OBITUARY

Malcolm George HENWOOD

April 11, 1924November 4, 2018

Malcolm George HENWOOD was born on April 11, 1924 and passed away on November 4, 2018

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Malcolm George HENWOOD

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Ross Henwood

November 9, 2018

My Dad
My first memory of my dad is this bigger than life man loading us into the station wagon early in the morning knowing we were off on an adventure. I wasn't wrong. Whether it was camping in the Rocky Mountains or just a Sunday in a field playing baseball or football just the gang, Dad and mom and their troop of 6 kids. I was #4 child 3 older brothers and 2 younger sisters. We all spent summers fishing and hiking throughout the Rocky Mountains and on the Pacific coast. We all ways had a good home to live in and never wanted the necessitys of life all provided by long days of work by my father. In the later years of his life he was my closest friend. We spent countless hours in the boat fishing the lakes of western United states Canada. Sharing story's of days gone by. His passing has left a big hole in my life.
He was a fine man , father , husband and friend.

Ben Henwood

November 8, 2018

Thanks Dad for instilling in me the wonder of nature, wildlife, the stars. I remember you showing us kids satellites when we camped along Douglas Creek in Wyoming... in 1968! There weren't many then. Fishing, campfires, sleeping in tents, waking up at 4 in the morning in Arizona to a roaring campfire and you excitedly showing us the surprise of a lifetime -- bright Bennett Comet gracing the predawn sky! We loved camping more than anything. You were able to camp and fish your entire life, which shows how passionate you were about it. Now my own kids love to camp and hike, and they can thank you and Mom for that gift of being in the outdoors, listening to the hum in the woods, a moose or elk call in the distance, the sheer beauty of life. We will miss you. We plan to make a batch of your Christmas donuts in a few weeks... we will be thinking of you.

Ross Henwood

November 6, 2018

I lost my Dad yesterday, He was a friend, a mentor, a teacher, a fisherman, a explorer, a adventurer and a dad that would give his children the unconditional love so they could pursue anything in there lives because he and Mom would be OK with it. HE served in the US Air Force as a Bombardier in the B-17's, and was a trainer for a new devise called a Radar in the Air force planes. He worked hard in his life raising 6 kids and we took vacations every year together during the summers. We wouldn't go on a Cruise or Disneyland. We would pack everything we needed to survive for weeks on our own. We would hike 8 to 12 miles into some lake in the Rocky Mountains from Canada to New Mexico for 4 or 5 weeks . In those days the fishing was good most areas then. It's know wonder we all turned out self reliant and with the confidence to do anything life could throw at us.
He was the head of our team / family and he will be missed.
By Nathan Scott Henwood

Ross Henwood

November 6, 2018

Ross Henwood

November 6, 2018