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Terry Hennigan

Posted 2021-09-10 by mhenderson
Published by The Miner on Sep. 7, 2021 -
Kingman, Arizona -

Terry Hennigan, a Golden Valley resident for the past 23 years, passed
away at home on Aug. 25 after a long battle with Myositis. Terry was
born in New Mexico on April 15, 1953 to James and Betty Hennigan. He
grew up in Los Lunas, New Mexico, graduating from Los Lunas High
School in 1971. Thereafter, Terry joined Local 412 Plumbers and
Pipefitters Union, specializing as an HVAC Technician. He worked
throughout New Mexico, Arizona and California.

Terry was an avid builder, craftsman, mechanic, rock crawler and off-
roader. He and Cindi built their dream home in Golden Valley with the
help of family and friends. He always had a special project he was
working on in the garage, whether it be designing a rock crawling
buggy, working on his 1975 CJ5 or rebuilding his 1978 Chevy.

Terry and Cindi were members of the Walapai 4-Wheelers Club for many
years, taking their CJ5 to trails all over Arizona and Utah. He and
Cindi were able to spend several years of retirement enjoying travel
in their RV. Their travels took them all the way to the Atlantic
Ocean, the Pacific Northwest and everywhere in between.

Terry is survived by his wife, Cindi, of Golden Valley; sons Erik
(Shelby), of Lake Havasu City, Jake (Tara) of Las Vegas; six
grandchildren, whom he adored; sister BJ (David) Hartford and brother
Gary (Debi) Hennigan, both of Albuquerque.

A celebration of Terry’s life will be held on Monday, Sept. 13 at the
Hualapai Mountain Resort in Kingman at 3 p.m.

In true Terry style, please dress comfortably and bring a memory to
share with the family. Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home in Kingman is
assisting with arrangements.

Donations in memory of Terry can be made to The Myositis Association

Arrangements were placed in the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home and

Thoughts and condolences may be submitted to the family at www.lietz- To send a FREE card to the family go to

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