Jeanette Sue Sturgeon Henry

Orlando, Florida

1939 - 2019 (Age 79)


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Orlando, Florida - Jeanette Sue Sturgeon Henry, age 79, wife of Pastor James "Brother Jim" Henry, went home to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ February 4, 2019, after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's. Jeanette was born February 22, 1939, in Glasgow, Kentucky, to the late Samuel and...

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Bro Jim, Bob & I watched Jeanette's celebration service via live stream today. What beautiful tributes to your precious wife! We cried with you & for you! I know Jeanette was so proud of you & her precious children, Grandchildren , & Great Grandchildren. I praise God for the godly impact your family has had on our lives. Love you and continued prayers for you & your family

Jack's and my love and prayers are with you Bro Jim and your entire family. We are so thankful to be able to attend Jeanette's home going service today via Live Stream. Jeanette was loved by all who knew her for she had the ability to make every person she came in contact with feel special to her. She radiated the love of Christ in everything she did. Memories of her will always make us smile!

Bro. Jim and family, I may have met Mrs. Henry at 1 time or another. From what it sounds she was a remarkable woman and Christian. Visited numerous times at FBC Orlando downtown when my sister was in the Uke Band of Dream Lake of Apopka, FL. Which would have been the late 1970's and early 1980's and on LB McLeod too for other services. I am praying for you daily in your loss of your mother and your wife. You have always been an inspiration to me as a Christian and a man overall. Phillipians...

May God comfort you in the knowledge that Jeanette is with her Heavenly Father. We will keep you and your precious family prayed up. Love...Your Friends at Sola

Brother Jim, you are in our prayers today. Sondal & I were married by you almost 52 yrs ago.
Joan Evetts. Gadsden, Al now

Dear Brother Jim and family - - May you feel God's peace and presence as you say good-bye to earthly Jeanette. Heaven will be much sweeter for you now. I hold precious memories of our time at Two Rivers under your ministry. You are in my prayers. Shirley (French) King - daughter of Miles and Peggy

My deepest condolences to Brother Jim and extended family. Jeanette's life made a difference to so many.

God bless.

My deepest prayers & condolences to your family. Ms. Jeannette was a lady thru & thru with such strong Christian values. I will always remember Jerry & me being in her Sunday School class any years ago. Rest in peace, Ms. Jeannette.

Our deepest sympathies to the family. We pray in your behalf, and look forward to the day when we will welcome our dear loved ones back to a Paradise earth. Ps 37:29