Carrie Lynn Hennig

Sanford, Michigan

Age 56


June 4, 2020
Sanford, Michigan


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Carrie Lynn HennigCarrie Lynn (Jewett) Hennig went to be with our Lord and Savior on June 4, 2020 at C.S.Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor Michigan after an 8-week battle with COVID-19.Per Carrie's wishes, cremation has taken place.Carrie was born in Saginaw to Patricia (Pringle) and Gordon...

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My deepest sympathy to Joshua, Jonathan, and Jereme. I just found out today August 21 about your mom. I pray God watches over you all , and your families and keeps you safe and helps you all through this very difficult time. God bless you all. Lori

Eternal Affection Arrangement- BASKET INCLUDED

Grove of 100 Memorial Trees

In Loving Memory of Carrie Lynn Hennig, Celebrating a life well lived whose memories will be cherished forever. May these trees provide oxygen to people the same way that Carrie did on a daily basis.

To the family of Carrie Hennig but especially Kevin,
My condolences. Carrie was clearly God's blessing to you. Through faith in Christ Jesus we have the promise he gives, because I live, you also will live. Our prayers are with you.

To Carrie's Family and especially Brian,
My condolences for your great loss. Our prayers are with you. She was clearly a huge blessing to you. Through faith in Christ Jesus we have the promise of Christ, Because I live, you also will live.
Pastor Tim & Rachel Kuske Baraboo, WI.

Carrie was very special in my life. She gave me back what I had lost. The ability to take deep breaths, walk my dog and make my bed. She was my Respiratory Therapist and friend after 6 yrs volunteering at Pulmonary Rehab.
She really knew how to help people and give her all. Carries family was always first. Carrie may you rest in the arms of God for all eternity. I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU!! I LOVE YOU!♥♥

Carrie left an impact on my life during the time we worked together at Bronson. She showed me a new meaning of caring for others. I followed her work ethnic and began to help other's outside of the office, as well. I'll never let your memory die. You are the real hero. Love you and God bless your family. -Danielle

Thank you and condolences to the family and friends of a hero.

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