Betty Hendrickson (1936 - 2014)

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Hendrickson, Betty Lou

Betty Lou Hendrickson, age 78, of Auburndale, passed away Tuesday, July 15, 2014 at Golden Living Center - Three Oaks Nursing Home in Marshfield. A private family service will be held at a later date. The Hansen-Schilling Funeral Home of Marshfield is assisting the family with arrangements.

Betty was born June 10, 1936 to Arthur and Florence (St. John) Wicke in Westboro. She received her education in Westboro. Betty and Harold Hendrickson were joined in marriage on November 14, 1953 in Wisconsin Rapids. She was a homemaker and had worked various jobs, last being at Pick'n'Save in the deli until retirement.

Betty enjoyed reading, gardening, birds, and butterflies. She enjoyed her animals especially her cats.

Betty is lovingly survived by her children: Randy Hendrickson of Marshfield, Sandra Smazal (Dennis Clark) of Arpin, Alan (Kathy) Hendrickson of Marshfield; her eight grandchildren: Brian (Jenny) Hendrickson, Jordan Hendrickson, Jason Smazal (Jenny Nowak), Amanda (Steve) Blaskowski, Jennie Majkazak, David Hendrickson, April (Justin) Wiezba, and Tina (David) Pue; her twelve great grandchildren: Hoyt, Faith, Gage, Samantha, Aiden, Riley, Dylan, Makayla, Patience, Parker, Trinity, and Alan. She is further survived by her sisters: Alice Lomastch, Rose Noller, and Christine Best.

Betty is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, Harold, her brothers: infant brother Arthur Wicke Jr., Joe Wicke, and Norman Wicke; and her sisters: Leona Kostick and Ida Heldstab.

Online condolences may be made at hansenschillingfuneralhome.com for your convenience.

Betty's family would like to thank all of the blood donors and all of the staff of Three Oaks Nursing Home and Aseracare Hospice for keeping her comfortable in her final days.

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Published in the Marshfield News Herald on July 17, 2014
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