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James « Jim » Clinton Henderson
1937-2024
James Clinton Henderson, 86, of Forest Dale Home and formerly
of Riverview passed away peacefully at the home on January 12th,
2024. He was born in Halifax, NS on May 9th, 1937 the son of
the late Edgar H. Henderson and Florence « Claire »
(Archibald) Henderson Churchill.
Jim grew up in Sackville. He his twin brother,
Dave, joined the 8th Hussars (Princess Louise’s) as troopers in 1952
and subsequently were selected as Sergeants for the
Officer Candidate Program in Camp Borden. Jim was assigned
Instructor and Administration Officer with his regiment for
two years. He then went off to the Air Force as a
pilot. After university at Mount A and UNB he worked with NB
Department of Highways as a land surveyor and worked on
Route 114 and in Fundy National Park. He then started his
own business, Henderson Surveys and ran it for many years.
He was a very big part of the development of
Riverview. Having worked with developer Byron Dobson and
surveying all the subdivisions. Having named several streets
after his family.
He was very involved in his community and was Past
President of the Moncton Elks Club, Coached Riverview Minor
Hockey, a member of the Nummies and was a member of the Moncton Golf
Club. He enjoyed all sports and played hockey most of his
life, being one of the older members of the Seniors league. He also
enjoyed curling and had a very proud moment when he had an eight-ender
a few years ago. He would golf all over the Atlantic
Provinces and travelled with his group of guys and he always enjoyed
those times. He also went to a few of his buddies’ camps and
talked about the day he got a moose, there is a picture to prove
it. He was also a member of the mixed bowling league and
bowled right up until about a year ago. He enjoyed times
spent with his buddies and had made several life long
friends. One of the highlights of his life was going to the
175th Anniversary of the 8th Hussars reunion last May held in Moncton
and Sus.
Jim worked hard and played hard. He enjoyed life
and was always up for anything. He and his first
wife , Sylvia had two Children and they were fortunate to
have a big extended family and many friends. The Lebans
family was a big part of their lives. He and Sylvia spent a
lot of time together golfing and travelling to Florida in the winter
months. Unfortunately he lost his wife at an early
age. This was hard on him as they did everything together.
He was fortunate to meet and marry his second wife, Sharon who
enriched his life and was a great companion for the last 20 years. He
was blessed with another extended family and the Geldart
family became a big part of his life as well. He
and Sharon loved to travel and made many cherished memories.
They also started attending the First Moncton Baptist Church
together and he went almost every Sunday when he was
well.
Jim was a true gentleman, characterized by
qualities such as politeness, respect, and consideration for
others. He was courteous, well-mannered, and displayed a
sense of chivalry. He also demonstrated integrity, kindness, and
empathy in his interactions with others. He had a great sense
of humour and loved to tease and joke. He will
definately be remembered for his great personality and his big
smile. They don’t make them like him
anymore.
« Ever Remembered -Ever
Loved »
He will be deeply missed by his wife, Sharon of Riverview;
son, Sean Henderson (Lisa) of Hopewell Cape; daughter, Kim Brown
(Trevor) of Nixon; step-son, Marty Wry of Moncton and step-daughter,
Bobbi-Jo Wry of Riverview; his treasured granddaughters, Ciara and
Avery and step-grandson, Wade; sister, Patricia Hess of Riverview;
twin brother, Dave Henderson (Barb) of Gananoque, ON. He
will also be missed by several nieces, nephews and by all his
extended family and many friends.
Besides his parents he was predeceased by his
step-father, Gordon Churchill; first wife, Sylvia (Donnell);
brother-in-law, Ian Hess.
There will be a Celebration of his life on Monday, January
15th, 2024 at the First Moncton Baptist Church, 157 Queen Street,
Moncton, NB at 2:00pm with Rev. Dr. J. Richard Jackson
officiating. Immediately following the service the family
will be meeting with relatives and friends for further sharing of
memories and for refreshments in the church reception
area.Interment will be in the Alderwood Cemetery, Riverview,
NB at a later date.
The family would like to say a very special thank you to
the Staff of Forest Dale Home. The care Jim received was
second to none and you all went above and beyond in making him
comfortable during his stay there. It gave us great relief
to know how well he was being cared for. Your thoughtfulness. and
kindness will never be forgotten.
In lieu of flowers donations to the Forest Dale Home would
be greatly appreciated.
Arrangements are in the care of the Albert County
Funeral Home, 4130 Route 114, Hopewell Cape, NB, E4H-3K2
506-734-2780
www.albertcountyfh.com
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