David M. Hendrix

Born: Fri., Jan. 12, 1968
Died: Sat., Mar. 31, 2018


Visitation

1:00 PM to 2:00 PM, Thu., Apr. 12, 2018
Location: Grace United Methodist


Memorial Service

2:00 PM Thu., Apr. 12, 2018
Location: Grace United Methodist


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 David M. Hendrix, 50, of Crescent City, FL died unexpectedly Saturday, March 31st in Chattanooga, TN. He was born January 12, 1968 in Fairbury, IL to Nancy J. (Postle) and David F. Hendrix. David is preceded in death by his father David Hendrix; grandfather, John Postle; grandmother and grandfather, Cecil and Lucille Hendrix; and uncles, Alan Huff and Jeffrey Hendrix. David’s loving family includes his children Jack and Vivi Hendrix of Lake Como, Florida, mother, Nancy Hendrix of South Bend; sisters, Allison Hendrix and Meredith Isenberg (Tim) both of South Bend; nephew Rowen Isenberg of South Bend; and grandmother, Nina Postle of South Bend. Other survivors include numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.
David was a devoted and loving father to his two children Jack (9) and Vivi (15). He was a graduate of Mishawaka High School (85) and attended Illinois State University where he was a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity. He was an avid outdoorsman and fished at every opportunity. He shared his love of fishing with his children. He loved reading, technology, animals and restoring his 1964 GMC pickup truck with Vivi and Jack. Dave was funny, kind hearted and not often at a loss for words. Dave lived most of his adult life in Georgia and recently Florida. He worked as a Territory Manager at NA Williams Co, Inc / NAPA for the past 8 years and was an asset to the company. Our family loved David with all our hearts and will miss him every day, but we take great comfort in knowing he is now at peace with loved ones.
Memorial services will be held at 2:00 pm Thursday, April 12 at Grace United Methodist Church, 3012 Twyckenham Dr., South Bend, IN, 46614. Friends may visit with the family on Thursday from 1:00-2:00 pm in the church. The family requests that memorial contributions be made to American Heart Association or the American Diabetes association.
Welsheimer Family Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. Family and friends may leave email condolences at www.welsheimer.com.

Charitable donations may be made in David's memory to the following organizations:

American Diabetes Association
30 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 2015, Chicago, IL, 60602

American Heart Association
3816 Paysphere Circle, Chicago, IL, 60674

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Larry & Judy Yenkole
   Posted Sun April 08, 2018
Dear Nancy, Meredith, Ally , Vivi and Jack,
We send our heartfelt sympathy to you as you begin your lives without
David. He was a treasured son, a much loved brother and an adored Dad.
What an accomplishment for one man. Peace be with you as you celebrate his wonderful life. We send our love and prayers for each of you.
Larry & Judy Yenkole

Jerry Register
   Posted Mon April 09, 2018
My Condolences to the Hendrix Family.
Dave is a true gentleman and will be missed.
My heartfelt wishes to Family and Friends of Dave.
With Great Respect,
Jerry Register

Dixie and Daniel Dahms and family
   Posted Tue April 10, 2018
To Nancy and the family, our family is so sorry for your loss. David was a fine young man that we remember well. Please accept our heart felt condolences, and know we have you in our thoughts and prayers. You know you have our love.

Susan and Pat Warner
   Posted Wed April 11, 2018
Dear Nancy and girls,

We are so sad to learn of the passing of David. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Much Love,
Susan and Pat

Ryon
   Posted Thu April 12, 2018
Hey Dave,
Remember that day after summer school health class when you invited me over to hang out? The days when it was cool to wear shoes with no socks. I took off my McGregor high tops off and stunk up your bedroom. You sprayed my feet with Lysol, dumped baby powder in my shoes, and threw them outside! Thank you for befriending a skinny geek that summer of '83. Such a sincere person with true character, you will be missed buddy.
RS