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Robert Vern Henderson
1928 - 2018
Visitation and Funeral Service
Celebrating Robert's Life
Saturday Morning, March 24, 2018
Visitation from 9:00 am to 12 Noon
Service begins at 12 Noon
Calvary Southern Baptist Church
1833 South County Club Road
Decatur, Illinois





Graveside Service and Burial
Point Pleasant Cemetery
Long Creek, Illinois

Memorials:
Calvary Southern Baptist Church
Building Fund

Robert Vern Henderson, 90, left this earth on Saturday, March 17, 2018 to join his
Heavenly Father. He was born in January of 1928 in Decatur, Illinois to Herbert
Henderson and La Neva Henderson.

Funeral service will be held at Calvary Southern Baptist Church (1833 South Country
Club Road, Decatur, Illinois) on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at noon. Visitation will be
three hours before the service. In lieu of flowers, he would appreciate donations be made
to the Calvary Southern Baptist Church Building fund. This project was very dear to him
because he had worked on it from the beginning. A graveside and burial service will be at
Point Pleasant Cemetery, Long Creek, Illinois.  Tanzyus Logan is in charge of
arrangements.

Bob enlisted in the Navy at the age of seventeen and was honorably discharged at the end
of the war in 1945. He loved to tell stories about his days spent as a cowboy in Wyoming
working with his brother Bill.

Bob returned to Decatur where he met and married A. Rosetta Wangler in December of
1949. There were five boys born to this union: Charles Earl Henderson, Michael LeRoy
Henderson (Tina), John Robert (Johnboy) Henderson, James Marvin Henderson (Deb)
all of Cerro Gordo, Illinois, and Paul Douglas (Picklehead) Henderson (Pam) of Argenta,
Illinois.  He was blessed with ten grandchildren, twenty-two great grandchildren, and
three great-great-grandchildren.

Bob was preceded by his parents; step-dad Harry Kelly; his wife, A Rosetta Henderson;
one grandson, Michael Kelly Henderson; and one great-great-grandson.

Bob loved to sing and some of his best times were spent attending jam sessions and
performing with the Arthritic Kitchen Band. He also played wash tub bass with Gospel
Connections and his son, Michael. Bob had also written several songs which are family
treasures. He was also a member of the Laborers International Local 159 where he served
as President.

Please sign the family guestbook at www.tanzyuslogan.com.