Fred Henning

Death:Monday, October 14, 1968

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Fred Henning, 73, long time Juneau clothier, died Oct. 14 in Ojai, California after a long illness. Henning went to Alaska shortly after World War I, worked in the early days for Brown & Hawkins stores in Seward and Brown, Anchorage, later moving to Juneau where he became associated with H.S. "Shelley" Graves, pioneer Juneau clothier, following which he opened his own store. He retired to California in 1956. Surviving him is his wife, Lois, Ojai, California; a daughter, Ann, Madrid, Spain; and a brother, Ed, Bellevue, Washington. Henning was a member of the Pioneers of Alaska, the American Legion, and the Elks.� � [Dec1968]

Source: Alaska Sportsman, Dec 1968

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