Dale A. Henderson

East Tawas, Michigan
September 19, 1959 - April 15, 2021

Visitations

Dale's family will welcome friends at the Buresh Funeral Home on Wednesday, April 21st for a time of visitation from 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM.

Service Location

Buresh Funeral Home ~ Tawas City

Services

Funeral services for Dale are scheduled for Wednesday, April 21st at 1:00 PM at the Buresh Funeral Home in Tawas City, MI.

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Obituary Notice

Dale Henderson
East Tawas, Michigan

Dale age, 61 loving husband, father, grandfather and brother passed away Thursday, April 15th, 2021 after losing his battle with COVID. He was born in Standish, MI to Marshal and the late Joann (Maxson) Henderson. He married the love of his life Lynn Taylor on June 26th, 1982. He was an employee of Kalitta Air for the last 22 years. Dale enjoyed four wheeling, boating, camping, riding his motorcycle, spending time with Lynn, friends and family. He enjoyed working out on the property and spending time outdoors. Surviving besides his wife of almost 39 years are their children; Nickolas (Teresa) Henderson, Mathew (Candace) Henderson, 4 grandchildren, his father; Marshal and Stepmother Agnes, sister Michelle (Larry) Trombley, Kathleen (fiance Larry) Henderson, Tammy (Thomas) Wolfgang, Jennifer Henderson, Many nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his mother Joann. A visitation will be held on Wednesday, April 21st at Buresh Funeral from 10-1 and funeral directly following. An online guest registry is available to leave a message of love and support for Dale's family at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.

Condolences

Lynn and family, I am so very sorry for this loss you all must bare. We cannot begin to understand why. But we can look to God in Heaven for strength and for His grace to cover you as you go through the weeks ahead. You all are loved and prayed for by the very many who loved Dale. May all of you find the strength and desire to go forward while remembering that one day, in His presence, you will be reunited with Dale, who has gone ahead, and now waits for you. Yours in Christ and in His love.
— Michael Ryan
My deepest sympathy to Lynn and family. Dale will be greatly missed by many people who had the opportunity to meet and get to know Dale for many years while spending their vacations in East Tawas. Our hearts and deepest condolences go out to Lynn and their family. Rest In Peace Dale 💔
— Brenda Yockey
Dear Henderson family, was very sad to hear of the passing of Dale. Although I had no interaction with Dale or Lynn for many years, I will say I have good memories of Dale from our church days in Pinconning. Dale was always easy to approach and I am sure we had some good clean fun in regards to our church youth days. Lynn, Marshal,Agnes,Michelle,Kathy,Jennifer and sons, I am so sorry that the reality of life has hit you this way. Dale is All the way home now. My heart and spirit reaches out to you and I pray for God to soothe your hurt through this hard time. Sincerely, Kent DeLano. My mother Ginny wanted me to extend her condolences to your family also.
— Kent DeLano
We are so sorry to hear about Dale, cherish the memories.
Carol DeLano and family
— Penny DeLanoDrouse
Lynn,
My deepest sympathies to you and your family.
— Tammy Champine Hayden
Lynn and family, Our thoughts and prayers have been with you and your family. We hope that our Lord God gives you strength, peace and love through the coming days.
— Ben and Minnie Periard
Our deepest heart felt condolences to Lynn and family. Dale will be missed by many. Rest in Peace Dale
— Rebecca and Russell Day
Lynn,
We are so sorry for your loss. We enjoyed knowing Dale, and he will be missed by all that knew him. Lynn, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Sue & Mark Porath
— Mark G. Porath
Our deepest condolences to Lynn, Mat, Nick and the rest of the family. My dad Ron worked with Dale for many years, and there wasn’t a man my dad respected more than him. Dale was an amazing friend to many, a fantastic husband, and family man. He will be missed by so many who knew and loved him.
— Andrew and Melissa Kendall
Our deepest condolences to Lynn and the whole family! Dale will truly be missed. I have such happy memories of our fun times together at the end of his military career. I know we were sad when they decided to get out of the military and go back home. We were losing some great friends who became family to us. Even though life took us on a different journey, Dale and Lynn have always been in our hearts. My nickname for Dale was “scruff” and of course he called me “V”. Will never forget cuz I now have a niece and nephew that call me that. May you Rest In Peace dear Scruff.
— Sylvia Queen
I am very sorry for your loss. Dale was a good man, easy going and easy to talk to. He will be missed greatly.
— Stephen Johnson
I can't believe he is gone. Way to young. I have a lot of fond memories of times spent with the whole Henderson family when I was young. I have kept in touch with the family for years. I'm glad we'll see Dale again in heaven. Blessings and peace to you also Lynn and the children. May all the families be comforted.
— Kenda (Rau) Komula
Dear Lynn & boys: Oh how our hearts go out to you. Dale's patience with our "city ignorance" on how things work is legendary, lol! Thanks to him and you, we've learned so much about how stuff works. As fellow bikers, it saddens us to know another rider won't be out enjoying the breezes on earth. As a Christian, I'm glad to know we'll see him again in Heaven. Some of our best times are memories around the campfires, just yakking away and trading stories. We hope to share more with you, soon. All our love and Heavenly Hugs, Bob & Sandi
— B.S. GREGORY

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