Harry Leslie Henning, Jr. 1936 ~ 2022

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Harry Leslie Henning, Jr. of Marysville, Washington passed away on Sunday, June 26, 2022, at the age of 86. After several months of declining health, Harry died peacefully surrounded by his family.

Harry was born on January 7, 1936 to father Harry Leslie Henning, Sr. and mother Lola Marjorie (Harnish) Henning in Glazier, Texas.

Harry was married to his beloved wife, Beverly Lea (Rosenblatt) Henning for 61 years. Together they raised 2 daughters, Deborah and Sherry.

After serving time in the US Army at the Pentagon, Harry graduated from Panhandle State A&M College in Goodwill, Oklahoma with a degree in secondary education. He taught high school English for several years and was then hired to work at The Boeing Company. There he enjoyed a lengthy career as a Mechanical Engineer followed by an even longer, more enjoyable retirement.

Harry is survived by his wife, Beverly, daughter Deborah Edmondson (Gary), and grandchildren Jason, Amber, Brent (Elizabeth), Samantha, and Sara; great grandchildren Jordann, Colton, Jade, Phoenix, Chelsi, Nolan, Isla, and Aiden; daughter Sherry Brown (Christopher), and grandchildren Jessica, Julie, and Nicholas; great granddaughter Mikayla; brother Ronald Henning (Betty) and sisters Catherine Cole-Brown, Ruby Hiatt (Bud), Ruth Schoenhals and numerous nieces and nephews

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