Jeffrey Lynn Hendrix
July 10, 1958 – December 17, 2018
Jeffrey Lynn Hendrix- Born July 10, 1958 passed away December 17, 2018. At the age of 60. After suffering a massive stroke this past April, and battling pneumonia the last month, Jeffrey went to be with the lord. Jeffrey is survived by his 3 children, Heidi Hendrix of Oregon, James Hendrix of Oregon, and Danford Hendrix of Atascadero. His Grandson Carson Meador. His parents Rex and Betty Hendrix of Santa Margarita. His brother and sister-in-law Brent and Cathy Hendrix. A sister and brother-in-law Jamie and Thom Jespersen. He touched so many lives with his amazing personality, he was a kind, loving, and a very caring person and would love to joke with the best of them. He graduated from Atascadero High School ‘1976’. He had many degrees… At the young age of 18 he got his real estate license and worked in his Fathers real estate office for many years. Bar tending and artificial inseminating in cattle. He loved growing up on a ranch in Atascadero, and then moved to Spanish Oak Ranch in Santa Margarita where he resided for many years. Of the many accomplishments in Jeff’s life, he sacrificed much of his life for his children; raising them mostly alone. He lived a spiritual life and had a deep faith in God. He was very close to his Father and Mother and his untimely death is a loss hard to accept. He had many friends and family members, and all are welcome and invited to come and celebrate his life together. We will be having his service at Chapel of the Roses December 29th @ 11:00 am, following burial at Pine Mountain Cemetery. Celebration of Life for Jeff will immediately follow at Spanish Oak Ranch 19990 Highway 101, Santa Margarita, CA.
Saturday, December 29, 2018
Officiant, Interment, Reception
Jeffrey Lynn Hendrix
February 3, 2019
Jeff & i talked everyday we had more fun than anyone could have immagined along with his son danford we had a 3 way conversation every day ! We talked about everything & everybody ! Truth is what we talked! Jeff was a very caring man & a good friend always there to listen & discuss any & all conversations.Boy did we ever laugh & tease each other.There's a big loss in my life with jeff gone.I still have my daily conversation with jeff"s son danford & our fellowship continues. Jeff was a good father and really cared about his kids & always tried to do the right thing.Jeff and i were like family spending alot of time with his mother & father it was such a great feeling of family.Jeff really had a great sense of humor it was alot like his great uncle abe ( the burger ) keffury. Jeff i miss you our fellowship & our sense of family ! With love eric frederick, my feelings our with rex & betty & jaimee &the rest of the family & kids.
December 26, 2018
The first time I met Jeff he had a little motorbikes and I asked to ride.....he was surprised I knew how. Another memory. Was Betty & Rex 25th anniversary party at Ranchi Del Bordo Jeff was bbqing and proud if it and doing a fab job. Blessing to you all