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Rickey Wayne Henson

Rickey Wayne Henson

Rickey Wayne Henson, age 56, of 4115 Halfpap LN, died on Saturday, June 30, 2018 in the Emergency Room of Blessing Hospital due to injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. He was born on April 29, 1962 in Pittsfield, Il the son of Harvey Lee & Dorothy (Scranton) Henson. He married Mindy Vahle of June 19, 2010. She survives. Mr. Henson was a automotive mechanic until his retirement.

He leaves behind his four canine babies: 'Buttercup', 'Ghost', 'Bella' and 'Angel'. He also always remembered his 'Shiloh'.

In addition to his wife, he is also survived by:
HIS MOTHER: Dorothy Henson
THREE DAUGHTERS: Kimmy Henson of Kansas City, MO; Teri Sneeden and her husband William of Quincy and Cherokee Walters and her husband Sam also of Quincy;
GRANDCHILDREN: Lucas, Aiden, Sophie, Tori, Shelbie, Cameron and Landen.
ONE BROTHER: Harvey Eugene Henson along with his significant other Darlene Vaughn of Mt. Sterling, IL
FOUR SISTERS: Louella Wagner of Hannibal, MO; Tina Kruger and her husband Phillip of Auxvasse, MO; Karen Smith and her husband Mike of New Canton, IL; and Sharon Turner of Yukon, OK
STEP-CHILDREN: Heather Allen; Lewis Allen; Brianna Sneeden and her husband Frankie and Traver Allen
STEP-GRANDCHILDREN: Jevony, Brooklyn, Dominic, Maverick, Zain, Chantelle, Hazel, and Zander
Additional special family members including Adrian Dotson along with numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives also survive.

Rickey was preceded in death by his father and a brother Ronald Henson.

Cremation rites have been accorded. Memorial services are being planned for a later date.
Duker & Haugh Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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Emmett Anderson
Juneau, WI
Rest in peace Rick. Wished I could of got to know you better. Cousin Emmett
Mary Henson
White Hall, IL
Sorry for your loss
Sorry for ur loss
Tammy & Jerry Isringhausen
Carrollton, IL
With our deepest sympathy for your loss. Our prayers and love go out to you and all of his family.
Sharon Turner
Yukon, OK
Bubby so much was said between use and we never got the change to talk to each other again. Love you more then anything in this world. I wish you were here so we could talk but your not take care of daddy and big brother until me meet again.
Barry Logan Poe
Billings, MT
Dear Mindy and Family

Ive been out of Quincy for a few years but heard all about this. So sorry for your loss