John Henderson Obituary, Death – On December 12th, 2022, John B. “JB” Henderson, who lived in Wellsville and was 71 years old when he passed away, did so in an unexpected manner at the East Liverpool Hospital.
John Henderson was the son of Houston Henderson, who passed away, and Catherine (Blewett) Henderson, who also passed away. His birthday is December 17th, 1950, and he was born in Dallas, Texas. He graduated from Wellsville High School in 1968 and had spent the majority of his life in the community, where he had also received his high school diploma.
John began working for FirstEnergy in 1977, the year that marked the beginning of his career there. In 2005, he made the decision to retire from his role as an Instrument and Test Repairman earlier than expected. He also owned and managed Henderson’s World of Nutrition from 1983 until 1987 and Fitness Plus from 1985 until 1987 during this time period. Both of these businesses were located in Henderson. These two establishments could be found in the city of Henderson.
When it came to issues pertaining to one’s physical health and fitness, John was an exceptionally knowledgeable man. He was well-versed in a variety of nutritional supplements, including vitamins and minerals, herbal medicines, and other natural cures. He was considered an authority on these topics. John put a significant amount of time and effort into improving his own and others’ physical fitness, as well as his own.
He was able to successfully train a number of individuals who desired to improve their physical condition, including three individuals who went on to win bodybuilding competitions as a result of their training with him. John had an interest in health and nutrition, but his other passion was fishing, and he looked forward to going on fishing vacations in Canada whenever he could. Although John was interested in health and nutrition, his other passion was fishing. He had the feeling that he was in the happiest spot in the world whenever he was fishing with his pole in the water. John also had a strong desire to travel to uncharted territories.