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Michael Anthony Hendrix, 60

Michael Anthony Hendrix passed away at home in Adams, Massachusetts on June 9th, 2022. 

He was the son of William K. Hendrix of NC and Roberta I. Longley of VA and brother to Robert Hendrix of NC, Theresa Akkola of AZ, and half brother to Kimberly Poploski of VT and Kayle Miller of VA. He was married to Laurie  J.C. Bishop on June 20th, 1987 at the North Adams Natural Bridge State Park in North Adams, Massachusetts.

He leaves a son, Joshua G., of  Adams, and a step son, Jamin Robinson of NY and a step daughter Jessica Law of UT. He has two step grandchildren, Walter and Frances Law of Utah. There are many nieces and nephews.

He entered this world as a Camp LeJeune military Babe, and lived as a loving husband and father. June 20th would have been his 35th wedding anniversary and Laurie and Michael were sealed eternally in the Boston Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on March 23rd 2003, with Joshua being sealed to them. Michael was active in the church as a Branch Clerk, Executive Secretary, and a member of the Branch Presidency, Elder’s Quorum Presidency and in Young Men’s. He assisted as a Merit Badge Counselor at Boy Scout camps.

He worked throughout his life starting at a bowling alley, then as a movie theater projectionist and manager. He was a computer production assistant in the Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute and a computer tech for many other companies within the Albany Schenectady area. His recent work was a Senior Computer Tech at Westinghouse Electric. He was known for his technical talents and his quiet giving to others in need.

He loved to travel, especially through tunnels and on bridges, build trains and Lego cranes. He enjoyed Saturday morning cartoons with Jamin and Jessica and video games with Joshua. He loved computer programming when it was just a bulletin board. He wrote accounting programs for work and competition software for gymnastics and figure skating events in the Northeast.

He returns to see and live with his beautiful daughter, Jiana Sarah Marie, who passed to go home early and was never held, and his nephew Robert Hendrix Jr. He was a good friend to many and an eternal companion. À Bientôt!

A remembrance service will be held on Monday June 13th, 2022 at 4:30pm at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Bennington Branch, 420 Houghton Lane, Bennington, Vermont. The burial will be private.
Memorial donations in honor of Michael may be made to Greylock Credit Union for Joshua Hendrix’s education in the field of Computer Metalworking and Carpentry, through the office of the Mahar and Son Funeral Home 628 Main St. Bennington, VT 05201.


Obituary Posted By: Marhar Funeral Home

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Laurie, Josh, and family, We are so sad to hear of Mike’s passing. We only knew your family through geocaching and always enjoyed seeing all of you at events. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.
from: Kathy & Garyon: 06-15-2022

The years have surely gone by. Laurie, you were blessed to have Michael on your team. Had you not come to work for me at Adventureland , I don't know if your paths would have crossed. What I do know is that you were very deserving to have Mike as your partner and husband., as he with you. And I couldn't have asked for someone better to work with, and I'm sure we all made some very happy memories at the plaza., that we can still talk about. I'm sorry that you're so sad, at the same time, I know your stremgth strength. May you find comforting thoughts of Mike to help you through. 🙏 Love ❤ Darlene
from: Darlene Mancinion: 06-14-2022

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