A former Villanova employee in hospice care got the star treatment at the Nova game against Providence Wednesday night.
"They call him 'Mr. Villanova' there because that's all he wears is Villanova gear," daughter, Theresa Vogel said.
87-year-old Bob Henry and his family had courtside seats.
"It brought a tear to my eye," his daughter said.
Henry worked at Nova for 20 plus years. He worked first as a security guard and then for the strength and conditioning coach.
The people at Hospice Compassus decided to create a special memory for a very special patient. They contacted Villanova and even arranged for Henry to come to the game by ambulance.
Henry received a signed basketball and a championship hat.