Paul Russell Henderson Paul R. Henderson, 66, of Dunwoody, Georgia passed away on Sunday afternoon, March 4th, 2018 at St. Joseph’s Hospital after a short illness. Paul was in the company of family and friends at the time of his passing. Paul was born August 12th, 1951 in Chicago, son of Paul and Marilyn Henderson. He is survived by the love of his life, wife Sandra Garris Henderson, son Nick Henderson, daughter Chelsea and her husband David Robles Mora, sisters Laurie Crooks and Lynn Henderson, and nephew Ryan Crooks. Paul received his undergraduate degree from Florida State University and his Masters Degree from Georgia State University before beginning a distinguished career as a Certified Public Accountant, managing his own firm for many years before his retirement. Paul traveled the world and had a tremendous thirst for life. Much of his youth and young adulthood were spent with his lifelong best friend, Fred Brock. Other than travel and the enjoyment of life, music and food, Paul had two great loves in recent years – his family and his English Springer Spaniels. In accordance with Paul’s wishes, there will be no formal services, and as remembrances the family requests donations to worthy charities or to the English Springer Rescue America organization in his name.

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  1. Paul, You will be missed. RIP. To Sandi, Chelsea, Nick and David, it was a pleasure working with Paul and I enjoyed our many lunches together talking about travel, airplanes and a little politics. I know he enjoyed life to it’s fullest

  2. Paul,
    You are missed. We are thankful for the love and memories you have given our family and most important your love to Sandi. You brought so much joy and love into her life, we shall forever be grateful. Your life will always be remembered as part of our family.

  3. Paul, I know you will be greatly missed. I always enjoyed the times we’d get together to file my taxes every year. You were such a good friend and a personal, trusted adviser, and always with such a wonderful sense of humor. My best goes out to you Nick and Chelsea and Sandi. I’m so sorry to hear this sad news.

  4. Nick, Chelsea and family, We were so sorry to hear this news. Your dad had such a warm smile, a quick and quirky sense of humor and a genuine willingness to help if we ever needed tax info. He surely loved his Springer Spaniels as much as we did our crazy dogs. There were so many memories during your growing up years in the neighborhood–birthday parties, Halloween potlucks, making snow angels, the ‘Olympics,’ watching you all learn to drive, You all are remembered here. Take care.

  5. Nick and Family – I am very sorry to hear this news. Your dad was always very friendly and jovial everytime I was at your house or we would catch up at the Southeastern Railway Museum. My deepest condolences – you are in my thoughts during this difficult time.

  6. Dear Sandi – We are so sorry to learn of Paul’s passing. Living so close, it is difficult to believe more than a week can go by before we learn of Paul’s illness and then your great loss. May you be comforted by happy memories and the love of family and friends in the difficult days ahead.

    With our sincere, deepest sympathy,
    Neighbors David and Dixie Clapper

  7. To the family of Mr. Henderson. Your dad brought me thru some of the worst years of my life with his knowledge of his profession. If it wasn’t for GOD bringing me to him giving me hope for the future. I remember his love for tennis and his family. You could see him light up when we talked of you! My memory of Paul will last until my passing. GOD bless you Paul Henderson CPA. RIP

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