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John Earl “Jack” Henderson, 79, of Sioux County, Neb., died April 16, 2008, at Regional West Medical Center.

He was born in rural Scotts Bluff County to Earl and Katherine (Yost) Henderson on Dec. 11, 1928.

He was active in numerous organizations such as the West Nebraska; Nebraska and American Hereford association, and the R-Calf Association. A 32nd Degree Mason as well as the Tehema Shrine Temple and Cattle Capital Shrine Clubs of Alliance. He was also a 4-H leader and a past president of the Hemingford Telephone Cooperative.

Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Henderson of Sioux County; daughter, Debra Henderson of Hemingford; sons, David (Dee) Henderson and Bryan (Trudy) Henderson all of Sioux County; brother, Bill (Barbara) Henderson of Sioux County and a sister, Mary Jane (Tom) Gray of Vail, Ore.; grandchildren, Tresa Goss, Sean Jensen, Jace and Kyle Henderson, Wendy Caldwell and Bob Curtis; great-grandchildren, Brian, Austin, Brandon, Hailie, Dillon, Reagan and Cruzz; as well as numerous nephews and nieces.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

John Earl “Jack” Henderson, 79, of Sioux County, Neb., died April 16, 2008, at Regional West Medical Center.

He was born in rural Scotts Bluff County to Earl and Katherine (Yost) Henderson on Dec. 11, 1928.

He was active in numerous organizations such as the West Nebraska; Nebraska and American Hereford association, and the R-Calf Association. A 32nd Degree Mason as well as the Tehema Shrine Temple and Cattle Capital Shrine Clubs of Alliance. He was also a 4-H leader and a past president of the Hemingford Telephone Cooperative.

Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Henderson of Sioux County; daughter, Debra Henderson of Hemingford; sons, David (Dee) Henderson and Bryan (Trudy) Henderson all of Sioux County; brother, Bill (Barbara) Henderson of Sioux County and a sister, Mary Jane (Tom) Gray of Vail, Ore.; grandchildren, Tresa Goss, Sean Jensen, Jace and Kyle Henderson, Wendy Caldwell and Bob Curtis; great-grandchildren, Brian, Austin, Brandon, Hailie, Dillon, Reagan and Cruzz; as well as numerous nephews and nieces.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

John Earl “Jack” Henderson, 79, of Sioux County, Neb., died April 16, 2008, at Regional West Medical Center.

He was born in rural Scotts Bluff County to Earl and Katherine (Yost) Henderson on Dec. 11, 1928.

He was active in numerous organizations such as the West Nebraska; Nebraska and American Hereford association, and the R-Calf Association. A 32nd Degree Mason as well as the Tehema Shrine Temple and Cattle Capital Shrine Clubs of Alliance. He was also a 4-H leader and a past president of the Hemingford Telephone Cooperative.

Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Henderson of Sioux County; daughter, Debra Henderson of Hemingford; sons, David (Dee) Henderson and Bryan (Trudy) Henderson all of Sioux County; brother, Bill (Barbara) Henderson of Sioux County and a sister, Mary Jane (Tom) Gray of Vail, Ore.; grandchildren, Tresa Goss, Sean Jensen, Jace and Kyle Henderson, Wendy Caldwell and Bob Curtis; great-grandchildren, Brian, Austin, Brandon, Hailie, Dillon, Reagan and Cruzz; as well as numerous nephews and nieces.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

John Earl “Jack” Henderson, 79, of Sioux County, Neb., died April 16, 2008, at Regional West Medical Center.

He was born in rural Scotts Bluff County to Earl and Katherine (Yost) Henderson on Dec. 11, 1928.

He was active in numerous organizations such as the West Nebraska; Nebraska and American Hereford association, and the R-Calf Association. A 32nd Degree Mason as well as the Tehema Shrine Temple and Cattle Capital Shrine Clubs of Alliance. He was also a 4-H leader and a past president of the Hemingford Telephone Cooperative.

Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Henderson of Sioux County; daughter, Debra Henderson of Hemingford; sons, David (Dee) Henderson and Bryan (Trudy) Henderson all of Sioux County; brother, Bill (Barbara) Henderson of Sioux County and a sister, Mary Jane (Tom) Gray of Vail, Ore.; grandchildren, Tresa Goss, Sean Jensen, Jace and Kyle Henderson, Wendy Caldwell and Bob Curtis; great-grandchildren, Brian, Austin, Brandon, Hailie, Dillon, Reagan and Cruzz; as well as numerous nephews and nieces.

He was preceded in death by his parents.


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