William Henderson

William Ivan "Bill" Henderson

Monday, April 7th, 1930 - Monday, November 16th, 2020
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Henderson, William Ivan “Bill”
Peacefully, at Telfer Place, Paris, on Monday November 16, 2020, formerly of Breslau, in his 91st year.
Bill had a kind-hearted disposition which made him loved by anyone who he came in contact with.
Beloved husband to the late Audrey (nee Koch -2013); beloved dad to Susan Kaufman (Donald) and Janet Spalding (Steve); cherished grandpa to Jessica, Amanda, Matthew, Elizabeth, and Christopher. Dear brother to David of Calgary and brother in law Muriel Koch of Guelph. He was dear friends to Shelley and Pam Petryna.
Cremation has taken place. A private family service will be held at a later date.
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Gabriele Smuk

Posted at 04:05pm
Dear Susan, Janet & Families; We were very sorry to hear of your fathers passing and send you our deepest sympathies. May it comfort you to know that he is warmly remembered by many. A quiet gentle man of few words, but very wise, kind, and caring. Always ready to give a helping hand when needed. May Jehovah’s consoling arms comfort you all along with our warm Christian Love.
Gabriele and Ron Smuk & Family


Posted at 04:05pm

Themistoklis Moraitis

Posted at 03:10pm
I remember brother Henderson from the time we serve at Eastbound Congregation since the Construction of the Rothsay Kingdom Hall. He was a hard worker and down to earth. He was very approachable and extremely kind. Always he had an encouraging word that makes you truly trust him. I remembered one time that I needed a good advice I went to Bill and he gave me a solid advice that really worked. I always had high respect for him and I will remember him until we’ll see him again in the new world.
Themistoklis Moraitis

Verna Marinuk

Posted at 05:43pm
Dear Susan and Janet and families: My deepest condolences to you both at this difficult time. No matter what, there’s never a good time to loose your dad.
I had the opportunity to get to know Bill while he was in Jah Jireh. He was so gentle and sweet, and spoke with such love and pride of his two daughters. Even when he began having difficulties with his memory, he’d be able to recount days of being out serving Jehovah. In fact, every discussion we had, sitting in the dining room, he tell me how he had to get out of there, because there was so much preaching work he had left to do. Without a doubt, he’ll be in Jehovah’s memory, and be back with us very soon. My love and sympathies to both of you and your families.

Love from Verna Mirinuk

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