Mention the name "Mr. Henry" in the Tulsa region, and it naturally evokes a devotion to community, commitment to improving lives of others and creation of opportunity for those less fortunate. Henry Zarrow gave his support to worthwhile causes throughout the community, including The University of Tulsa where he also served as a Trustee Emeritus.
He made his mark in business, along with his father and brother, building Tulsa-based Sooner Pipe and Supply into the world's largest tubular distributor in the oil and gas industry. A lifelong philanthropist, Mr. Henry and his beloved wife, Anne, earned the ever-lasting love of the Tulsa community through their charitable support. Through their foundations, the Zarrows have opened doors for TU students through scholarships, annual fund support, and building projects, such as the Case Athletic Complex. Their passion came from a deep-seated belief that education can make a difference in students' lives and is the key to their successful futures.