Henry L. Lay Memorial services will be today for Henry L. "Hank" Lay, who died Friday in Watsonville of a heart attack. He was 84. A native of Red Lodge, Mont., Mr. Lay moved to Southern California California where he lived for 25 years. Mr. Lay worked for Lockheed Corp. for 33 years in Burbank. While employed there as a flight engineer, he traveled around the world. He retired as a field representative representative assigned to Boca Chica Naval Station in Key West, Fla. Mr. Lay then moved to Watsonville. Mr. Lay was a member of the Pajaro Masonic Lodge No. 110 F&AM, where he received the Hiram Hiram Award, the highest honor presented presented to a fellow Mason. He also was a member of the Watsonville Scottish Rite, Pajaro Valley Shrine Club, Santa Cruz Shrine Club, the Experimental Aircraft Aircraft Association and the Northern California Antique Airplane Association. Association. Mr. Lay was a past president of the Pajaro Valley Shrine Club, a past commander of the Key West Power Squadron, a past Big Sir of the Sons in Retirement Society, and past patron of the Lily of the Valley Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. Mr. Lay was a member and deacon deacon of the United Presbyterian Church of Watsonville. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Mickey Lay of Watsonville; a daughter, Bonnie Silvestri of Cas-taic; Cas-taic; Cas-taic; a son, Dan Lay of Guam; a sister, Ardith Burrell; one cousin, six grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. After cremation, Mr. Lay's ashes will be scatted over the Pacific Ocean by the Northern California Antique Airplane Association. The airplane will be piloted by Lonnie Autry. A memorial service will be at 2 this afternoon at Davis Memorial Chapel, 609 Main St., Watsonville. The family prefers contributions to the Pajaro Masonic Building Fund, P.O. Box 351, Watsonville 95076.