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“A year has passed,thinking of you always. Til we meet again. ”
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“We so sorry for your loss. Sennett and his entire family lived next to my husband and I back in 1977, and became very close friends with his mom and...Read More »
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Sennett R. Worden Sr. passed away peacefully in his sleep on August 30th, 2016 at age 53. He was born on June 24th, 1963, to the late Samuel and Lorraine Worden (Gillman).
He is survived by two sons, Sennett Worden Jr. ( Heidi Bishop) and Jeremy Worden (Nickita Houston Mclean). Ex-wife and lifelong companion, Linda Strachan. Eight grandchildren and two step grandchildren, Alexandrea, Zackary, Damien, Addyson, Gage, Natysia, Audrey, Nikko, Marissa and Trenton. One brother and four sisters, Shane Worden, Taya Pickell, Tena Dean, Tiera Byers (David Byers) and Dawn Soldan (Sara Goddard). Many nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, cousins, three uncles and two aunts. His baby and third child for the last 20 years, his cockatiel Peaches.
Sennett was preceded in death by two brothers, Samuel Worden Jr. and Skylar Worden. Maternal and Paternal grandparents, Lester and Eleanor Gillman (Middleton) and Clinton and Mary Worden (Brown). Far too many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
In his youth Sennett loved playing softball, camping, cookouts and a good party. As he grew older he still loved a good party, but most of all gathering with family and friends. Give him the people he most wanted to be surrounded by, a cookout, bonfire, a few good games of Texas hold'em and he was most content. His entire adult life, he loved watching football and betting on the Superbowl. Later life he grew a penchant for World of Warcraft and setting off 4th of July fireworks.
It was never easy for Sennett to say how he felt and it was even harder for him to show it, but he loved, probably more than any of us would ever be able to comprehend from him. He barely survived the death of our mother and couldn't stand the idea of his siblings, children and grandchildren going before him. We should feel a certain amount of happiness for him, that he got his wish and never had to mourn any of us passing.
Sennett's health had failed him severely, in recent years. Where he is now, he is finally ok. He's finally feeling comforted in a way he hasn't felt in so long. He's finally home.
We will forever miss you Sennett, until we see you again.
Sennett was cremated. There will be a Memorial-Wake on Monday August 5th at 1:00pm, by invitation. Everything has been being handled through his sister and niece on a private Facebook page. If you would like to come and haven't already received an invitation, please contact one of his sons either by phone or through Facebook .