Henry Latten may have been known by his full name: Henry Ketcham Lattin, which may have been taken from his mother’s maiden name. In 1830 he married Julia Wood and they resided at Oyster Bay in Queens County on Long Island by 1860. Unfortunately he died while picking apples in 1894 due to a fall from an apple orchard.
We discovered 6 people in Arizona, Louisiana and five other states named Henry Latten. To see who these people are and their relationships and occupations click on any name below.
Early Life and Education
Henry Latten has been hired as the new Head Boys Basketball Coach of Central Lafourche High School. Latten has over two decades of experience coaching at high school levels; with stints at Slidell High, Covington, and St Augustine-New Orleans where he served as boys basketball coach.
Henry holds degrees in biology from Mansfield University, M.S. from Indiana University, and Ph.D. from Harvard. In addition to serving as a college professor, Henry has also held multiple administrative roles within the school system for nearly two decades.
We found more than 100 records for Henry Latten across Arizona, Louisiana and five other states. See public records, phone numbers, photos and more! Henry is married to Evelyn Kiper Latten and they share two children together; currently living in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Henry Latten is an American basketball coach. He has experience at both high school and middle school levels; currently the head boys basketball coach of Central Lafourche since 2002; previously having served at Slidell and St. Augustine High Schools in New Orleans.
He served as assistant boys basketball coach at Brother Martin High in New Orleans, leading them to a 26-10 record and Class 5A state quarterfinal appearance in 2004.
He is married to Evelyn Kiper and has two children: Tyra Latten and Evelyn Kiper (nee Kiper). Previously residing in Arizona and Connecticut. Tyra and Evelyn share many relatives including Ellen. Additionally he belongs to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (CJCLDS).
Achievement and Honors
Henry Latten has been appointed Central Lafourche boys basketball coach. He replaces Mark Sanders who recently stepped down after seven seasons of coaching the Trojans. Latten hopes to continue the success of Central Lafourche boys basketball which saw them make it all the way to Class 5A state quarterfinals last season.
Coach Smith has over two decades of high school coaching experience at Slidell, Covington, St Augustine New Orleans Belle Chasse as a head coach or assistant. Additionally, he spent some time as an assistant coach for East Jefferson.
We found 6 people with the name Henry Latten across the US. Louisiana and Arizona seem to be where he has relatives living, so create a free family tree to find out more.
Henry Latten was appointed by Central Lafourche High School as its new boys basketball coach on Jan. 10, and plans on keeping the program on course. Latten previously taught at Slidell and Covington high schools before working under Bernard Griffith’s guidance at St Augustine-New Orleans as an assistant boys basketball coach – taking them all the way to a Class 5A state quarterfinal game!
We found six people across eight states named Henry Latten. Arizona and Louisiana were most common; on average they are 49 years old. Most are married with children; several of them teach or coach; some work in business while some do government service – they all seem successful at whatever field they choose to enter.
Henry Latten has amassed an estimated net worth of approximately $1.7 billion. His fortune comes from various business interests he holds such as being CEO of Allied Medical Group and serving on several public company boards.
He is also an active philanthropist, having donated millions to numerous charitable organizations nationwide.
Matilda Latten (born Beardsley), his wife of 15 years and 10 grandchildren was married on May 6, 2017 in New York, United States. Tyra Latten and Evelyn Kiper are his nieces; his family lives in New Orleans. His name derives from Old Norse word latn, meaning tent in Old Norse language.