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Callison-Lough Funeral Home

605 W Central, Bentonville, AR

OBITUARY

Susan E. Henneberger

April 1, 1959January 27, 2020

Susan Henneberger, 60, passed from this earth on January 27, 2020. She was a beloved wife, mother, grandma, and friend. Sue is survived by her husband, Mark; two daughters, Erin and Katie; three grandsons, Cameron, Noah, and Harrison; her son-in-law Matt Giess, and future son-in-law, Nick Jury. She leaves behind her siblings, Mary, John, David, Greg, Danny, and Mark, as well as numerous nieces and nephews and countless friends. Sue was a giver. She was always available to lend a hand or a kind word to those in need. She took special care of her father-in-law, Frank, and her parents, John and Mary. She made a difference. Sue loved life and she loved those around her. She will be forever missed. In lieu of flowers, gifts in memory of Sue can be made to the Mayo Clinic. Memorials can be made online at www.mayoclinic.org/development or mailed to Department of Development, Mayo Clinic, 200 First St. SW, Rochester, MN 55905. Memorials may also be made to the Liver Foundation at https://liverfoundation.org/for-patients/how-you-can-help/.

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  • Mayo Clinic

Services

  • Sue's Life Celebration Friday, January 31, 2020

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Carol Johnston

January 31, 2020

I am sure many of you already know how big Sue’s heart was for loving people. Sue and her daughters for many years, without fail, would come to Sharing and Caring of Benton County and pick up 10 to 20 shopping sheets and go shop for our beautiful children in need in Benton Co. Sue was so wonderful. We will miss her and our love goes to her family and friends. Many many prayers, Carol Johnston
President of Sharing and Caring. Previous associate with Mark.
God Bless.

Ron & Irene Medrano

January 31, 2020

We send this heartfelt message of the sadness we feel for all your family. Sue’s kind & giving heart in caring so much for others always touched our hearts. We will all miss her

Mike and Susan Moore

January 30, 2020

We were so saddened to hear of Sue’s passing. She was such a fun, vibrant friend that brought laughter and fun to every situation. She will be missed!

Stephen Leslie

January 29, 2020

Mark and family,

We are very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers to you. We have many great memories of you and Sue when you lived in Detroit that we’ll hold tightly during this time.

-Steve and Claudia Leslie

Joseph Gilmore

January 29, 2020

Aloha family Savel and Henneberger!

Condolences from the Gilmore family. Sue (and the family) was a close friend from the time her father came to be our superintendent through High School to early college, before we scattered to the winds. Even though we only talked once in the last 20-30 years, I'm positive I would have been listed in her life friends and we'd pick up like no time had passed. She was a good friend through those turbulent times of shifting from childhood to adult , a confidant, funny, someone who put others welfare above her own and someone I will always remember fondly. She really was a bright light and one of the best that humanity has to offer.

Carol Schumacher

January 29, 2020

Mark, Katie and Erin — What a shock to see the news about Sue’s passing. We have fond memories. She was such a wonderful lady and know you are missing her terribly. Wishing you and your families much sympathy and prayer. Carol Schumacher, Bob and Garrett Kelly

Donna Pavka (Rogers)

January 29, 2020

I met Sue in high school and as life sometimes happens we weren't in touch so much. Luckily though we did chat from time to time and see each other on rare occasion.
With the last name of Rogers and Sue a "Savel" we were in home room together and she would always sit behind me if we were alphabetical in different classes. Sue was sharp, funny and quick witted... I am blessed to have known her.

Nancy Sullivan

January 29, 2020

I met Sue through our book club and we met one time a month for a few hours...but in those few monthly hours, I met the most remarkable women who became my dear friend. She could fill a room with stories about her wonderful family or a book or just about anything and we would hang on her every word. She could make us laugh so much that we cried. I will miss this beautiful soul so much. I will be talking to you daily and I know we will meet again. I love you Sue! Rest In Peace dear friend! Nancy xoxo

John Savel

January 28, 2020

1. When Susan was 4 she used to climb a large evergreen tree in our yard. We used to call her Ellie May!
2. When she was in middle school she would clean the inside of my car "for all the change in my pocket". It was never very much.
3. I needed help hanging drywall in my basement. She and Danny helped hold it up. Susan balanced it on her head to hold it!
4. When Suzanne was in the hospital Susan helped with the kids and helped them not worry about their Mom.

Thoughts and prayers for you SUSAN! We love you.
Suzanne and John

John Savel

January 28, 2020

Susan was a special person. We will miss her! We remember many stories about her:
1. When she was 4 she used to climb a tree in front. We called her Ellie May!
2. When she was in middle school she used to wash my dishes for"all the change in my pocket". It wasn't enough.
3. She helped me hang drywall at my house. She used her head to hold it up!
4. When my wife was in the hospital she and Mark really helped with our kids!
Thoughts and prayers for you Susan! We love you!
Suzanne and John Savel

FROM THE FAMILY