sewing machine, typewriter attachment for duplicating documents before photocopying became widely used, and children’s toys. She also worked as a consultant for large corporations on developing guidance systems for submarines and missiles; never married herself nor took part in any relationships; thus remaining self-sufficient while devoting herself solely to her interests; she is widely viewed as being among the pioneers for women in science.
Achievement and Honors
Henry has earned numerous honors and awards over his long career for his contributions. In 2021, he was honored by being named a Fellow of the National Science Foundation as well as receiving the Waterman Award from the National Academy of Sciences.
Henry was honored with the CSCMP Distinguished Service Award in 2016, an accolade which recognizes those who have made outstanding contributions to logistics and supply chain management during their careers. Furthermore, Henry is honored as an inductee into the CSCMP Hall of Fame.
Henry takes pride in both his professional achievements as well as being an avid college football fanatic. His custom-made chain features Yulee High School, Alabama Crimson Tide and Tennessee Titans logos – not to mention a small Heisman Trophy with diamond inlay from 2015. Needless to say, Henry takes his sport very seriously!
Henry accepted his new reality with equanimity and continued with his plans, even designing and crafting a wheelchair with self-propelling wheels.
Even while paralyzed, he found time to run a tavern and study law – eventually earning his law degree and becoming a successful practitioner in private practice.
While Dottie gave up custody of Henry to Lansing and Dante, she never stopped trying to win him back. Will Dottie continue their pursuit? Joe recently resided in Paris under an assumed identity; will he find Marienne or move onto something new?
Henry has amassed a considerable fortune through smart stock investments, expansive property holdings and lucrative endorsement contracts. Additionally, he has cashing several paychecks from movies and TV shows where he played leading roles.
Henry is estimated to be making an estimated annual income of more than $10 Million, and has been associated with various brands including Campbell’s Chunky Soup and Old Spice.
Henry has also become one of the many endorsees for Nike footwear and apparel, being featured in their campaign named Swagger. Additionally, Henry has worked closely with Boys & Girls Clubs, Habitat for Humanity and BostonSight while contributing funds and donations for healthcare and education charities like BostonSight and YMCA of Greater Boston. Additionally he was one of several NFL players to pay their respects to Kobe Bryant with wearing his custom chain in tribute of him passing.