- March 10, 1943 - December 30, 2009
- Florence, South Carolina
of Robert's Passing
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“My prayers to the Henneghan family in this time of transition. May God continue to bless you as you heal.
1 of 5 | Posted by: Samantha Witherspoon-Morris - MD
“To: The Family of Robert Henneghan, As you gatter to celebrate the Life Robert, may you remember ... for remembering is sacred. Give thanks ... for...Read More »
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“Anissa, you and your family having have my condolences and deepest sympathy. My prayers are with you.
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“Anissa you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. So very sorry to hear about the loss of your father. With Love, Keith & Misty Irby...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Misty Irby - McKinney, TX
“Sorry for the lost of your love one may god forever bless and keep you. Mary Hall' and Family
5 of 5 | Posted by: deborah porter - coward, SC
"But they that wail upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint." Isaiah 40:31 The clock of death has once again chimed for the Henneghan Family and quietly embraced another loved one. A link has been removed from the chain of siblings but the love and memories will last forever. His sister, Rosetta Henneghan preceded him in death. On Wednesday evening, December 30, 2009, Robert Henneghan mounted up with wings as eagles and went home peacefully to be with his Heavenly Father, after an extended illness. He was born on March 10, 1943 in Coward, South Carolina to the late David and Modena Hunter Henneghan. "Crow", as he was lovingly called by family and friends, was educated in the public schools of Florence County. He was employed by Matthews's Farm of Coward. Robert skills encompassed a multitude of areas. He was employed in the earlier years with Vulcraft Steel Company and Nucor Steel Company. Robert's passion was farming until he became ill. At an early age, he joined Olive Grove Missionary Baptist Church and remained a member until the time of his demise. Robert loved his church and did what was asked of him. He was a former member of the Choir. Loved ones to cherish his fond memories are: a loving and caring wife, Louetta Johnson Henneghan; four daughters, Machelle (Dexter) Harrison of Florence, SC; Anissa (Kenneth) Irby of Corinth, TX; Andrea L. Henneghan and Sonja Henneghan, both of Coward, SC; one son, Demetrius (Trina) Spates of Lake City, SC; thirteen grandchildren, Alyssa, TC, Alania, Alexander, Kentrell, Savona, Raven, Alston, Alonszo, Karnel, Samonee, Deandre and Sanaez; four brothers, Cal (Martha) Henneghan of Fort Washington, MD; David (Dorthine) Hunter of Castalia, NC; Larry Henneghan of College Park, MD and Henry U. Henneghan of Coward, SC; two sisters, Naomi Lamb of Coward, SC and Mildred (Clark) Pearson of Philadelphia, PA; one sister-in-law, Betty Alston of Florence, SC; one godson, Robert Matthews; a special and faithful cousin, Samuel "Pete" Henneghan; two special friends, Gussie Matthews and Vern Singletary; a faithful caregiver, Sabrina Barr of the Lake City/Scranton Nursing Home; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.