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John Christopher Henderson

30 December, 196019 January, 2021
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John Christopher Henderson, age 60 of Plano, TX, beloved son, husband, father and grandfather passed away with his family by his side on January 19th 2021.

He was born December 30, 1960 to Harold and Nancy Henderson. His passion for writing, music, travel and adventure was admired by all who knew him. While living in South Africa, he was mentored by a head draftsman in the art of computer aided drafting in which he had a successful career before managing the family fishing resort in Iowa. His sharp wit and baby blue eyes will be missed dearly.

Chris is survived by his mother, Nancy Yarnes; his brother, David Henderson; his wife, Jacqueline James; his twin daughters and their spouses, Desere and Eric Hockman, Danita and Jim Dahl; his grandchildren, Drew and Harley Hockman, MacKenzie, Robert and Madison Dahl; and great grandson, Oliver Dahl.

He was preceded in death by his step-father, Don Yarnes; his brother, Bruce Henderson; and his father, Harold Henderson.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.teddickeywestfuneral.com for the Henderson family.

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Danita Dahl

8 April 2021

I will remember him dancing, singing, and laughing. I am so sad that he has moved on so soon, but I am relieved that he is no longer suffering. He always had time to talk to me when I came home and showed me love and support in all my endeavors. I will remember you fondly, Dad, and think of you often.

Mike Rogers

7 April 2021

I still laugh every time I think about when he told me to take my flag down and put up a bigger one!

Des Hockman

7 April 2021

My dad was very talented at guitar, and we shared many good times together while he played. One day I heard the song “better Boat”, and I shared it with him. We both loved that song, because it gave us hope that all of our struggles and hard times was just leading us to a better boat. I know that he has a better boat in heaven. His heavenly body doesn’t hurt, he can breath easy, and one day we will meet again. I love you Dad. I wish we had had more time, but I know your doing better in your better boat.

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