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David Randall Henry
David Randall “Randy” Henry, 57, of Jacksonville, Florida, husband of Lisa Warren Henry died Sunday, August 7, 2022.
Born in Franklin, NC, he was the son of John Harold Henry and Sarah Louise Tallent Henry, both deceased.
David was long retired from Ingles Markets where he had progressed from being a produce clerk at age 16 to being a District Merchandiser over a large region of the Atlanta, Georgia market.
David loved nothing more than checking in on family members and friends and helping out anyway he could, especially if it involved finding them something online. He was an avid collector, reader, NASCAR fan (Chevy, Earnhardts, Hendricks Motor Sports, and most recently Chase Elliott) and country music fan (the legends). Although he hated to travel, he loved the sights this country has to offer. In the last 10 years he was able to enjoy an Alaskan cruise & Mt. Rainier National Park; Las Vegas, Grand Canyon National Park and the Hoover Dam; and the 2020 trip encompassing Crazy Horse, Devil’s Tower, Yellowstone, Arches National Park, and Garden of the Gods and more.
Survivors on his father’s side of the family include uncles Bob (Tee) Henry and Howard (Evelyn) Henry, his brother, Rodney Henry, nephew Tony (Luci) Henry, two great-nieces, Annie Olivia and Charlette Leigh, and cousins Carolyn Safret, Sherry Vinson, Chris Henry, Kaye Henry, Jim Henry, Teresa Shuler, and Alan Henry.
Survivors on his mother’s side of the family include: aunts and uncles - Roy D. (Denise) Tallent, June (Doug) Carpenter, Betty Tallent; and cousins - Patricia Ensley, Audrey Clark, Christy Armstrong, Janice Clampit, Rhonda Queen, Donna Mathis, Angie Carpenter, Amanda Carpenter, Lori Edgecomb, Samuel Tallent, Katrina Tallent, Doneila Jefferson, Miranda Deese, Patrick Tallent, and Ashleigh Hudson.
Survivors on his wife’s side include father-in-law Lewis Warren, three sisters-in-law Mary Kayse, Teresa (Odell) Edwards, Katherine (Todd) Gardner; nephews Jacob (Natasha) Spahr, Luke (Julia) Edwards, Cooper Schroeder, Sage Gardner and Sterling Gardner; nieces Carolynn (Jason) Craig and Allison Spahr; and great-nieces and nephews Ollie Spahr, Ben Spahr, Anson Craig, Carter Craig, and CJ Craig.
A Celebration of Life will be 12:00 PM Saturday, September 3, 2022 in the chapel of Robinson Funeral Home-Downtown. 305 West Main Street, Easley, SC 29640.
A reception and time of fellowship will follow the service at the South & West Venue, 109 South 1st Street, Easley, SC 29640.
Visit RobinsonFuneralHomes.com or Robinson Funeral Home & Crematory-Downtown, Easley.
Saturday, September 3, 2022
12:00 - 1:00pm (Eastern time)
Chapel of Robinson Funeral Home-Downtown
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