Dorothy V. Henry

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Dorothy V. Henry

February 13, 1932 - September 09, 2018

Dorothy V. Henry, 86 of Glen Carbon, Ill., passed away Sunday, September 9, 2018 at Anderson Hospital.
Dorothy was born February 13, 1932, in Tyrone, Mo., the daughter of the late Ted and Bertha (Smith) McKinney.
Dorothy was a medical technologist at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Danville, Ill., and in her free time she enjoyed her days of fishing, gardening and following Chicago Cubs baseball. Her greatest joy was spending time with her family and she will be remembered for all the special times they shared together.
Dorothy is survived by and will be missed by her children, Robert Henry of Granite City, Ill., Donald Henry of Granite City, Ill., Debra (Paul) Stayduhar of Glen Carbon, Ill., Marilyn Arnzen of Richland, Wash.; grandchildren, Terry (Monica) Decker, Hilary (Andrew) Willis, Kyle Arnzen, Caitlin Stayduhar; great-grandchildren, Keira Decker, Savian Willis, Chloe Willis; sisters, Jewel McKinney, Gladys (Ralph) Garett, Carol Terrill; brother, Keith McKinney.
In addition to her parents, Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband, Dale G. Henry, whom she married on December 16, 1948; daughter, Carol Decker; son-in-law, Douglas Arnzen; her sisters, Wilma Douglas, Betty Goodman; her brothers, Walter McKinney, Jack McKinney, Kenneth McKinney.
In celebration of Dorothy's life a visitation will be noon Thursday, September 13, until the time of the service at 1 p.m. with Pastor Carl Watkins officiating at Irwin Chapel, 591 Glen Crossing Road in Glen Carbon. Burial will follow at Sunset Hill Memorial Estates in Glen Carbon. Memorials are suggested to VITAS Hospice.
Published on September 10, 2018
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Janet Puzey Westville Il
Sep 18, 2018
I was blessed to know and work with Dorothy at St Elizabeth lab. I admire her warm caring professional treatment to patients and her lab friends. She had fun in all she did and I truly enjoyed her. What a great lasting legacy she has left on all she met. Now she is at peace.