Harold Dale “HD” Hendrickson, 80, passed away on Tuesday, November 28, at his home.

    Memorial services will be Wednesday, December 6, 11:00 am at Saco Methodist Church with Military Honors to follow. A luncheon will be held afterwards at IOOF Hall. Condolences for the family maybe left at www.kirkwoodfuneralhome.com.

    Harold was born May 16, 1937 to Harold G. and Ruth Hendrickson. At a young age he joined the Army. After the Army; he married Winifred Caves. With this Union they had four children; Glenna, Buckley, Norris and Sheila. They later divorced. HD then met Hazel Woodall where they made their home in Saco. He became father/friend to her children; Bonnie, Betty, Wayne, Kathy and Joyce.

    HD worked for G.D. Eastlick for many years and had a passion for farming. Working for Craig Burnham Custom Haying, swathing, baling, and stacking bales. He also was working for First Creek, running the scraper and hauling rock. If there was work to be done, you could always count on HD.

    He loved to gopher hunt. You could always find him out in the field on his 4-wheeler or Razor as soon as spring arrived.
Harold was preceded in death by his parents: Harold & Ruth, first wife: Winifred, longtime companion: Hazel Woodall, and brother: Gary Hendrickson.

    He is survived by his children: Glenna Nieskens, Buck (Helen) Hendrickson, Norris Hendrickson, and Sheila Hendrickson. Sisters: Mary Jane (Russ) Hall, and Agnes (Don) Petersen, Hazel’s children: Bonnie Bunk, Betty Ploufe, Wayne Woodall, Kathy Woodall and Joyce Simser. Additionally, he had 7 Grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

    We will miss you always


Guest Book


From: Kitty Lou Rusher

I loved the kindness and love he showed toward my cousin Hazel. I also appreciated his generosity to small community projects via pie auctions that he so enjoyed.
RIP


From: Ann (Whitaker) Napier

It is with a heavy heart that I offer my condolences to HD's family & the entire Saco community.

I moved from Saco 50 years ago but whenever I was back to visit I always saw HD. He would come out to the ranch for coffee or I would see him at Fun Days. He & Hazel came to Southern California & stayed with my brother Tom for a few days so we got to visit there as well.

May you have comfort in knowing what he meant to everyone who knew him.


From: Colleen Barnard

I greatly enjoyed working with HD ! He always had a positive attitude and took great pride in his work. I will miss him.


From: Lori Swanson

So sorry to hear of the passing of HD. He spent a few summers haying with Craig for us. He especially enjoyed taking our young son Austin in the truck with him to stack bales. His gruff demeanor melted like a snowman around a little boy that loved trucks and work as much as HD. A truly kind and special soul will be forever missed by our family.


From: Brian and Janice Berkner

Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of H.D. He was a good friend and we always enjoyed visiting with him. So happy that we got to attend his 80th birthday party! He will be missed!






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