Steve Hendrickson -
Steve Hendrickson, age 60, of Greeneville, passed away suddenly Monday, November 13, 2012, at his home of heart arrhythmia.
He was a native of Moline, IL, a son of the late Clarence “Hank” and Jerry Viaene Hendrickson.
He was a graduate of Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, and a member of Phi Delta Theta Farternity.
He was employed by John Deere Power Products from 1972 to 2001. He began his career in Moline, IL, and later transferred to Greeneville, where he was Plant Manager. From 2003 until 2011, he was an investment broker for Edward Jones in Jonesborough. Since 2011, he was an investment broker with Andrew Johnson Bank in Jonesborough. He was a certified public accountant.
He was a Past President of Greene County Partnership and former chairman of the Greene County United Way.
Steve was President Elect of the Jonesborough Civitan Club and a former member of Jonesborough Rotary Club.
He was a member of Notre Dame Catholic Church and was the treasurer of Catholic Charities.
Steve was proud to have twice survived cancer.
He was a loving husband, enjoyed golfing with friends and his sons and spending time with all his family.
Survivors include his wife of 38 years: Cindy Hendrickson; two sons and daughters-in-law: Christopher and Meredith Hendrickson, of Nashville, and Nicholas and Amelia Hendrickson, of Knoxville; three grandchildren: Griffin, Olivia and Braxton Hendrickson; one sister: Susan Just, of Moline, IL; brother-in-law and sister-in-law: Craig and Kathy DeBo, of Bettendorf, Iowa; father-in-law and mother-in-law: Richard and Jeanette DeBo, of Moline; nieces and nephews and spouses: Nate and Tami Just, Audrey Just, all of Moline, Courtney and Matt Conklin, of Brazil, Carly DeBo, of Chicago, IL; aunt: Lois Viaene, of Moline; several cousins; special friends: Tom and Vicky Cole.
A vigil service took place Thursday, Nov. 15. Mass of the Resurrection was held Friday, Nov. 16, at Notre Dame Catholic Church. Interment was private.
In lieu of flowers, memorials donations may be made to the Building Fund of Notre Dame Catholic Church, the American Cancer Society, or the March of Dimes.