May 16, 2020Ag World Support Systems founder Warren Henninger in coma following fall
Ag World Support Systems founder Warren Henninger is in a coma following a fall at his Moses Lake, Washington home on Friday, May 15.
His daughter, Melanie Finch, who is an executive with the company, emailed the following statement Saturday morning.
“My dad (Warren) had an accident at his house yesterday — he fell outside somehow and hit his head badly. CT scan at the Moses Lake hospital showed blood on the brain. He was airlifted to Spokane. In transit, he went into a coma and had to be intubated. CT scan in Spokane showed 3x the blood on the brain. Emergency surgery followed yesterday afternoon to remove the blood. Dad is currently in ICU on a ventilator non responsive in a coma. Praying for a miracle. Please pray that God’s heals my dad. I know he is grateful for each of you.”
Henninger also is the founder of the Ag World Golf Classic, which serves as a charitable fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House Charities. In six years, the golf event has donated more than $425,000 to the Ronald McDonald House, including a record $101,680 in 2019.
The Ag World Golf Classic is set to expand this year with two events — one in Moses Lake and another in Kennewick. The outings were to take place in June originally, but were recently rescheduled for Aug. 11 and 13 in lieu of the COVID-19 pandemic.
More information can be found at AgWorldGolf.com.
In January 2016, Henninger participated in a Q&A with Spudman.