Volume 60, Number 12 November 4, 2013
Henderson was a remarkable whistler and loved classical music, fresh corn and watching birds. He was a well-known Northern California artist, whose art expressed his deep connection to the land and his ideas about peace and justice. He is fondly remembered as a generous and supportive person who touched the lives of countless students, friends and family for whom he opened the door of possibilities for a richer life.
He is survived by his wife, Susan Rannells, his sister, Evelyn Skeels, his daughters, Jilline Henderson and Kate Rannells, his son, Thayrn Henderson, and his nieces, nephew and granddaughter. Henderson's obituary may be viewed at The Union's website.
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