Condolence & Memory Journal

I am so sorry to learn of Margaret's passing in May. The Hendrick and Frymire children so enjoyed visiting each other while growing up--the stories they tell sounded like such fun. Dave and Margaret are dear to each of us. They were like Mom and Dad to not only their children, but to the Hendrick children also. Blessings on your whole family.

Posted by Jane Hendrick - Blacksburg, VA   December 15, 2015

With deepest sympathy. Ken and Marsha Marosz Granger, Indiana

Posted by Marsha Marosz - Granger, IN   May 12, 2015

Patti, David, Adam and Amanda, and family, We are so sorry for your loss. Pat and Judy Sydor

Posted by Pat and Judy Sydor - Canoa, Ecuador - Friend   May 11, 2015

Dear David and family, I was so sorry to hear about your loss. And we know, to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Take comfort that Margaret is in good hands. Nancy Cobb (ret. Eli Lilly)

Posted by Nancy - Indianapolis, IN - Friend   May 11, 2015

Toni and I are so sorry to hear of the passing your Mother Kay. May the Holy Spirit bring Peace to your family!

Posted by Rob Morris - Westfield, IN   May 10, 2015

RIP from Japan.

Posted by Rod McCann - Martinsville, IN   May 10, 2015

Rod and I were so sorry to read about Margaret's passing. She fought the good fight with David at her side. Our prayers to David and the family as they mourn a wonderful, gracious lady.

Posted by Shardell Craig - Indianapolis, IN   May 10, 2015

KAREN AND FAMILY SO VERY SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR MOTHER. YOU HAVE OUR DEEPEST CONDOLENCES. LOVE YOU ALL.

Posted by PAULA MAY - HOPE, AR - FRIEND   May 10, 2015

Margaret will always be remembered by us as such a kind and refined lady. She was a rare jewel; a dedicated wife, mother, and grandmother who put others first. We know she will be greatly missed by all. Jim and Judy Smith

Posted by Jim Smith - Oracle, AZ - Business associate to David   May 09, 2015

Margaret was such a "lady" and so kind to my Mom. I'll always remember how she would pick up my Mom and off they would go to lunch and then wherever the car would take them. I often worried they would get lost, but they always made their way home. I'll bet they are having lunch now.

Posted by Terri Hampton Carter - Cicero, IN - friend   May 09, 2015

RIP from Japan

Posted by Rod McCann - Martinsville, IN   May 09, 2015