Loutzenhiser-Jordan Online Guestbook for Agnes E. Hendricks
I miss you grandma =(
Condolences to the family for your sad loss.
James and Shirley Boyle
I just wanted you to know how proud I am of you. You stepped up and gave your grandmother a quality of life that most elderly people could only dream of. You gave her company, took her places, brought her home for the holidays, got the birds, the cat, the planter, the bench, and the list goes on and on! Those old ladies at the appartments were always amazed at what you were doing for her and I am sure they were jealous, and I think that is why they were so protective of her. There were those that went the extra mile with you. First Betty, I don't know how many times she took her to church but I am sure it was hundreds of times and when she could not take her you were always there to take her. Then Peggy, what a God sent she has been I could see such a difference in you when you realized how much help she was going to be and still is! She took some weight off your sholders and gave you some piece of mind.
I guess that all I am trying to say is - you go girl! Look back on these past few years with pride and remember the times that you had with her. I know for a fact that she is looking down on you with a smile and will always be watching over you.
I love you
Kathleen & Karl,
May the kindness your mum showered on our family, be of assistance to your family in the form of gentle and hasten grief. May peace and God's blessing be with you and your's!
Teresa M. Ibbs
Agnes was my sister,she had a wonderful sence of humour.we had lots of good times tohether in the u.s.a and here in england.She was a good living person ,all our family loved her and she tloved them i shall miss her very much.mary&family.
She is my grandma. I miss n love her very much even though I wasn't able to see her as much as I wish I would have. She made me laugh all the time whenever I was with her. I know she will be watching over us. Love you gram <3
I grew up knowing Mrs. Hendricks and her wonderful talent for knitting and sewing. My mom (Mary Ibbs) and her were good friends, as they were both from "Jolly Ol' England". My sympathy to the family. She was a wonderful women. She is probably in heaven right now having tea and crumpets with my mom.
Mary Ibbs Studholme