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ROBERT HENLEY

BOB HENLEY

Tuesday, August 18th, 1942 - Tuesday, April 21st, 2020
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Robert (Bob) Henley, 77, of Fairfield, passed away Tuesday, April 21, 2020 in Fairfield. Memorial services will be planned for a later date at First United Methodist Church of Fairfield.


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Joann Smith

Posted at 06:01pm
I worked with Bob and Frances for many years. They were good friends to have. Bob was a wonderful Father for all of his children and loved them dearly. It sadden me, that we lost touch in our latter years. May God Bless.
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Roland Hall

Posted at 06:07am
Bob and I worked at the PH Robinson plant for a number of years, I have many fond memories of Bob. One of my most enjoyable is when he asked me to be his best man at his third marriage to Frances. The reason for the third marriage was that they first got married in Mexico. Well the Navy wouldn't except that marriage so they went to a Judge and got married . I don't remember the exact year but they wanted to get married in a church. so i was his best man at this third marriage to Frances.
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John Fry

Posted at 07:10pm
It pains me so much that Bob passed away. He and I worked together for 30 years and car pooled for about 20 years. He always had stories to tell me though sometimes I he embellished them a little on the 3rd or 4th time he told them. I did too. We always enjoyed each others company. I visited him many times in the nursing home and will miss visiting with him there. God be with you Bob.
John Fry
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