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Fred Lewis Henninger

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Fred Lewis Henninger, age 77 of Litchfield Park, AZ died February 6, 2020 in Tolleson, AZ.  He was born June 5, 1942 in St. Louis, MO to George R. and Marjorie (Wallace) Henninger.   A visitation will be held at 10:00 am followed by a funeral service at 11:00 am, Saturday, February 22, 2020 at Skyway Church, 14900 W Van Buren St, Goodyear, AZ 85338.  Burial will be at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona.  Condolences for the family may be left at www.ThompsonFuneralChapel.com.

16 Comments on “Fred Lewis Henninger

  1. Beloved father, I will miss you every day. Love you so much! Cecelia

    • Thinking of you Cecelia tomorrow especially as you say goodbye until you meet again. Love you and praying for you

  2. I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories, RIP Fred

  3. Aunt Sylvia,
    My sincere condolences to you, your kids and Fred’s family.
    I will always remember the first time I met Fred and the conversations and laughs we shared in Louisiana and California.
    May he Rest In Peace and May you be comforted by Gods grace during your time of mourning.
    Blessings to you.
    Eric Quarles

  4. So very sorry for your loss Cecelia. Sending hugs and prayers 🙏❤️🙏

  5. Our sincere condolences to you, Cecelia and your family!
    Love you! Prayers
    Jeff, Deirdre, Jason, and Amber

  6. My big brother was the best! Freddy was a gentle soul with a big heart. I am so blessed to have been his little sister. Cathy

  7. You have our Condolences and thoughts of prayer at this time.One of our most special times with Fred is when he taught me how to make his special and famous pound cake in Arizona.In a few days I too will make one in his honor.Stay Blessed,Be Blessed.Sent with Love. Jean and Donald R.Washington.

  8. You are in our prayers especially at this time,Fred was funny guy,always had a funny riddle for me to figure out,but the most pleasurable time is when he taught me how to make his wonderful pound cake in Arizona.will be making one in a few days in his remembrance of him on my day.Stay Blessed Be Blessed.Jean and Donald Washington.

  9. Sylvia you are in our thoughts and prayers .Fred was a fun guy he always had a big smile when we met.I will always remember him,he taught me how to make his wonderful pound cake which i will make one in a few days in his name.May he rest in Jesus grace.Jean and Donald Washington.

  10. Sylvia,you have our Condolences at this time.Fred was so funny always had a smile when we would meet.We shall never forget when he taught me how to make his wonderful pound cake in Arizona.Stay blessed,be blessed.with special thoughts.Jean and Donald Washington.Katy,Tx.

  11. Sylvia our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time. We will all miss Fred and his gentleness. May he rest in peace.

    Sal and Sherri Morales
    Goodyear, AZ.

  12. Dear Fred, you will be missed. We enjoyed our visits, dinning out, going to movies and playing board and card games. Thank you for teaching us Manipulation, Kings Corner, and Mexican Train. I will miss our game nights with chips and salsa. You were always so competitive, and even now I can see you in heaven gloating that you have beat us home. Rejoice and be glad you are home with our Heavenly Father in His loving arms.
    Blessings dear friend,

  13. Fred and I were the best of friends at Moline High School and beyond. I have many memories of Fred as we were growing up, riding motor scooters, and later boating. He was always a fun guy to be with. I will cherish my memories forever. Until we meet again old buddy.

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