William G. Henson
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William G. Henson
May 4, 2021
Age 61, Bill (William) gained his angel wings Tuesday morning leaving behind a loving wife (Tina Henson) of 34 years and two amazing daughters (Christina Acireno and Sara McClanahan). Two Brothers (Robert Henson and Troy Adam) and two sisters (Terry Zink and Billie Etie) and a beloved Father (Willy Henson)
He now joins both his moms in heaven (Billie Hodnett and Joanne Henson).
Bill was an amazing, hard working and caring person. Bill went to Mohawk school district where he graduated in 1978. In 1983, he enlisted and served 6 years in the Marines Reserves. Married Tina in 1992 and had two wonderful daughters. He was a welder for 30 plus years and even helped build the Eugene library staircase. His passion was hunting and fishing all the time and had the pleasure of hunting in multiple states. When anyone needed help, he was there for them. It didn't matter how big or little the job was, he was there to help.
His service will be held Monday the 17th at 1pm at Marcola Christian Church
92419 Marcola, OR, 97454.
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Published in Eugene Register-Guard from May 13 to May 14, 2021.
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May 15, 2021
Rest In Peace, Cousin Bill. Thank you for being such a good cousin to me, Nicki, Hayden and Austin! You are loved and missed, Warrior.
Richard Henson
May 14, 2021
My Dear Sweet Neighbor. You were the true meaning of neighborly. A Godly man. Great fisherman and hunter. Thanks for Great Gardening lessons. And helping build our fence. I'm going to miss you. Till I see you in Heaven my friend. I promise to watch over Tina and the girls.
Carol Free
May 14, 2021
He was such a loving uncle. Always having a smile on his face and being the most kind hearted person meant everything to me. I will miss him greatly, and we will meet again
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