Charles G. Henaghan

Binghamton, New York

1944 - 2017 (Age 72)


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Henaghan, Charles G.Charles G. Henaghan, 72, of Binghamton, NY died Saturday, February 18, 2017, at Albany Medical Center, Albany NY, after a brief illness. Born March 3, 1944 in Susquehanna, Pa., he was the son of the late Charles and Elizabeth (Troup) Henaghan. Survivors include his loving wife...

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Will miss you my old friend. RIP
Tom & Mary

So sorry to hear of Charlie's passing. We were classmates in Oakland school, and played baseball nearly every day in the summer, at Oakland school grounds. He was a great friend. I'm sure, that your wonderful memories of Charlie, and the promise of eternal life, will help in this time of sorrow. My sincere condolences. Mike Lea

Merilys & Kathy - I was in shock when I read about my good friend Charlie. I am so sorry for you. The world has lost a wonderful man!
- Rick & Sue Robinson

Dear Merilys, Kathy & Family -

I'm so sorry to hear this news. Charlie
was in my thoughts a couple of nights ago.
I had hoped to see all of you at another Spring
Training game in Tampa some time soon but
that is not to be.
Charlie was one of the bright lights at
Maines. Everyone loved him and he was very good
and effective at his job. I loved coming to your home at Christmas time when all the decorations were out...

Merylis, Kathy, and family,
We were so surprised and sorry to hear about Charlie. Thinking of you and sending love and prayers.

My prayers and thoughts are with his family. I was lucky enough to play softball with Charlie and actually caught a no hitter that he threw in kattelville. Great guy and a fellow yankee fan..

Charlie God bless and rest in peace.

Merilys and family We are so sorry to hear about Charlie's passing may your memories bring you comfort and may God's hands be with everyone in this time of grief

Debi and Bud Alexander

I am so sorry to hear of this news. Charlie was a great man and a wonderful softball coach. I appreciated all he did for me when I played for him. My condolences and prayers go out to his family.