In memory of
Aino (Uus) HENNING
In memory of
Aino (Uus) HENNING
HENNING, Aino (Uus) February 13, 1936 - April 13, 2021 The Russian occupation of Estonia during WWII caused the family to flee in darkness across the Baltic Sea to Sweden. After several years in Sweden, the family emigrated to Canada and settled in Vancouver. Aino graduated from Britannia High School, got married and worked at "The Bay" in Richmond for 25 years. Aino is survived by her husband of 65 years, Doug and three daughters, Denise (Ernie), Darlene (Harry), and Debbie (Terry). Four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren completes Aino's family circle. Condolences and tributes may be sent to the family by visiting www.mountpleasantfuneral.com Mount Pleasant Universal Funeral Home 604-876-2161
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Vancouver, BC V5T2C6
In memory of
Aino (Uus) HENNING
HENNING, Aino (Uus) February 13, 1936 - April 13, 2021 The Russian occupation of Estonia during WWII caused the family to flee in darkness across the Baltic Sea to Sweden. After several years in Sweden, the family emigrated to Canada and settled in Vancouver. Aino graduated from Britannia High School, got married and worked at "The Bay" in Richmond for 25 years. Aino is survived by her husband of 65 years, Doug and three daughters, Denise (Ernie), Darlene (Harry), and Debbie (Terry). Four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren completes Aino's family circle. Condolences and tributes may be sent to the family by visiting www.mountpleasantfuneral.com Mount Pleasant Universal Funeral Home 604-876-2161
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306 East 11th Ave
Vancouver, BC V5T2C6
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