Dave Hennings Obituary, Death Cause – He was born on December 23, 1936 in Trenton, New Jersey, and was the son of the late Leroy Chester Henning, Sr. and the late Emma Jane Ladue Henning. Both of his parents passed away prior to his birth. Both of his parents passed away before he was born. Upon the completion of his formal education in the states of Pennsylvania, Florida, California, and Texas, he enlisted in the United States Air Force in 1955 and was assigned to the Charleston Air Station. His academic pursuits lead him to institutions located in Pennsylvania.
Texas, Florida, and California are the states listed. Willie Mae White, who would later become his wife and whom he married on January 18, 1958, was a resident of North Charleston, which is where he continued to live after getting an honorable discharge from the Air Force. The wedding took place on January 18, 1958. Before accepting an early retirement, he worked as a bus technician for the Charleston County School District from the year 2001 all the way up until that year. His typical place of worship was the Wando Woods Baptist Church in the neighborhood where he lived.
Dave’s two siblings, Leroy Henning Jr. and Emma Jane Henning Romero, both passed away before him. Leroy was Dave’s brother, and Emma Jane was his sister. David was not only preceded in death by his parents, but also by both of his sets of grandparents. Willie Mae, his wife, and his four sons, David, Jr., of Des Moines, Iowa; Mark (Cheyrl), of Moncks Corner, South Carolina; Jerry, of Knightsville, South Carolina; and Scott (Michelle), also of Moncks Corner, South Carolina, are the only surviving members of the family.
are among those who will be able to continue his work after his death and preserve his legacy. Also still alive today are his grandchildren: Tonya H. (Ryan) Lorentzen, David (Kylie) Henning III, Teena H. Paxton, Tabbitha H. (Doug) Biehn, Devin (Ashley) Henning (all of Iowa); Tevin (Jazmin) Henning of North Carolina; Kris (Kaitlyne) Henning of Moncks Corner; Makayla Henning of Knightsville; and Trinity Henning of.
Some of the great-grandchildren who are still alive today include Layna, Sage, Aleyah, Trent, Kara, Lucas, Jessa, Dodge, Jaxen, Kairi, Avery, and Parker. Others include Kara and Lucas. In addition to Avery and Dodge, Kara, Lucas, Jessa, and Dodge all make it out alive. He is survived by his wife, children, and sister-in-law, Louise W., all of whom were his spouse’s children.