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BERNARD A. HENNIG Obituary
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July 16, 2018

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April 9, 2014
My deepest sympathies for the entire Hennig family. Bernard Hennig, Sr. was a great man whose daily smile, just a few years ago, brought light to the office. A famous stamp collector who will truly be missed. All my love to the family and loved ones.
Patti Cole
April 8, 2014
Your smiling presence and humor will be missed by all the members of your Societies, clubs and organizations, After a wonderful life, God Speed, Bud. My deepest sympathy to your family.

Jerry Jensen, President, Germany Philatelic Society
April 7, 2014
My wife Daniela and I wish to express our deepest sympathy to the family of Bud, a friend for so many years.
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Giancarlo Morolli, Italy
April 7, 2014
As our class Scribe, I extend my deepest sympathy to Bud's family on behalf of the Loyola Academy Class of 1958. We will always remember Bud as a spiritual person having been a member of the Sodality for all four years of high school and Men of the Sacred Heart in his senior year. Always a leader, his peers honored him as Secretary-Treasurer of the Railroad Club and Vice President of the Shutter Club. And who can forget his many contributions to our school newspaper, the Prep. Our class was a better group because of him. May he rest in peace.