Clay Hendrix

Hendrix, Clay

RIP Brother, Wished we could have gotten our differences straightened out in this life. But, I guess we were both a little too stubborn. Racing and working on bikes brought us together, Many a ride, and many a mile. Thanks for the years working for you. I miss those times and the friendship and Comraderie that we shared. RIP Clay. Love ya man.
Our hearts go out to you and your family with the loss of your dear loved one. There are no words to take away sadness when you lose someone you love. In our time of deepest need the tenderness of God is a refuge like no other. He alone understands our sorrows and draws near in love to wipe away our tears
When my mother passed away we found the resurrection hope very comforting.
May the resurrection hope sustain you. A loved one lost can grieve the heart, and makes us yearn for tomorrow, when Jehovah will keep the promise he made of no pain, no death, no sorrow found at Revelation 21:4.
Thank you Clay for everything. Thank you for being a part of my family. Thank you for always wanting to learn from sweats to ceremonies. Thank you for always being there, I always considered you family, I would call you grandpa Clay. I didn’t know you made your way home but I will always cherish the memories we had with you. Your jokes, knowledge and stories. biixoo3e3en nebesiibehe'