George Earl Hendrickson
April 9, 1941 - January 11, 2014
Obituary
Bluefield, WV- George Earl Hendrickson, 72, of Bluefield, W.V. died Saturday, January 11, 2014. Born April 9, 1941, in Bluefield W.V. He was the son of the late Leslie (Red) Hendrickson and Virginia Hendrickson. George was a long term member of College Avenue Baptist Church and a graduate of Bluefield High School. He earned a B.A. degree in business from West Virginia Wesleyan in Buchanan W.V. He worked thirty years for the state of Virginia and became Deputy Chief Probation Parole Officer in Wytheville, V.A. He also worked for FEMA helping flood victims for W.V. and volunteered at Bland Missions in Bland County Virginia. Survivors include Barbara Hendrickson of the home, Scott Hendrickson of Danville V.A., Les and Amy Hendrickson of Fuquay-Varina, N.C. and two grandchildren, Stephen and Katherine. He also has a sister, Marguerite Crews of Roanoke, V.A. A graveside service will be conducted, Tuesday, January 14th, 11:00 am, at Monte Vista Park Cemetery. Chaplain Tommy Jones will officiate the service for family members and friends. Those wishing to attend are asked to meet at the cemetery. Those wishing to share memories or condolence messages with the family may do so by visiting www.MercerFuneralHome.com Mercer Funeral Home & Crematory is serving the family of Mr. George Earl Hendrickson.
Funeral Information

Services

Monte Vista Park Cemetery Tuesday January 14, 2014 at 11:00 a.m.

Interment

Monte Vista Park Cemetery Bluefield, West Virginia
Condolences

Ginny Crews

I feel so Sad to hear of Uncle Buzz's passing. He was a kind and giving spirit and will be missed.

William E - nephew of G.E. Hendrickson

I am the nephew of George Earl Hendrickson( aka Buzz) Sorry to hear about Buzz's passing, to reference the saying "Every cloud has a silver lining" the silver lining in this situation is Buzz is no longer suffering, also he is re-connecting with old souls from the past, Red and Virginia (his parents), Moi and Poi( his grandparents) Aunt Freddie and Uncle George and many others, that is going to be some reunion I am in mourning for Buzz and his family, but at the same time I have a sense of being relieved and hope, when I think about the "silver lining" pertaining to Buzz God speed Buz, you were a good man and a good soul - William E

Randy Williamson

When I was appointed as an officer in Danville, George was my training officer. We shared many good times over the years. I know you will miss him. Randy

Fabian & Fred

Dear Barbara, Les & Scottie, You are in our thoughts and prayers. How we will all miss our dear Buzzie - so many happy memories and lots of laughter! May God grant you supernatural comfort as we all grieve his death - but how we rejoice that we'll see him again and that he is whole in Jesus' loving arms! Much love!

Walt Pulliam Jr., Reired DOC

George served our Department of Corrections s and the Commonwealth of Virginia well. He had a great sense of humor and always had a joke.

Kim Holland

I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is in my prayers for strength and peace.

Debbie Semple

Amy, Just wanted to let you know that we've all been thinking about you and your family. May our thoughts and prayers help your family through this time of sorrow. Take comfort in knowing he is in a much better place. Safe travels on your way home. Sincerely, Debbie Semple, FVES

Margo C. Underwood

With a sad heart I say farewell to Uncle Buzz. I will remember his great humor and love of laughter with all of his young nieces and nephew and sons. Uncle Buzz was a honorable man who served his country and state. I am proud to call him my Uncle and know heaven will rejoice when receiving him into their mist. We will all miss you, Godspeed.

Ken Moss

I worked in the probation office in Martinsville, Va and got to know George and I considered him a great friend. Also worked with him when he related to the Wytheville office. A true professional who had a great sense of humor. I have fond memories of George. He will be missed.

Karen Hawkins

I worked with George for several years at the probation office. He made my time there much more enjoyable. He was such a great gentleman and I will miss him. My prayers to his family during this difficult time.


Leave Condolence
From
Email (optional)
Message