John Timothy (Tim) Hendricks Obituary

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John Timothy (Tim) Hendricks, 72, passed away April 12, 2019. He was born September 7, 1946 in Fort Smith, Arkansas to the late John Paul and Gwendolyn Randall Hendricks.


Tim was a graduate of Immaculate Conception School, Saint Anne's Academy and Oklahoma Military Academy. In 1967 he joined Hendricks Sales Co. Inc. there was where he began his career as a Lumber Broker along with his dad. He was a board member of Boy Scouts of America. He was a member of Ducks Unlimited, the Hardwood Institute, and the National Hardwood Association.


Tim was a long time member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Fort Smith. Tim later moved to Tulsa and then to Poteau, Oklahoma.


Tim's first love was his children, Debi and John, his grandchildren, great grandchildren as well as his siblings and extended family. He was always happy spending time on the water at Lake Tenkiller. In the fall his free time was spent bird hunting. Tim had an unending capacity for love and friendships.


Tim is survived by his daughter; Debi and her husband Jimmy Hamlet, grandsons Josh and his wife Rheachel, Slater, Paden, Darla and great granddaughters Madelyn and Anslee, his son John and his wife Alison S. Hendricks, grandchildren Will, Sam, Henley, Ella, Shep, Silas, and Nehemiah, sisters Gwen Johnson (Michael), Mary Lynn Lawler, Betsy Walters, Sally Marovich (Ron), 12 nieces and nephews.


He was preceded in death by Jon Randall Hendricks, Robert Hendricks Johnson, and Istra J. Hendricks.


Funeral Mass will be announced at a later date. Cremains will be distributed at a later date.


Honorary pallbearers are Mike Udouj, Ron D. Wright, Don Schnieder, and Harold Yandell.


Arrangements made by Mallory Martin Funeral Home, Spiro, Oklahoma.


To sign Mr. Hendricks' online guest book, please visit



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