Cecil Edward Hendrickson
April 27, 1943  -  April 23, 2018

Cecil Edward Hendrickson

I served in the Army.

OZARK…. Mr. Cecil Edward Hendrickson, (MSG, U.S. Army, Retired), a resident of Ozark, died early Monday morning, April 23, 2018 at his home. He was 74.

Mr. Hendrickson, son of the late Cecil Elmer Hendrickson and Ruby Lee Cox Hendrickson, was a native of Kentucky and moved to Ozark in 1986. He was retired from the United States Army after thirty years of service with the rank of Master Sergeant. In later years, he co-owned and operated Southern Aero In Ozark with his brother-in-law, Bill Williams. Mr. Hendrickson also worked as IT Director for casinos. He enjoyed traveling and spending time with his family. Mr. Hendrickson was preceded in death by a son, James Hendrickson and a brother, George Frank Hendrickson.

Surviving relatives include his grandson, Ed Hendrickson (Hillaree), Ozark; great-granddaughter, Aubree Hendrickson; a daughter, Marian Hendrickson; two sons, Peter and Thomas Hendrickson, all of Ozark; three sisters, Rebecca Williams, Dothan, Vontella Quansah, New Mexico and Lucie Webb, Washington; five brothers, Hobert Hendrickson (Linda), Tennessee; Gene Hendrickson (Wilma), Kentucky; Thomas Hendrickson (Cathy), Mississippi; Stephen Hendrickson (Helen), Kentucky; and Daniel Hendrickson (Jennifer), Ozark.


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  1. susan tarter
    troy, AL

    Edd was also preceded in death by wife of 18"years. Janette Tarter Hendrickson on June 21, 2010 leaving two stepchildren, Susan Tarter and grandsons Tristan and Joseph Rice .
    Jason Tarter and granddaughter Madison Tarter

  2. Jeff Michie
    Northfield, OH

    I worked with Edd for a few years here at Hard Rock Rocksino. He was a great teacher and did a fantastic job getting this place open as IT Director. He mentored many people There is a lot of Edd here and in our systems and I wont forget him. Rest In Peace buddy!

  3. Jessica (Herbst) Hadley
    Atmore, AL

    Edd was my first boss and forever my most favorite. He become like a second dad as my family was 1200 miles away. He was such a wonderful man and great person to work for. If it wasn't for Edd I would not have the career I do today. He gave me a chance and never doubted me. I am so sorry for your loss and wish you much strength and comfort in the days ahead.

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