Graveside funeral service for Mr. Paul Melvin Henderson, age 67, of Flintville, TN, will be conducted at 1 PM on Sunday, June 30, 2019 at Pleasant Grove Cemetery with Bro. Eddie Graves officiating. There will be no visitation prior to the service.
Paul was born on February 26, 1952 in Lewisburg, TN to the late Oscar Melvin and Annie Valiera Colbert Henderson. He worked as an auto body technician for Bill Penney Automotive. He was a motorcycle enthusiast and enjoyed building bikes. Mr. Henderson passed away on June 27, 2019 at his residence.
Survivors include his sister, Michelle (Mike) Ingle of Anniston, AL; brother, Christopher Bryon (Jean) Henderson of Bradenton, FL; nieces, Shannon (Ryan) Hill and Tiffany Nave; nephews, Brent (Brooke) Ingle, Heath (Karen) Nave, Christopher Henderson, and Zachary Henderson; great-nieces and and great-nephews, Rylan and Deacon Hill, Lacey Nave and Kolbe Billings, Rowan Ingle, and Josh, Connor, Ethan and Eli Nave. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, RoxAnne Nave.
Higgins Funeral Home is honored to be serving the family of Mr. Paul Melvin Henderson.
I am so sorry for the loss in the Henderson family. I didn’t realize Paul had passed but I had been thinking about him for the last several weeks and had noticed no new posts from him on Facebook. I was close to Paul when we were in high school and Roxanne was one of my best friends. RIP Paul and give your sister a hug from me. I am pretty sure she would enjoy a ride on that bike with you as well.
The time we shared together holds a million special memories. You are forever in my heart.
Great friend that will be missed. Go rest high on that mountain.
RIP, Long Time Friend. Great Memories
One of my favorite men friends, we could talk about anything at anytime. I love him for who he was and he love me for who I was. Fly high with my honey bees! Brother, I will miss you greatly!
I cant say enough all the memories of you that i will forever carry with me…how you got me addicted to motorcycles yes that was you all the halloween scares..ride high uncle paul i miss you and i love you forever.
I will miss you so much Paul of our long talks ,camping I could go on &on. Thank You Paul for all the good memories! Love you Cuz!
My friend paul, Thank you brother for all the talks, friends, music , motorcycles ! But most of all being someone you could always count on brother ! On Memorial day this year we had our last time to talk, visited an ole friend of ours , listening to good music & Old Harley’s !! Dreams I’ll never see , Molly Hatchet.
Fly high my Native American Brother, and Friend. Prayers for your Family
I only knew you briefly, but it was a pleasure to have know you, and enjoy our conversations. God speed, ride hard.
Dearest Paul ,
What a kind soul you were. I feel fortunate to have known you. My condolences to your family and friends.
We had a great time playing music together and loved talking to each other about anything and everything..Gonna miss you brother Paul..
Fly high brother
I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.
Ride high Paul was like a big brother to me know him for years would do anything for you will be missed love you bro