Mr. Bryan Hensley, age 48, Limestone, passed away unexpectedly Saturday June 1, 2019 at the Johnson City Medical Center.
Mr. Hensley was a native of Rogersville, Tennessee and the son of Kathleen Gibson Hensley and the late Willie Hensley. He was also preceded in death by his brothers David and Calvin Hensley.
He was a hard worker and expected those working with him to work hard. He loved his family and enjoyed spending time with them.
Survivors in addition to his mother include his wife Susan Painter Hensley, son Joseph Lowery (Emily), god-son Jaden Rice; nieces and nephews Beth Conley (Will), Hollie Painter, Braxton Hutchens, Chandra Mallett, Cheyanne Mallett, Wesley Lyles, Mitchell Hensley, Jessie Hensley and Cody Hensley; sister Sue Lyles (Bill); brother Keith Hensley (Cindy); sister-in-law, Linda Hensley; brothers-in-law William Painter, Mark Painter (Tracy) several other nieces and nephews and a host of friends to many to mention.
The family will receive family and friends Thursday June 6, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Jerry Honeycutt and Callie
|We are so sorry to have just heard about Bryan
today. We would certainly have been there, Susan.
Please let us know if there's anything we can do.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.|
||Sandra, Billy & kids
|Sue,We are so sorry about the passing of
Bryan...you are in our thoughts n prayers|
||Danny and Kim Dykes
|We are saddened to hear about Brian. He was such a
kind and caring person. He will be missed. Susan
you are in our thoughts and prayers. |
||Scott and Lanee Klepper
|You all are in our thoughts and prayers. |
||Donna Painter and Patty Painter
|Dear Susan and family, We're so sorry to hear about
Bryan's passing. We didn't get to meet him but, always knew he was a good family man. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your critters.|
||Gregg and Marty Cloninger
|We were so shocked and saddened by Bryan’s passing. Bryan
was a super builder and above all a very fine gentleman. God
needed a special person in heaven to help this world and
Bryan is certainly that man. Susan, you have our deepest
sympathies and may God give you peace and strength to all of
|We were so shocked to hear of Brian s
passing. Our deepest sympathy to each of you.
We will keep you in our Thoughts and Prayers. |
|Bryan was a good man , who will be greatly missed by everyone. I am very sad to have lost my childhood friend of 35 years.My condolences and prayers to all the family.|
||Cody and Sandy
Cody will always think of Bryan as a dad figure
rather than an uncle..... He will be missed so
much. Prayers for you and Jaden
|Brian was one of a kind. Can’t imagine this happening and I’m
so sorry. My family will be praying for yours. If one thing was
ever true he loved his family. |
|We are praying for peace and comfort for
you Susan as well as Bryan's many friends
and family. The love that he had for you
was clear to me the moment I met him! You
guys are so good to your family and
friends! I know that he will continue to
take care of you, even from Heaven.
Our deepest sympathies, Dana, Dallas, Mae,
and Caiden Lilly|
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