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Susan Hennigan

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Susan HenniganIt is with great sadness that we announce the death of our dear Susan Hennigan born December 4th, 1946 to Nila and Harry Guinn of Houston, Texas . Susan loved the great state of Texas. Susan is preceded in death by her husband Stanley Hennigan who she was married to for 20 beautiful years,. her sister Judy Rowell and brother Jack Guinn. She is survived by her son Zachary(Rachel) Hennigan granddaughter Melody Hennigan of Pasadena Tx. who was the apple of her eye.
Her Niece’s Dana Rowell (partner Chris Rigsby), Theresa “Reecy” Rowell of Houston TX, Nephew Michael (Aleks) Rowell of Germany, Sister in law and best friend Kathy Hennigan and niece Katia Hennigan of Houston Tx., Sister in law Madeline (Gary) Adams niece Karinna Adams of Waco, Tx., Sister in law Barbara Guinn TX Niece Pam Casey and Nephew Travis Guinn of Montgomery TX., Sister in law Stephanie Cooley Niece Chantelle Koerick, Laura French, and nephew Larry Cooley II of Deland, Fl., Brother in law Shannon Hennigan(partner Lesie Wolfe) Houston TX. Nephew Samuel Hennigan, she is also preceded in death by her niece Blossom Hennigan, Brother in law Matthew (Michelle) Hennigan niece Tanya Owens and nephew Joshua Hennigan of Houston Tx., Brother in law Irvann Hennigan niece Amber Hennigan, Niece Aubry Hennigan and nephew Justin Hennigan of Beaumont, TX, Brother in law Michael (Iza) Hennigan of Las Vegas NV. Susan was such a bright light that all who knew her loved and adored her and will miss her dearly. She has many friends, and extended great nieces and nephews that will miss her with all their hearts. Susan loved her family and animals and loved to sit by her window and watch gods beautiful creations outside for peace and comfort. She had a laugh that was so powerful it could be heard around the world. Everyone who knew Susan knew that her home was a refuge for advice, love, and a warm meal. She gave her heart to everyone and loved unconditional and was cherished by many, her church family at Sagemount Church of Houston was her place of worship. Susan loved her church family and the messages she received there gave her so much joy she loved to share her love of Christ to everyone around her, especially those in need of a message. There will be a celebration of Susan’s life on Saturday February 10, 2018 at 2pm at the Gardens in the Chapel Room 12001 Beamer Rd. Houston, Tx. 77099 ph 281-476-4693. If you would like to send flowers, or you can make a donation to the Leukemia Cancer Society in Susan’s name this was an organization she was very passionate about.