August 3, 1929 – February 25, 2018
Jimmie C. Kendrick, 88, of Amarillo passed away Sunday, February 25, 2018.
The family will receive friends Wednesday, February 28, 2018 from 6 to 8 pm in The Griggs Schooler Gordon Pioneer Chapel, 5400 S. Bell in Amarillo. Services will be Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 2 pm at First Family Church, 6101 S. Bell in Amarillo, with Pastor Billy Nickell presiding.
Jimmie was born on August 03, 1928 in Atkins, Arkansas to John and Katinka Kendrick. He enlisted in the United States Army where he spent 1946-1948 touring Germany. He loved his family. They were his everything. He had a grand laugh that echoed throughout the room. He was married to his wonderful wife Helen for 68 years. His many hobbies included Phase 10 with the family, travel and camping. He was a fifteen year member of the First Assembly of God in Amarillo.
Jimmie was preceded in death by his parents John and Katinka, son Keith Kendrick, and his brothers and sisters. He is survived by his bride of nearly 7 decades Helen, sister Velta Mayfield and husband Orville, sons David Kendrick and wife Delesa, Danny Kendrick and wife Sandra; grandchildren Kristina Brown and husband Aaron, Nonda Kendrick and spouse Kenny Grantham, Nathan Churchill, Keri Moore and husband Kenneth, Sheri Cathey and husband Kris, and Adrianne McAlister and husband Nick; and numerous great grandchildren.
- Visitation Wednesday, February 28, 2018
- Funeral Service Thursday, March 1, 2018
- Interment Thursday, March 1, 2018
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February 28, 2018
I am so sorry for your loss. Jim was a very special man. He could make you smile and laugh even if you didn't feel like it. I remember all those times of playing skipbo and phase 10, he loved that and it was so much fun.
Shelby & Ginger Vitatoe
February 28, 2018
We are so sorry for you loss and our thoughts are with you.
We were blessed to have met Jimmie and enjoyed our conversations with him. Although we did not know him long, we looked forward to seeing him. We chuckled when we recall him driving his new motorized chair along the sidewalk, especially when he was giving the kids a ride!
We will always have fond memories of him and truly thank him for making us feel welcome .
Ginger and Shelby Vitatoe
Your neighbors at 1713 S. Monroe
February 27, 2018
My condolences to you & your family Helen .My thoughts & prayers are with you all .Love ,