OBITUARY

Reginald Lee McHenry

September 29, 1938August 6, 2018

Reginald (Reggie) Lee McHenry, 79 of Kansas City, Kansas passed away at home on Monday 8/6/18. Reggie was born on September 29, 1938 in Unionville Mo. He was an U.S. Air Force veteran. He retired after 40 years as a truck driver for Shock Transfer. Reggie was a member of the Disabled American Veterans. A past member of the Wyandotte County Sheriffs Association, and past member of Teamsters Local 41. Reggie was an active member of White Church Cristian Church, Kansas City, Kansas. Reggie was preceded in death by his wife of more than 30 years, Juanita; his parents, Reg and Reva McHenry; a sister, Anna belle Smith; a brother in law, LaVan Smith; a son in law, Jerry Tavis, and a Grand-daughter, Elizabeth Tavis. Survivors include; sister’s, Regina (Eugene) Weber, Keytesville MO, Alice (Homer) Jarvis, Lancaster MO, Deloris (Gary) Jarman, Unionville Mo; and brother, Doris (Teresa) McHenry, Kansas City Kansas and several nieces and nephews. Also surviving is a daughter, Karen Tavis, Gardner Kansas; three sons, Randy (Monica) McHenry, Shawnee Kansas, Jeff (Traci) McHenry Gardner Kansas, and Ian McHenry Kansas City, Kansas; grandchildren, Dawn (Scott) Corbett, Jeremy (Sarah) Tavis, Taylor (Jordan) McHenry, Nora McHenry, Ashley (Dave) Cox, Amanda McHenry, Ava and Axl; and Great Grandchildren, Amya McHenry and Gracie Cox. Memorials are suggested to the Chapel Hill-Butler Funeral Home, 701 N. 94 St, Kansas City, Kansas 66112.

  • FAMILY

  • Survivors include; sister’s, Regina (Eugene) Weber, Keytesville MO, Alice (Homer) Jarvis, Lancaster MO, Deloris (Gary) Jarman, Unionville Mo; and brother, Doris (Teresa) McHenry, Kansas City Kansas and several nieces and nephews.
    Also surviving is a daughter, Karen Tavis, Gardner Kansas; three sons, Randy (Monica) McHenry, Shawnee Kansas, Jeff (Traci) McHenry Gardner Kansas, and Ian McHenry Kansas City, Kansas;
    grandchildren, Dawn (Scott) Corbett, Jeremy (Sarah) Tavis, Taylor (Jordan) McHenry, Nora McHenry, Ashley (Dave) Cox, Amanda McHenry, Ave and Axl; and Great Grandchildren, Amya McHenry and Gracie Cox.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Brian Jarmin
  • Terry Smith
  • Gary Smith
  • Taylor McHenry
  • Jeremy Tavis
  • Dwayne Burger
  • Ray McHenry, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Jerry Horton, Honorary Pallbearer
  • DONATIONS

  • Chapel Hill-Butler Funeral Home

Services

  • Visitation Friday, August 10, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, August 10, 2018
  • Interment Friday, August 10, 2018
REMEMBERING

Reginald Lee McHenry

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Joshua Brazil

August 10, 2018

I wanted to wish my deepest condolences to youre family from a friend of the family. I allways remembered Mr. Mac saying hello and helping my mom out if she needed help. In this time of need count on God to bring you through.

Katie Morgan

August 10, 2018

Reggie was the best neighbor my mother Janice and I could've asked for. Always ready to lend a hand or drive by on his lawnmower to say hello. He will truly be missed.

Gwen Brazil

August 10, 2018

Will greatly miss my good neighbor Mr. Mac. He and Ms. Juanita have been there since moving in over 16 years ago. Thank you for the conversations, information, sharing the garden, being concerned about the family, snow removal, smiles and being you.
Rest in God's arms. Looking forward to " meeting you in the air" with all his children.
Cares and prayers for Ian and the entire family.

Dan Yates

August 9, 2018

Didn’t know his dad but Randy is a fine man with a great family, this always is a reflection of the parents. Dad did his job. Reggie had to be a good man.
Best regards.

Dan Yates.

Sherry Robb-Sanford

August 9, 2018

Reggie has been a part of my life since my early years. Such a Joy to us all. Many great memories of Unionville and Cousins. Won't be the same without you Reggie but we will remember you as the fun loving caring person you were to us all.

Rest In Peace may his Light Shine Upon you.

Patty Fransen

August 9, 2018

Oh the memories! From the pranks he played on my mom and dad when we were neighbors, to the times at the lake, 4 wheeling in the Jeep, bullfroggin, fishing and I want the udder one, there is one thing that was always the same - his laughter and personality! It had been years since I saw Reggie, but he came to my mom’s visitation in 2013. I don’t remember if I told him how that touched my heart, but it did! Rest In Peace Reggie. I have no doubt that you are reminiscing and laughing in Heaven ❤️

Cathy VanDaele

August 9, 2018

Karen -so sorry for the loss if your dad. I remember him frim when we were younger (way younger lol) You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers (((hugs)))

FROM THE FAMILY