Darnell Henley was born to the union of Charles and Beulah (nee: Henley) Thompson on February 12, 1954 in Trebloc, Mississippi. He was a Racine resident for most of his life. Darnell was a 1972 graduate of St. Catherine’s High School, and later attended the University of Madison. Darnell retired from Twin Disc in 2006, where he had worked as a machinist and fork-truck driver for more than 33 years. He leaves to cherish his precious memories; his loving wife, Mary A. Campbell-Henley; 3 proud sons, Danyell Henley, Philip D. Henley and Godfrey (Tara) Campbell all of Racine; six dear grandchildren, Amiya, Issac, Julian, Godfrey Jr., JaLesa and Gerelle; his beloved grandmother, Rosie King of Racine; sister, Ruthy Windom of Chicago, Illinois; and brother, Bobby Grace of Flint, Michigan; brothers-in-law Eddie Campbell, David Campbell and Craig Campbell all of Racine; and sisters-in-law Bobbie (Fred) Hicks, of Racine, Joann Campbell of Wheeling, Illinois, and Pansy Campbell of Racine; and his very special uncle, John Patterson. He is further survived by many other family and friends, especially Mike Harden, Carl Robertson, Robert Townsend, Charles Boatner, Alex Jennings, Mark Johnson, Robert Chambers, James Barker, Odell Logan, Bruce Perry; and special great niece, Taleisha Souter. Darnell was preceded in death by his son, Dwayne Henley. Visitation will be held in the funeral home on Friday, February 19, 2010 from 5-7:30p.m. followed by a time to offer expressions and acknowledgements. Visitation will begin on Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m., with Darnell’s homegoing service beginning at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Howard Fleming officiating. A private burial will take place on Monday.