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Obituary: Hendren, Con

Age 64

HENDREN, Con 1950 - 2014 Con Hendren passed away November 21, 2014 surrounded by the love of his family following his courageous battle with cancer.

Con was born June 15, 1950, in Gallup, New Mexico to Jean and Harold Hendren.

His family moved to Spokane, WA early in his life where he grew up with his three brothers.

He received his Business Degree and began his career in manufacturing in 1972.

He always had an admirable, disciplined work ethic that was valued by his employers throughout the years.

Con was also a proud member of the US Army Reserve.

Con leaves his beloved wife, Joan, married for 43 years; and his treasured children, Todd (Rhonda) Hendren, and Traci (Geoff) Bottoms to carry his light forward.

Con is also survived by his three brothers, Kyle, Mark, and Kim; and his four grandchildren, Christine, Hayden, Chase, and Elijah who brought him such joy.

Con also had a passion for golf that he shared with many friends at Berry Creek CC and throughout the country.

He loved to have fun and was always the consummate gentleman everywhere he went.

The family would like to express our sincere gratitude to Crossroad Systems for their understanding and love through his three year battle with cancer.

They never wavered in their support.

We also give special thanks to Dr. Kocs and his staff at Texas Oncology for their outstanding care.

Con always considered them a true blessing.

In lieu of flowers, memorials or remembrances may be sent to Texas Humane Heroes, 10930 E. Crystal Falls Pkwy, Leander, Texas honoring Con’s love for animals.

A Memorial Service will be held on November 29, 2014, at 2:00 PM, at Beck Funeral Home, 15709 Ranch Road 620 in Round Rock/Austin, TX.

512-244-3772.

See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/statesman/obituary.aspx?n=con-hendren&pid=173286577&fhid=10570#sthash.GrboVtYP.dpuf

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