Henry "Heinie" Weisenbaugh was born in Tarentum, Pennsylvania on March 12, 1913, attended Tarentum High School and then prep school at the Kiskiminetas Springs School in Saltsburg, Pennsylvania. He went on to play fullback for the University of Pittsburgh, who played in the 1933 Rose Bowl.

In 1935 he played halfback for the Pittsburgh "Football" Pirates and then the Boston Redskins, where he played in four games and ran for 39 yards. He played for the Redskins again in 1936, had nine rushing yards and 37 receiving yards. He later served as an official for the National Football League for several years. 

After football, Heine graduated Pitt's Dental School in 1938 and established his practice in Tarentum.

During World War II, he served as a Captain and Dental Officer in the 455th AAA Bn. in Europe. He later departed the unit and eventually became a Major in the Army Medical Corps.

He served at one time on the Tarentum school board and won election to the borough council in November 1961.

Dr Henry Weisenbaugh passed away at the Alleghany Valley Hospital, in Natrona Heights, PA on September 20, 1965, at age 52.