Jeanne Clara (Allen) Hendrix

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Graveside Service for Jeanne Clara (Allen) Hendrix, 68 of McCurtain, Oklahoma will be at 11:00am on Friday, January 28, 2022 at Milton Cemetery in Milton, Oklahoma. Burial will follow at Milton Cemetery in Milton, Oklahoma under the direction of Grace Funeral Service in Poteau, Oklahoma.

Jeanne was born on November 23, 1953 in Red Oak, Oklahoma to Josephine (Mitchell) Allen and Josh Allen and passed away on January 19, 2022 in Fort Smith, Arkansas. She was married to Steven E. Hendrix on June 3, 1995 in Bokoshe, Oklahoma. Jeanne was baptized at Bokoshe First Baptist Church on August 5, 2018. She enjoyed going to church and singing special songs with her husband Steve, sitting on the porch drinking coffee, and riding the tractor brush hogging with her dog Betsy. She was preceded in death by her parents, Josh and Josephine Allen, sister, Betty Boren; Children, Shawn Phillips, Kimberly Phillips and grandson, Wyatt Hendrix.

Survivors include her husband, Steven E. Hendrix of McCurtain, Oklahoma; siblings, Billy Allen, Maxine McCullar, Carolyn Mueller; children, Sarah and Heath Parks of Poteau, Oklahoma, Aaron and Katie Hendrix of San Antonio, Texas, Candice and John Kyllingstad of McCurtain, Oklahoma; grandchildren, Tyler and Jamie Davis of Collinsville, Oklahoma, Jessi Parks of Collinsville, Oklahoma, James Thompson, Cole Thompson, Patience Thompson of McCurtain, Oklahoma, Annabelle Hendrix of San Antonio, Texas, Ledger Kyllingstad of McCurtain, Oklahoma, numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and loved ones.

Active pallbearers will be Aaron Hendrix, James Thompson, John Kyllingstad, Cole Thompson, Greg Amos, and Tyler Davis.

Viewing will be Thursday, January 27, 2022 from 9:00am-7:00pm at the funeral home.

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