Jennifer Henderson Obituary, Death – Jennifer Ratliff Henderson, who had lived in Hodgenville, Tennessee, for the entirety of her life, passed away on Friday, December 2, 2022, at the age of 69 while she was a patient at the Sunrise Manor Nursing Home located in Hodgenville. Jennifer had lived in Hodgenville her entire life. Jennifer had lived in Hodgenville her entire life. Her husband, James Michael Henderson, passed away in the year 2000;
their son, Scott Henderson; her parents, Hobert and Corine Walker Ratliff; a great-granddaughter named Ava Forman; a sister named Geraldine Brown; and two brothers named Herbert and Ronnie Ratliff all died before she did. Her great-granddaughter was named Ava Forman. The name Ava Forman was given to one of her great-granddaughters. One of her great-granddaughters was honored with the name Ava Forman by the Forman family. Her father, Hobert Ratliff, and her mother, Corine Walker Ratliff, were her biological parents. Jennifer is survived by the following members of her family:
three daughters, Nikki Henderson (J.R.), of Hodgenville, Stacy Henderson (Lee), of Greensburg, and Misty Henderson (Logan), of Tennessee; two sons, Chris Henderson (Stephanie), of Elizabethtown, and James Henderson (Tara), of Louisville; two sisters, Robin Breeding (Joe), and Becky Nunn (Greg), both of Hodgenville; and two brothers, Robert Henderson, Funeral services for the deceased will be held on Monday, December 5 at 11 a.m. at the Bennett-Bertram Funeral Home located in Hodgenville. Brother Billy Curle will serve as the officiant for the funeral service and will preside over the service.
At eleven o’clock in the morning on Tuesday, December 6, 2018, Jennifer will be laid to rest at the Lebanon National Cemetery, which is located in Lebanon, Kentucky. Her final resting place will be besides that of her husband, James. Lebanon is the place where you’ll find the location of the cemetery. The town of Lebanon, which is located in the state of Kentucky, is home to the section of the United States National Cemetery that is known as Lebanon. Visitation at the funeral home will take place on Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m., and then it will resume the following morning at 9 a.m. when the funeral service begins.