Jacob Elijah Henning Obituary

Jacob Elijah Henning Obituary

October 18, 2021 Off By Gator

The family of Jacob Elijah Henning is saddened to announce his sudden and unexpected passing on Friday, September 17th, 2021 at his residence in Valley, Alabama at the age of 36 years.

He will always be lovingly remembered by his 3 beautiful children, Caydence 10, Braylee 9 and Bryson 6. He is also survived by his parents, Donn & Esther Henning of Valley, Alabama and his siblings & spouses, Joshua & Nevenka Henning (Hadleigh) of Germantown, MD, Gabrielle & Kenneth Trottier (Ryker and Lincoln) of Frederick, MD and Jesse Henning of Poolesville, MD; his aunts & uncles and their spouses and children, Paul & Shelly Henning of Addison, PA (Renee, Erica & Baylor) Anne & Wayne Stamper of Wilmington, NC (Talon & Ian) Mary & Toby Ganey of Martinsburg, WV, Patti & Drew Goldbranson of Kearneysville, WV, (Krista, Cana, Elijah, Stephen, Josiah, Ezekiel & Abbey) Corene Lamie of Bowie, MD, Samuel Lamie of South Bay, FL. and Mark Lamie of Sebring, FL and his step grandmother Barbara Henning of Bradenton, FL.  Jacob also leaves behind many lifelong friends.

Jacob was preceded in death by both sets of his Grandparents, Tom & Yvonne Lamie of Sunrise, FL and Alfred & Dorothy Henning of Twinbrook, MD.

Jacob had a career as Master Automotive Technician, which he always had a passion to work on things.

He was always an adventure seeker, looking to find things in life that were fun and challenging. Jacob loved snowboarding and wakeboarding and anything to do with water including boating, jets skiing and fishing. If there was a cliff or bridge to jump off, Jake was the first one to say let’s do it! He also went skydiving! Jacob had a love for DC sports. Jacob would light up a room when he entered with telling a joke or being quirky just to make everyone smile. He will truly be missed by all. 

We will be having a Celebration of Life in Maryland on November 13th,  2021 to remember him and share stories. The time & location will be announced at a later date.

God Bless Everyone. 

Johnson Brown-Service Funeral Home of Valley directing.