Richard Marshall "Dickie" Kendrick III
1947 - 2020
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Richard Marshall Kendrick III, "Dickie", passed away July 27, 2020 in San Antonio, Texas. He was born September 24, 1947 in Brownfield, Texas to Glory Gaines Kendrick and Richard M. Kendrick Jr, both deceased. He is survived by numerous family members.

Dickie and family moved to Bandera in 1953 where he attended St. Stanislaus School through the sixth grade. He then moved to San Antonio completing junior high at Texas Military Institute and graduating from MacArthur High School in 1965. Dickie was a 1972 Southwest Texas University graduate, a Son of the Republic of Texas, a Son of the Texas Confederacy and a Lifetime Texas Oilman.

He lived having fun, gaining knowledge and loving his family and friends. A wonderful, one of a kind man who leaves most excellent and beautiful memories to those who knew him.

There will be a private interment followed by a 2021 Springtime gathering.

Memorials may be given to Seguin Texas Animal Rescue Fund. ARF website: http://arf-texas.org.

Arrangements by Grimes Funeral Chapels, Bandera, Texas.




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Published in Express-News on Aug. 9, 2020.
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August 14, 2020
Dear Dickie, you were the first person to see me when I was born and an Uncle to me from the start. You were always around and having so much fun. Too much fun I dare say ;) You truly were one of kind marching to your own beat! My memories of you are filled with Gorillas in Parades, Downtown Christmas Eve's and National Street Rod events to name just a few! You have been a part of my entire life! Thank you for my lovely nickname that you and dad enjoyed giving me. Little Emo will always live on and I will always be able to hear your voice saying my name! You were our family and we loved you! I can only hope Heaven has a Hot Rod Alley for you to smoke your tires on! All my love, Little Emo (Kimberly Anderson Marrin)
Kimberly Marrin
Family
August 12, 2020
Dickie, what a ride we have had these last 30 years. Never dreamt I would have such a brilliant, loyal, loving partner-in-crime. The many memories I have will help take away the tears, but you will forever be missed. Good bye my friend. I love you.
Betsy Naugle
Served In Military Together
August 10, 2020
Knew Dickie in high school, he dated my sister. Remember his black GTO , great guy.
Dickey Craven
Friend
August 10, 2020
I am so sorry to hear about Dickie’s passing. My prayers are with his friends and family.
Barbara Kidd Sano
McKinney, Texas
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