g World Support Systems Founder and Chairman Warren Henninger has died on Saturday, May 23. Henninger was a longtime resident of Moses Lake, WA, He died from an accident while doing what he loved, working in his yard.
Bryan Henninger, Ag World Support Systems CEO and President released the following statement via email to Spudman Magazine:
It is with both great sadness and rejoicing that I need to let you know that last night at 11:45 p.m. Warren Henninger (my dad) joined his Savior in Heaven after being in a coma for a week. All your prayers and thoughts have helped carry Warren and the family through this week. Thank you for continuing to carry the family, especially Judy (my mom), in your thoughts and prayers over the next few difficult weeks. Dad will be sorely missed.
According to Spudman magazine, Chris Voigt, longtime head of the Washington State Potato Commission, Henninger was “the type of human being that we should all aspire to be. …Warren was one of the kindest people I’ve ever met,” Voigt said.
Ag World Support Systems was founded by Warren Henninger in 1997 after spending 21 years with a potato processing company according to the Ag World website.
While Warren was in graduate school, he met his wife Judy. They were married in Klamath Falls, OR on July 12, 1970 and had three children.
Warren had a passion for God, family, and potatoes. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established at the Ronald McDonald House Charities Inland Northwest on behalf of Warren Henninger. Click Here to give.