Colin Henson (2 Oct 1938 - 21 Jun 2014)

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Funeral Service

Location
All Souls Chapel,Loughborough Crematorium Loughborough LE11 2AF
Date
10th Jul 2014
Time
11.45am
Funeral Director
Richard Barnes Funeral Director

Cremation Details

Location
All Souls Chapel , Loughborough Crematorium
Date
10th Jul 2014
Time
11.45am

Funeral Reception

Location
Rothley Court HotelWestfield LaneRothleyLE7 7LG
Date
10th Jul 2014
Time
12.45pm

In loving memory of the late Colin Henson who sadly passed away on 21st June 2014

Robert donated £50 in memory of Colin
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Jackie Bolton wrote

Well, what can you say about Colin except that he was a gentleman amongst men. Always there to give you a guiding hand when needed and it fills me with a sense of pride to say that I had the pleasure of working with him for a number of years.

The world will definitely be a darker place now that this guiding light has been distinguished. He will be greatly missed by many but their lives have been enriched for knowing him - I know mine has.

God bless

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Tonia wrote

I am sorry I cant be with you all to say a fond farewell to Colin as I am now in the Sultanate of Oman. Will be thinking of you at this sad time















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Tonia wrote

Colin meant so much to so many people and will be sorely missed. As one of his consultants, he taught me so much and was always there to help and give advice. He had so many stories and was such fun to be around especially at the evening consultants get together. I am fortunate to have worked with him for ten years as he helped me become the consultant I am today

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Cathy Norton wrote

My abiding memories of Colin will be as a consummate professional who was a great employment consultant , a loyal colleague, and a wonderfully supportive line manager. All that combined with a real sense of humour and someone you could have fun with. Colin was a free spirit and he was not afraid to go his own path even if that meant it was not viewed well by 'the establishment.' I considered him to be one of the best people I ever worked for, as well as a mentor, a coach and a good friend. Both my husband and I will miss his great tales and stories that always peppered and liven up any visit.

Colin will be sorely missed by all of us that treasured his company and his sound advice.

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