In memory of
Leon Albert Henderson Jr.
In memory of
Leon Albert Henderson Jr.
Leon Albert Henderson, Jr. 8/1/1952-4/7/2021 Leon was born between the union of Leon Henderson, Sr. and Mildred Hamilton on August 1, 1952 at Memorial Hospital in Corpus Christi, TX. He graduated from Richard King High School, May, 1970. He served in the United States Air Force for eight years, where he made the rank of SSGT. He returned home and worked as a security guard at CCNAS. He obtained a certificate in Computer Science. He went to work for Spohn Hospital in Corpus. Christi, TX. He was then transferred to San Antonio, TX, where he became an Information Technology Analyst for the Clinical Dept., working alongside the Network Operations Center (NOC). He leaves behind his wife Linda, 2 sons, Leon III and Stephen, his brother, Charles Duhart and sister Linda Denmon and a host of relatives, friends and co-workers.
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In memory of
Leon Albert Henderson Jr.
Leon Albert Henderson, Jr. 8/1/1952-4/7/2021 Leon was born between the union of Leon Henderson, Sr. and Mildred Hamilton on August 1, 1952 at Memorial Hospital in Corpus Christi, TX. He graduated from Richard King High School, May, 1970. He served in the United States Air Force for eight years, where he made the rank of SSGT. He returned home and worked as a security guard at CCNAS. He obtained a certificate in Computer Science. He went to work for Spohn Hospital in Corpus. Christi, TX. He was then transferred to San Antonio, TX, where he became an Information Technology Analyst for the Clinical Dept., working alongside the Network Operations Center (NOC). He leaves behind his wife Linda, 2 sons, Leon III and Stephen, his brother, Charles Duhart and sister Linda Denmon and a host of relatives, friends and co-workers.
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