Louis D. Inabnitt Jr. “Denny,” 67, went home to be with the Lord on Friday, June 17, 2016, at his residence in Jarrell, Texas.
He was born May 12, 1949, in Indianapolis, to Louis D. Inabnitt and Mary Ann Neville Inabnitt. He married Jennefer May Leina’ala Wofford in 1971, who preceded him in death in 1992.
Their children surviving are Nichole Tomas (Rich) of Makaha, Hawaii, Kristin Kanani Naeole (John) of Chandler, Arizona, James Denton Inabnitt (Melanie) of Las Vegas, Nevada, Dina Ka’ainamakaniokalani Inabnitt of Kaneohe, Hawaii, Korin Keona’ona Woods of Las Vegas, Nevada, and Maryedith Laulani Motas (Roman) of Ewa Beach, Hawaii; 13 grandchildren; nine stepgrandchildren; and two stepgreat-grandchildren.
He married Guadalupe Beatriz Casas Varquez in 2008, and she preceded him in death in 2014.
Surviving sisters are Mary Louise Davis (Fred), Asheboro, North Carolina, Diana Kay “Abby” Hauck of Grand Prairie, Texas, and Carolyn Sue Halligan, Indianapolis.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Philip Neville Inabnitt; and two brothers-in-law, Albert Halligan and Steven Hauck.
He is also survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins.
He was owner and operator of Louis D. Inabnitt Jr. Trucking until retirement last August. He previously worked for Rockwell Industries in California as a CNC machinist/programmer. He was also owner/operator of Proclean Carpet Cleaning in Dallas, Texas.
Other places of employment were Esterline Angus in Speedway and Endress and Hauser in Greenwood.
He attended Greenwood Christian Church in Greenwood and Faith Baptist Church in Round Rock, Texas.
He served two tours of duty as a fireman in Vietnam with the U.S. Air Force after graduating from Whiteland High School, class of 1967.
His favorite pastime was serving the Lord and reading and studying the Bible and the opportunities he had to be with his children and grandchildren.
A memorial celebration of life service and luncheon will be from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Carefree Club House, 1202 Leisure Lane, Greenwood, followed by a military and graveside service at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, 734 Morgantown Road, Greenwood, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Shan Rutherford of Greenwood Christian Church officiating.