“I was shocked to hear about the passing of such a great man. I moved into one of his well and soundly built homes of which I have resided for about 16 years. He was always there, through thick and thin. If I had a problem, sometimes I would not tell him because I knew that he would be out in the cold, trying to fix the problem. When he realized I had been dealing with the issue for a while he would say, "why didn't you tell me?" I didn't have the heart to let him know why.... He...
“Great memories with my Uncle Seth.
What a wonderful long life and wisdom he had.
“What Joy there is in Heaven today! Mr. Hendrix is so much a part of my home and heart and I am celebrating a Life WELL-lived, leaving me with so many sweet memories!
You ALL are so much in my thoughts today.
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Seth Hendrix, 100, of Greensboro, died Thursday, November 9, 2012 at his home.A graveside service will be held Sunday, 3:00 p.m., at Forest Lawn Cemetery by Rev. Nathan Kline and Rev. Buck Cochran.Seth was born June 20, 1912 in Greensboro, the son of Thomas Jefferson Hendrix (who was a Quaker...Read More