Samantha “Sammi” Henehan

Samantha "Sammi" Henehan
Samantha "Sammi" Henehan

Angels Info

Name: Samantha “Sammi” Henehan
Age:  23
Location: Scranton, Pennsylvania
DOD:  April 10, 2016

A bit about me:

Samantha was a Beautiful and intelligent young woman. She was a social butterfly, known, loved and missed by so many. She was in beauty Pageants as a toddler.Winning many tiaras from Scranton to Pittsburgh PA. She excelled in School. She became a personal banker at Wells Fargo. Coming in top 3 in NEPA for banking at the age of 22. She would go to work in business attire, to come home to change to ride her motorcycle. She was a free spirit and was very proud of her tattoo’s. One being her favorite city of brotherly love Philadelphia. Samantha was always one to stick up for others being bullied and she would always route for the underdog. Samantha was sober for 3 years before relapsing. She helped a lot of young woman begin their journey in sobriety. They still credit Samantha for them still being sober today. She had only one sibling her little Brother Marty Henehan Jr. who she loved and adored. And he loved her the same. He took up Boxing to deal with her loss. He fights every fight in her memory. She was Daddy’s little girl. And was the apple of her Mothers eye . She was not just my Daughter she was my best friend. She had a bubbly personality and we always enjoyed our quality time together. My heart was forever broken April 10,2016.



Samantha “Sammi” Henehan, 23, of Scranton, died unexpectedly Sunday of a drug overdose.

Born in Scranton, daughter of Martin and Stacy Schmidt Henehan, she was educated in Scranton public schools and recently employed by Wells Fargo. She was kind and loving to all who knew her and was quick to lend a hand to all who were struggling with the disease of addiction. Sammi was beautiful inside and out, the apple of her mother’s eye, and never spoke a harsh word about anyone.

Also surviving are a brother, Marty Jr.; longtime companion, Paul Canavan, Clarks Summit; grandparents, Joseph and Jacquelyn Judge Schmidt, and Theresa Henehan; aunts and uncles, Joanne Sherman Schmidt, Elizabeth Freund Schmidt, Joseph Schmidt Jr., Roy John Sherman, Edward Henehan Jr., Catherine Mann, Theresa Nicolais, Sue Studenski, Jerome Henehan, Helen Henehan; Linda Forgione and husband, Charles; Sean Henehan; and Thomas Henehan and wife, Dawn; and cousins, Kayla and Carley Sherman, Joseph Schmidt Jr. and Daniel Schmidt.

She was preceded in death by her paternal grandfather, Edward L. Henehan; and her cousin, “Bubba” Roy John Sherman Jr.

The funeral will be Friday at 9:45 a.m. from the Thomas J. Hughes Funeral Home Inc., 1240 St. Ann’s St., with Mass of Christian Burial at 10 in St. Ann’s Basilica. Interment, Cathedral Cemetery.


Samantha i’ll never forgive myself for not being able to be by your side during your last breathe. Im sorry i never got to say how much i loved you before you left that day. I will spend the rest of my life keeping your memory alive , by doing what you enjoyed most. By helping struggling addicts. Im the luckiest Mother in the world to have gotten to spend 23 years with a Beautiful Daughter like you. If i had the chance of picking everything i wanted in a Daughter, she still wouldn’t of been as perfect as you. My heart died with you April 10 2016.
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Trenton Munn

Angels Info

Name: Trenton Munn
Age:  31
DOD: August 20, 2016

A bit about me:

My son Trenton was a happy, loving kid and young man! He loved life, his family, his son. He always had a smile on his handsome face. He had the most beautiful blue eyes and lashes! I miss our talks, his laugh, his hugs! I miss hearing him tell me he loves me!

Angels Obituary:

Trenton L. Munn, 31, of Ionia, passed away unexpectedly on Aug. 21, 2016. Trenton was born on Nov. 3, 1984 in Ionia, the son of Brian and Lynette (White) Munn.

Trenton graduated with the Class of 2003 from Ionia High School. In high school Trenton played baseball and later enjoyed fishing, hunting, basketball, baseball and was a big Lions fan. Trenton will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

He is loved and survived by his parents; his son’ Harley Trenton-Trenton Scott Munn; brother, Joe Munn; sister, Stephanie Doty; nieces and nephews, Drew Ann Gladding, Jacob Doty, Max Doty, Mason Doty and Josie Munn; and grandparents, Jerry (Cindy) White and Melvin Munn.

Trenton was preceded in death by his grandmother, Janet LaFlamme.

In keeping with his wishes, cremation has taken place. A memorial service for Trenton will be 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016 at the Sessions Lake Pavilion off Riverside Drive between Ionia and Saranac. No visitation will take place. 

Memorial contributions may be given to a fund being established for his son Harley. Envelopes will be available at the service and at Johnson-Feuerstein Funeral Home, Belding where funeral care has been entrusted. Messages of condolence may also be given at

Goodbye Message:

My sweet boy I will never forget you. I have a whole in my heart where you use to be! Knowing you are no longer suffering is what gets me through the day! I love you forever!

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