Michael “Reno” Hennesy

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Michael “Reno” Hennesy, 51, Pulaski, formerly of Lansdale, Pennsylvania, died Sunday, August 6, 2017. The son of Joseph and Rosemary was born January 1, 1966, in Pottstown, PA, and was a graduate of Owen J. Roberts High School in Pottstown. He worked for Pecora Corporation for many years. Reno later worked for Skee-ball for eight years and had most recently been employed at BayTek Games in Pulaski. He enjoyed the time spent with his coworkers over the years.
Reno was a devoted father and did everything together with his son and pride and joy, Michael. He was a member of the Cannoneers Sportsman Club in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, where he coached both flag and tackle football. Reno loved sports, and was a fan of all the New York teams, especially the Yankees, Jets, and Islanders. He also enjoyed working on cars and motorcycles; if Reno wasn’t greasy, he wasn’t happy. He always had to stay busy tinkering with or fixing something. Reno cared about everyone and had a big heart.
Survivors include one son, Michael Hennesy, at home; one daughter, Becca Eder, Lansdale, PA; two brothers: Craig (Christine) Hennesy, Spring City, PA, and Jeff (Lisa) Hennesy, Paducah, KY; one grandson, Braedyn; one niece and one nephew: Mickey Hennesy and Aibhlinn Hennesy; his longterm companion, Mary Rourke, Pulaski; many other relatives and friends.
Michael was preceded in death by his parents.
Private family services will be held at a later date. Contributions may be made to Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary in Michael’s name.