Tammi Henderhan

Born: 05/12/1956 Passed:

Tammi Henderhan of Louisville passed away April 18, 2022. She was born May 12, 1956 to the late William and Collene Burger. She loved spending time with her husband, kids and grandkids.

In addition to her parents, Tammi is preceded in death by her sister, Candace McKimm.

Tammi is survived by her husband of 45 years, Richard J. Henderhan; children, Richard W. Henderhan, Rachel (Bruce) Ickes, Christopher Henderhan and Tyler (Brittany) Henderhan; brother, William (Christine) Burger; sisters-in-law, Rita (George) Pumneo, Loretta Shearer; brothers-in-law, Jerry (Sue) Henderhan, Terry McKimm; and four grandchildren, Noah Ickes, Zoey Ickes, Lilly Henderhan and Ryan Henderhan.



9 Tributes to Tammi Henderhan

  1. Chad Pochubay says:

    Sorry for your loss Henderhan Family. Tammi always had a fun-loving personality when she was with Rick and his buddies. I won’t forget her sarcasm when running into her at her workplaces. She always had a comical comment to make.

    • James Kelly says:

      Rick and family, Very sorry to hear about Tammi. Sincere condolences to all of you. She will be remembered by all she left behind and helped in this world and hope time will ease your burden of grief.

    • Mary (Leuenberger) Morgan says:

      Rick and Family,
      I’m so sorry for your loss. Tammi and I had so much fun with Tammi on our trip to Europe between our Junior and Senior Year in High School. She was a true friend traveling with me to visit my Great Aunt and Great Grandmother in Switzerland.for a few days of our Scholastic tour. I’m so sorry for your loss. May your
      memories give you some comfort.

  2. Tom and Cheryl Linhart says:

    Rick and family. Cheryl and I are so sorry for the loss of Tammi. She was such a kind and funny person. I will never forget what a beautiful bride she was at the wedding. She will be missed.

  3. Courtney Suter says:

    Tammi really taught me so many things, not only about myself but also about life. I was blessed to meet her roughly 12 years ago. The day I met her I had gone to an interview for Dunkin .. she was so personable and it felt as if I always had known her. She was familiar that way. I appreciate tammi more than I ever got the chance to tell her; she believed in me like no one ever had before. Tammi was kind and amazing. True blessing it was to have her in my life- even as short as it was. Praying for her family, whom she loved more than life.

    • Cathy Adams says:

      So sorry to the Henderhan family. Tammi is a great loss. You have my deepest sympathy.

      • Jody Edie says:

        Rick and the Henderhan family – I am shocked and deeply saddened to learn of Tammi’s passing. Although we worked together many years ago, and I haven’t seen her for a long time, I always considered her to be a dear, forever friend. We shared so many laughs together at Midland Buckeye, and many more times outside of work having great conversations and tons of laughs. I will always fondly remember all of the time I was fortunate enough to share with her. I hope that your loving memories of her will bring you some comfort at this difficult time and in the days ahead. May she forever rest In peace.

  4. Connie Kyser says:

    Tammi you will be miss. You where one of the most enjoyable person I ever met. You where always there for us employees love and respect.

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