William Frederick Henze
Plano, Texas - Friends and Family mourn the loss of William (Bill) Frederick Henze, 7/2/1936 - 1/7/2020. Bill was born in Altus, Oklahoma and was raised in Brenham, TX, served in the Air Force Reserve and graduated from Texas Lutheran University with a bachelor's in business in 1958. He married his college sweetheart Faye Blumberg Henze on 6/16/1962 and worked for West Bend kitchen appliances, Larry Mahan Boots and Milano Hats for over 25 years. Bill raised a loving and caring family in Seguin, TX where he served as President of the School board, President of the Matador Booster Club and retired in Rockwall, TX.
He had a passion for golf and was a diehard Texas Longhorn fan across all sports. He was a Christian man that brought joy into the lives of everyone he met. He was quick with his words and known for his wit and infectious smile. Bill is survived by his wife Faye Blumberg Henze, sister's Gay and Gloria; three children M'Linda Lasswell, Gwen Webster and Neil Henze and their spouses. In addition he leaves behind 4 granddaughters and 3 grandsons. He will be sorely missed.
Donations can be made in his name to Preston Meadow Lutheran Church in Plano, TX or Texas Lutheran University in Seguin, TX. His memorial service will be held at Preston Meadow Lutheran in Plano, TX on Saturday, January 11th, 2020 at 2:00 PM.
Published on January 8, 2020

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Saturday January 11, 2020
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Preston Meadow Lutheran Church
6801 Coit Rd

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Randall and Jimmie Rohne
Jan 14, 2020
Many fond memories.
LarryHofland
Jan 11, 2020
One of my great friends of all time. Looking forward to seeing you and old Rudy Anders together in the near future. As Ray Price said Let’s remember the good times. Larry Hofland.
Max ender
Jan 10, 2020
Luv u man great buddies at tlu.rest in peace.