Sonja Henry

February 17, 1980 - August 23, 2020
Sonja Henry


Sonja Virginia Henry passed away at her home on Sunday, August 23, 2020, peacefully in her sleep.

She was born in Franklin, New Hampshire to Tammy Theusch-Beasley and Ronald Marcoux.

Sonja was raised by her loving grandparents, Donald W. Theusch Sr. and Carol V. Theusch, Wilmington, NC who proceeded her in death.

Sonja is survived by her husband Kelly Bryan Henry and son Elliott Connor Henry who reside in Leland, North Carolina . Sonja and Kelly were married for 22 wonderful and beautiful years.

Sonja left behind six siblings. Garrett Theusch, Wilmington, NC, Mac Beasley, Wilmington NC, Tyler Marcoux, Tilton NH, Hunter Marcoux, Tilton, NH, Jessi Burbank, Wilmington, NC, Cara Juarez, Toledo, Ohio.

Sonja was a graduate of New Hanover High School. She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology at The University of North Carolina in Wilmington and Master Degree in Social Work from East Carolina University.

Sonja was a beautiful soul inside and out. She was so thoughtful and caring to everyone around her. Her smile could light up a room and bring joy to everyone around her. She loved her job with Community Care of the Lower Cape Fear, knowing that she was helping people in need. Most of all, she loved her family. She was a loving mother and wife. Her son and husband was everything to her and they loved and adored her so much.

A celebration and tribute to Sonja will be held at a later date.


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  • September 02, 2020
    Alan Brock says:
    My sincere condolences

  • September 05, 2020
    Jackie Watson lit a candle:
    Lit since September 5, 2020 at 9:46:35 PM

  • September 07, 2020
    Carie Craze says:
    The last time I saw Sonja she was looking for cat food for our homeless work cat. We didn't have any so she searched the office until she found a can of tuna and fed the cat with that. That was the type of person Sonja was, so amazingly caring that she would go out of her way to make sure a homeless cat wouldn't go hungry. I will miss you my friend and if you're listening, I will feed our cat.