Bobby Wayne Hendrix

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Bobby Wayne Hendrix of Weaver, AL went to see his Heavenly Father and reunite with his beautiful wife Janie, Sunday, January 28, 2018. He born in Dothan on August 10, 1943. Bobby is preceded in death my his father, Luther Rex Hendrix, mother Maggie Merlene Brown, and his wonderful wife Janie Yeager Hendrix. He is survived by his daughter Paigh Hendrix Robinson, son Karl Rex "Bubba" Hendrix, son in law Scott Robinson, daughter in law Carrie Watson Hendrix, adopted son Slava Sayenko and his wife Alena. 7 Grandchildren: Ashley and Logan Robinson, Taylor, Tristan, Tucker and Tanner Hendrix and Angelina Sayenko. Also a brother Billy Hendrix, and 2 sisters, Wanda Kuhl and Cathy Hendrix. Bobby attended Sidney Lanier High School in Montgomery, graduating class of 1962 and later attended Jacksonville State University where he met his beautiful bride Janie to whom he was married to for 52 years. During his 74 years of life, he was a member of the Hiram Lodge #42, Anniston, AL. He was a member at First Baptist Church Weaver, where he was a deacon for over 40 years. He taught a men's sunday school class for over 15 years and went on many mission trips. On one trip to the Ukranine, he and Janie decided to bring a young 16 year old boy home to raise. Slava and his family still live in the US. Bobby also served on the Weaver City council for many years and was later elected Mayor of Weaver. Bobby loved to tell stories and could weave a tale in vivid detail. Building things with wood and fishing were his favorite pastimes. But most of all, he loved sharing Jesus with others and wanted to know where each person he talked with would spend eternity. In 2014, he moved to Trussville to live with his daughter Paigh and started attending Church of the Highlands. One of his greatest accomplishments was reading the bible cover to cover, just finishing it for the 5th time Dec. 28, 2017. Visitation for Bobby Wayne Hendrix will be at FBC Weaver, Thursday, Feb. 1st from 3:00-5:30pm with service starting at 6:00 pm. Graveside will be Friday Feb 2nd at 11:00 at Greenwood Cemetery in Montgomery.
Published in The Anniston Star on Jan. 30, 2018
Arrangements under the direction of:
Gray Brown-Service Mortuary
1329 Wilmer Ave | Anniston, AL 362014651 | (256) 236-3441
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