Mary Kay HendersonMay 19, 1924 ~ January 20, 2018 (age 93)
Mary Kay Henderson, 93 of Huntington, WV danced away into the loving arms of her Lord on Saturday, January 20, 2018 at Woodland’s Retirement Community. Her services will be held on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. at Woodmere Memorial Park Abbey of Remembrance with Jim Morgan officiating. Burial will follow. Friends may call after 12:30. She was the daughter of the late Sherd and Mary Glazier. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by the love of her life, her husband, Lee Henderson, a son, Chuck Hutchinson, two sisters Charlotte Fox and Germaine Berry and a brother, John Glazier. Mary Kay is survived by David Fox, III and Stephen Fox of Huntington; Ellen Feiss of Lafayette, LA; Mr. and Mrs. Jim McClure and their children, Brian and Kylie. She attended school in Huntington and attended Orange County Jr. College. She was employed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and after 30 fulfilling years she retired to pursue her hobbies. She and her husband, Lee played golf as much as possible and at many famous golf courses, including Pebble Beach, CA. They spent their winters in Florida as to not miss a chance to golf. Mary Kay was also an avid bridge player and in the later years enjoyed playing with friends at Woodlands Retirement Community which was her home for the last 11 years. She loved to dance and spent many Saturday nights at Rebels & Redcoats. She was also a seamstress and even had her own tool box; there wasn’t anything she couldn’t put together. Mary Kay spent many happy holidays and vacations with the Zickefoose’s whom she considered her adopted family. She loved the chaos surrounding her when Jan and Steve’s grandchildren were around. Jan and Steve would like to thank the wonderful and caring staff in the healthcare unit at Woodland’s. Each and every one of them goes above the call of duty and truly loves their patients. We would also like to thank Becky Eubanks, Betty Waugh, Megan Sparks and Paula Lovett for their long lasting friendships. Those who wish may make memorial contributions to Little Victories or St. Peter’s Episcopal Church or Hospice of Huntington. Beard Mortuary is assisting the family.