Harold Edward Henegar
January 18, 1951 – March 13, 2019
Harold E. Henegar, 68, of Knoxville passed away Wednesday, March 13, 2019. Harold was the founder of Henegar Painting and Remodeling and after 40+ years he turned the company over to his son. He was a loving father and grandfather. He is preceded in death by his parents Lester and Dorothy Henegar and brother Carl Henegar. Survivors include son Michael Henegar (Brittney), daughters Kristi Lowery and Kelly Smith (Mikey), step-children Allen Sharp, Bonnie Sharp and William Sharp, grandchildren Tyler, Brittney, Keaton, Megan, Tori, Hayden, Keri, Johnathan and Silas, great grandchildren Mason and Jayce. He is also survived by Sue Henegar and Brenda Henegar and brother Marvin Henegar, several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 5-7pm with a Funeral Service to follow at 7pm in the chapel of Berry Highland Memorial, 5315 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, Tennessee, 37919. Graveside services will be held Sunday, March 17, 2019 at 1pm in the Berry Highland Memorial Cemetery. Friends may leave their thoughts and memories at www.berryhighlandmemorial.com
- Gathering of Friends Saturday, March 16, 2019
- Funeral Service Saturday, March 16, 2019
- Graveside Service Sunday, March 17, 2019
Harold Edward Henegar
March 18, 2019
At work, me & Dad were always getting into some kind of trouble from Michael! One of the work lights we had 4 extra lighting on jobs had a short in the wiring & honestly it really was aggrevating when u had 2 stop working 2 mess with it. So 1 day at the shop, Michael was leaving & on his way out he threw it n the garbage, then told me & Dad "I swear, neither of u better get that thing out of the garbage when I leave!! Well... He shouldve never told us that!! Because the very second he left, me & Dad looked at each other, Dad said well, do u wanna get that light & ofcourse I said yes!!
So I got it out of the garbage, we took it apart & dad starting replacing the wiring harness. Right as he was starting 2 put it back together, Michael walked back n the door!! We had 2 b so sneaky so we didnt get caught!! But we pulled it off!! It got put back together, it was like a brand new light & we both couldnt wait to show Michael!! So 2day, the light is still with us & works better than any other work light we have. So Dad
Thank u 4 teaching me how 2 fix things!
Thank u 4 everything u taught me.
Thank u 4 being my right hand man when we needed 2 b sneaky at work!
Thank u 4 always knowing the right time 2 yell" break-time"!!!!!
Thank u 4 all the laughs & jokes & 4 making any day a good day!
Thank u 4 all our talks, ur advice & 4 always listening 2 me.
Thank u 4 never giving up on me, for always believing n me, & for always loving me.
I promise anytime Michael throws something away that is fixable, I'll get it out as soon as he turns his back!
I promise 2 always protect Kelly & to take care of Mom.
I promise, I wont let u down.
I love u with every single ounce of my heart. I already miss u so very much.
I know im gonna c u again one day but until that day I'll b ok with just talking 2 u.
I will always be your little girl,
You will always be my hero.
I love u Dad.
March 16, 2019
I've know Harold for over 51 years. Meeting and getting to know Garry's cousin was a job but Harold stood out from all the rest and was my favorite. He always gave me a hug when he saw me and another hug when we would part ways always saying, "Take care Sis. I love you." That meant as much to me as it did when my own brother said that to me. Harold always had a way to make me laugh. I always enjoyed being around him. I will truly miss him but he's now in a perfect place and is healed. He loved his family so much more than life it's self. The day Aunt Dot died I overheard him say, "I'll soon be with you Mom." He's right where he wanted to be. All the family are in my prayers. Although, I don't see or know all of you please know I love everyone of you. I would be there with you now but I am sick. I have pneumonia and it's hard for me to breathe right now. Rest in Peace Harold you have served your time on this earth now SOAR WITH THE ANGELS. Love you, Beulah and Garry Allen
March 15, 2019
Harold was one of the best. It didn't matter the situation, he could always come up with something to say or do & you couldn't help but smile! I will truly miss him & his crazy, funny ways! He loved his family more than anything in the world & always proud of his kids! It just won't be the same without you but I look forward to seeing you again one day! Until then, rest in peace! I love you, Uncle Harold (angel flying too close to the ground)!
March 15, 2019
Kelly Im so sorry to hear this my heart goes out to you and family...you all have my deepest sympathy thoughts and prayers..I love you Kelly.....Its hard to lose a parent ..lost both of mine...you forever have their memories...he is at peace now and no more pain...May God be with you and family to comfort you all....
March 14, 2019
We have been friends since fall of 1968. The picture below is the first day I spent at your house with your family in Tennessee in 1968. You and I were both 17 years old. Carl brought me from Washington DC to TN to meet his family. We have been thru 51 years of many good times and many sad times. I believe the good times outweighed the sad. We have been there for each other thru out the years. I hope when we meet again in heaven, will be the best times ever.
I will miss you my friend.
Rest in Peace