Glenn Heneault


Glenn Heneault of Port Charlotte, FL, and formerly of Warwick, RI, passed away on Wednesday, April 29, 2020, at the age of 60. After several years of battling cancer, Glenn passed peacefully at home by the side of his loving wife, Doreen. He leaves behind his four children: Dylan M. Heneault (deceased), Daryl M. Heanault, Stacy L. (Heneault) Motulski, Heather L. (Heneault).Marques and his godson Corey Menard as well as his two sons-in-laws, James Motulski, Michael Marques and daughter-in-law, Cassandra Heneault.

Glenn was born in Taunton, MA, on November 1, 1960 to Robert Heneault (deceased) & Arlene (Motta) Heneault. Throughout Glenn’s life he was a friend to many and a skilled contractor, whose passion was using his hands to build. Glenn always has a hammer in his hand, and he worked hard every day up until the moment he started treatments. During the last few years of his life, he enjoyed woodworking from home, and creating special mementos to give his friends, family and grandchildren that they could remember him by.

Glenn was the middle child of three children, leaving behind his older sister, Cheryl China, brother-in-law Leon China, younger brother, Robert Heneault and sister-in-law Kimberly Heneault. Glenn also had a special place in his heart for his beloved nieces and nephews: Jessica Northup, Joedan Sonder, Chloe Sonder and Olivia Sonder, Madelyn Heneault, Benjamin Morse, Ryan Medeiros and Kyle China.

Glenn’s greatest joy in life was his family. He was adored by all of his grandchildren: Charlie Heneault, Sophia Marques, Alexander Marques and Riley Motulski, known to him as their “Papa”. He loved teaching then how to build, paint, swim, and most of all, to love unconditionally. Glenn was kind, hard-working and giving. Everyone who knew him knew his heart and will miss him dearly.


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