Jed E Henrie Jr, our loving husband, son, brother, father, and friend passed away peacefully at his home in Abilene, Texas, September 27, 2019.
Jed was born August 3, 1955 in San Diego CA to Dorothy and Jed E. Henrie Sr, and married Linda Ann Riddle Henrie in 1985.
Jed's professional career was spent as a successful and dedicated IT Consultant, with his motivation and goals being to always provide for his family. Jed was a generous, kind and loving man who freely shared his love for his dear wife and family; his joy was in his 17 grandchildren who always put a smile on his face and warmed his heart. Family games and early morning fishing trips, which were family favorites, were Jed’s most loved memories. His faith and his family is what he lived for—and is what mattered most to him. He left an impression on all those he came in contact with, and will be missed by his family, friends, and all who had the opportunity to interact with him.
Jed was proceeded in death by his father, Jed E. Henrie Sr., in 2015. He is survived by his loving and eternal companion, Linda Ann Riddle Henrie; his daughters, Sarah and husband Scott of Abilene, Texas; Linda Christine Henrie of South Jordan, Utah; his six sons, Jeremy Henrie and wife Kimberly of Draper, Utah; Daniel Henrie and wife Aubrea of Bell Buckle, Tennessee; Kevin Henrie of Sugarhouse, Utah; Jed Erick Henrie and wife Rebecca of West Jordan , Utah; Mark Henrie and wife Julie of South Jordan, Utah; James Henrie of Abilene, Texas; his mother, Dorothy Whitney Henrie of Cottonwood Heights, Utah; his sisters, Deanne Sweeney and husband Carl of Draper, Utah; Cheri Van Wagoner and husband Rob of Concrete, Washington; Teresa Fisher and husband Jason of Elk Ridge, Utah; and his brothers, Daniel Henrie and wife Dannette of Bountiful, Utah; and John Paul Henrie and wife Debbie of Kennesaw, Georgia.
The family first began in the funeral business in 1933. The Hamil's legacy, beginning with the Elliott's to John and Jo Ann Hamil and now continuing with Robert and Karla Hamil, is to serve families in their time of need.