10/15/1932 - 08/29/2021
Obituary For Austin Hensley
Austin Hensley age 88 of Cincinnati passed away on Sunday August 29, 2021. He was born on October 15, 1932 in Wallins Creek, KY the son of the late G.C. “Uncle Cleve” and Mary Alice (nee Wilder) Hensley. Austin was a veteran of the United States Army serving in the Korean War. He retired from Diamond International Paper Company after many years of service. On January 22, 1960 he married the love of his life Billie Sue Helton. He is survived by his loving wife of over 60 years Billie Sue Hensley; one daughter Mary (Winford) North; and one granddaughter Elizabeth (Joseph) Carosiello. He was also preceded in death by two children Michael A. Hensley and Julie M. Hensley; and several brothers and sisters. Austin also leaves behind many nieces, nephews, close friends and family. Visitation will be on Saturday September 4, 2021 at Fairfield Church of God 6001 Dixie Hwy Fairfield from 9:30AM until the time of the funeral at 11: 00AM with Joseph and Elizabeth Carosiello officiating. Burial to follow in Arlington Memorial Gardens. THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME is serving the family. Online condolences can be made at www.websterfuneralhomes.com
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Thinking of the many times we got to be in service with Uncle Austin. Will miss him greatly. Love and prayers. Tricia Partin
Austin was such a dear friend for years. We attended church together, enjoyed going out to eat with him and Sue. He was always happy and a blessing to everyone. God Bless his dear family. Love, Eddie and Wanda
So sorry to hear of Austin's passing. He was married to my sweet, precious cousin, Billie Sue, and he was always such a gentleman. He always had such a sweet, Godly spirit and his love for his family and the Lord was always evident. My prayers are with all of you. Gwen Brock Sharp
Of all the wonderful memories I have of Uncle Austin...He was a fine gentle man a Pilar to the family & most of all a fine example of a Man of Faith. I want to say RIH. But I'm certain you are busy dancing on the hills of Glory. In my heart always...Love Kern
He was a good man love talking to him about church and hearing him talk about his family love and will miss him
I knew Austin as a wonderful man of faith, holiness and kindness. His home going will leave a hole in many hearts. He is home with God and family.
So sorry for your loss. I remember Austin use to love singing the song Beulah Land in church. Now he can sing his song up and down the streets of Glory.
So sorry. We know he will be missed. Praying for you all. Dan & Jani
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