Donald-Henderson-Obituary

Donald James Henderson

Colusa, California

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Our condolence to the Henderson family. I have known you all my life. I'm sorry I couldn't be there, but you were all in our thoughts.

My sincere condolences on your great loss. May you find peace and comfort during this sad time…Psalms 25:16,17

I'm so sorry for your're lost. May the God of Peace be with you in this time of need. (John 6:40)

Dear Inge, Tasha and Sandy, sorry for your loss. I worked for Jim in the early 90's. He was my mentor, supervisor, and teacher. We appreciated his sense of humor, kindness and positive attitude. He used to play a prank or two on some individuals. His favorite was: Hi, this is God... God bless.

Dear Inge, Tascha, and Sandy - I don't know if you remember Terry and me from our Paskenta days - I will always remember Jim for his wonderful sense of humor, his kind and gentle manner, his excellence with the Forest Service, and his dog Mr. X (a long time ago). I am proud to have called him my friend and mentor as I worked for him at Paskenta, and Terry and I were lucky enough to become friends with all of you. We know you miss him and also know that you have amazing and loving memories of...

Sorry for your loss. Dewayne and I worked for many years at Forest Service with Jim. He gave wonderul hugs of kindness and affection and words of encouagement always. We will miss his humor and love him. Judy and Dewayne Peterson

Your sense of humor, guidance, and love will never be forgotten. Rest in peace. Love to all of the Henderson family.

The words are hard to find to express how my heart hurts for all of Jim's family. I was so very lucky to have had the pleasure of meeting him and to have one of those very special birdhouses he made.

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Jim Henderson passed away at his home with his family by his side in Corning, Calif. He was 73 years old.Jim was born in Red Bluff, Calif. to Willis R Henderson and Velma Peck. He married the love of his life on June 24, 1965 in Munich West Germany. Jim and Inge recently celebrated their 48th...

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