I don't know that I've every had a proxy signature before. Bob Henry pitched in the Minor Leagues from 1946 to 1951, never making it to the Major Leagues. He went 39-59 with a 5.63 ERA. Bob was born in either 1923 (ball card info) or 1925 (baseball-reference.com info). He passed away in 1991.
As far as I know, Anne is still with us.
Jim "Boom-Boom" Bynon never made it out of the minors. He played for eight seasons, bouncing back and forth between class B and C clubs. He ended up with a .295 Batting Average and punched out 188 Home Runs. He passed away in 1991 at the age of 69.
Clarence Maddern was the only native of Bisbee, Arizona to make it to the Majors. He played for the Cubs and the Indians a few times. In 1948 he played 80 games with the Cubs. His baseball career ran from 1940 until 1957, with a few years off during the war. He served in Europe. He passed away in 1986 at the age of 64.