Barbara Sue Winans Henington


Barbara Sue Winans Henington, 87, of Dallas, formerly of Greenville, arrived in Heaven on July 4 in Waco, Texas. Funeral services will be held Monday, July 8 at 10 a.m. at Coker-Mathews Funeral Home Chapel in Greenville with Steven L. Mansen officiating. Burial will follow at Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Wolfe City, Texas. Visitation is Sunday, July 7 from 4-6 p.m. at the funeral home.
Barbara was born in Greenville on July 29, 1931 to Hermann Sockwell Winans and Marguerite Morrow Winans. She married Bruce Eugene Henington of Wolfe City on June 23, 1951 at the Central Christian Church in Greenville. She was a certified dyslexia therapist at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas for 25 years.
She is preceded in death by her parents and husband.
Barbara is survived by her brother Howard Winans and wife, Carol, her two sons: Wayne Henington and wife, Tamela; Bryan Henington and wife, Lisa; two daughters, Shelley Hatridge and husband, Victor; Wendy Mansen and husband, Steven; grandchildren, Kyle Hatridge and wife Sarah K.; Sarah Hatridge Sandora and husband, John; Tracy Henington Holmes and husband, Ryan; Todd Henington and wife, Nicole; Corey Mansen, Lindsay Mansen, Grace Henington and Evan Henington; great-grandchildren: Claire Sandora, Kaitlyn Sandora, Bruce Hatridge and Walter Hatridge; niece Kim Winans; nephew, Brady Winans and wife, Valerie and their kids, Jensen and Charlie; and cousin, Patsy Clark.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, the Leukemia Society, Samaritan's Purse-Cleft Pallet, Gideon International, or the charity of your choice.
Thank you, mom/gram for your tireless example of calm dependability, love of family, friends and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ.
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Bonnie Reese
Jul 11, 2019
So sorry to hear Barbara’s passing but so happy to know where she is now! I was in a Bible study with Barb for May years and always thoroughly enjoyed visiting with her. I especially enjoyed hearing about her time as a pilot - she was great!!! Asking God’s grace and peace to embrace your family as you adjust to her home going.
Mary Christian Sharp
Jul 08, 2019
My parents, WA and Aline Christian, had great respect for your mom and dad. May your warm memories bring you comfort.
Wanda and Randy Butler
Jul 07, 2019
My deepest sympathy to Wayne and Shelly and families. Always beautiful and full of grace is how I remember your mother. May the Lord bless and keep you.
Stevie Sanders
Jul 07, 2019
So sorry to of your loss. Your Mom was a true treasure. Thoughts and prayers to the Henington family. I know my mom and dad really thought a lot of her and had the utmost respect for her.
Maxine Haywood
Jul 07, 2019
Sorry for the loss of your Mom. She was such a sweet lady. Prayers for your family
McWhirter Family
Jul 07, 2019
What a wonderful woman. My Mom Elmona was very close to Barbara and loved her very much. Thoughts & prayers to the whole family. She will be truly missed. Much love from the McWhirter family.
Sandra Fields
Jul 07, 2019
Wendy, I remember your mom as a sweet, Godly woman. I know you are cherishing your memories of her. May you be overwhelmed with God’s comfort as you look forward to a precious reunion with her.
Marilyn linley Hoskins
Jul 07, 2019
Prayers for the family.i lost my mother march 9th 2019 i know how its feels to loose so one close to your heart.God Bless your family
Teresa Herron Zbikowski
Jul 07, 2019
SHELLEY AND FAMILY You all will be in my thoughts and prayers....I will always remember her being my Sunday School teacher and GA leader...I will remember th swimming parties at you all house,also..PRAYERS FOR EVERYONE
Janet Whittemore
Jul 07, 2019
The world has lost such a great lady. She was always so sweet and welcoming to me. Sending love and prayers to the family in this time of sadness.