Feb. 16, 1967-Jan. 25, 2020
A memorial service for Christine Hennigan will be at Trinity Episcopal Church, Saturday, Feb. 8. Visitation will begin at 1 p.m. with service performed by the Rev. Suzanne Wolfenbarger at 2 p.m.
Christine, a beloved wife, mother and grandmother, passed away peacefully in her home Saturday, Jan.25, 2020, at the age of 52 after a lengthy illness. She was born Feb. 16, 1967, in St. Louis, Mo., to Kenneth Jordan and the late Bettie Ann Jordan. Christine’s family moved to Coushatta where she grew up.
She left us here knowing that a lifetime of memories and stories will help ease the sorrow of her passing, but knowing that on her journey into the next life, she will walk with God and be reunited with family and friends that have gone before her.
Left to cherish her memory are her husband, Thomas Crump Hennigan; one daughter, Kelli Nicole Leone Bozeman and husband Christopher Allen of Deville; two sons, Samuel Joseph Leone and partner Alexandra Meachum of Shreveport and Christopher James Hennigan and wife Erin of DeQuinncy; one sister, Kathleen Jordan Quick and husband Earl of Hall Summit; one brother, Carson Leroy Jordan Sr. and wife Ashlyn of Shreveport; and also Pippet, her constant companion and service dog. Christine also had three grandchildren, who referred to her as “Lolly,” Emerson Layne and Haddylee Grayce Hennigan and Noah Carter Bozeman; and a host of nieces and nephews who loved her dearly and referred to her as “Aunt Teen.”
Christine was preceded in death by her mother, Bettie Ann Jordan; her maternal grandparents, John and Lorene Morley; and paternal grandparents, Verda Beaird Jordan and Lee Roy Jordan.
Christine always worked hard and she liked to play hard. She loved to travel, camp out, deer hunt, but most of all she loved spending time with her family and friends. She was always there if you needed her and will be dearly missed by all who knew her.
Christine and family want to extend a very special “Thank You” to her friend and physician, Dr. Todd Flowers. “With his care, compassion, spiritual guidance and friendship, he made this an extraordinary experience.”
In lieu of flowers, Christine requested donations be made to Extreme Missionary Adventures, 16 Pierce Road, Rayville, LA 71269, email XMAonline.com, 318-728-6346, or the charity of your choice.