Frank Thomas Henrehan
Aug. 10,1953-Feb. 4,2021
Frank Thomas Henrehan, Jr., age 67 passed away peacefully at home with his wife beside him on February 4, 2021, from sudden health complications.
He was the sole owner-operator of Budget Yard care for the past 20 plus years and took loving pride and care for his customer's properties.
" The Lord took the man and put in the Garden of Eden to work it and keep it"
Frank was born in Oakland, Ca. on August 10, 1953, into a career Naval family that transferred to southern California and spent most of his teen years in Garden Grove Ca. just miles from Huntington Beach. As Frank became a free spirit, he
assisted his grandmother in Oregon, then his grandfather on his pig farm in Kansas before exploring different areas of the
The United States. He spoke mostly about living in the French Quarters of New Orleans for two years in a tiny courtyard studio, on Royal Street until his family needed him back home.
During the 80's he joined the family towing company in Palmdale, Ca. driving tow trucks and maintaining essential company needs. He moved to Arizona in the mid-'90s and then relocated to Casa Grande a few years later where he started Budget Yardcare. He was a constant figure throughout the Casa Grande community and enjoyed walking Boyce Thompson in Superior;
Saturday escapes to a casino; trips to the white mountains and Huntington Beach, Ca.
His faith kept him strong and his quiet generosity kept him humble. He donated to organizations in need and fed families
standing on the corner. His devoted love for his family was his biggest achievement.
Frank is survived by his beloved wife Danice, his sisters; Theresa Levin (Arnold) of San Capistrano, Ca. Kathleen Henrehan of Casa Grande, Az. and Mother-in-Law; Dorothy Lewis of Casa Grande, Az. along with several nieces and nephews.
"You will be enriched in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion and through us, your generosity will result
in thanksgiving to God". 2 Corinthians 9;11
Thank you, my sweetie, for your love, laughter, and keeping me safe. You will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace.
Preceded in death by his parents and grandparents.
No services due to Covid.