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Blake Michael Hendrick Blake Michael Hendrick (60) passed away quietly in his sleep in the early morning hours of February 10, 2010 at his home, with his wife and daughter at his bedside. Blake was born to Daniel L. and Margie L. (Eicher) Hendrick in Boulder, CO January 29, 1950, where he grew up and excelled in sports. His Little League All Star baseball team was one win away from going to the Little League World Series. He played football, basketball, and baseball for Fairview High School (and played for the state championship in football in 1967) and was honored with many All State team awards. Blake then attended the United States Air Force AcademyAcademy cheap Bengals jerseys where he played football and baseball and later served his country in Korea. After leaving the Air Force, Blake became a contracting officer and worked for the Department of Defense and later for the USDA Forest Service. In 1977, Blake married Shirley Ann McKown and they made their homehome wholesale cheap Bengals jerseys in Mountain Home, ID, where their daughter, Kara Ann, was born in 1980. Travis Ryan joined the family in 1981 in Olympia, WA, while Blake was working for the Olympic National Forest. In 1989, Blake and his family moved to thethe cheap Bengals jerseys Okanogan Valley in north central Washington to work for the OkanoganOkanogan cheap Bengals jerseys from china National forest, where they lived on a 10 acre farm, raising steers, alfalfa hay, and a large garden. Blake coached Travis Little League All Star team to the State Tournament, which it hadn been to in nearly 25 years. As both kids were attending college, Blake and Shirley moved to Kalispell, Montana to work for the Flathead National Forest. Blake retired in 25 so that he could spend more time on the golf course and on plans to build their home In 26, the new home was built, and in 27, both kids were married (5 weeks apart), Kara to Bill Lamb of Spokane, WA, and Travis to Ashley Jeffris of Peshastin, WA. In 28 and 29, Blake was teaching contract law classes to government agencies through NPI, Inc. (Edmonds, WA) and doing quite a bit of travelling. Future trips in 2010 were to have Shirley tag along for some sightseeing. In August 29, Blake first grandchild, Autry Londyn, was born in Las Vegas to Travis and Ashley, and he and Shirley were there to enjoy her. A few days after returning home, Blake was diagnosed with a brain tumor, which had been causing memory problems. Surgery was not an option so prognosis was 4 8 months of remaining life. After routine radiation and initial chemo treatments, Blake died on February 10th. He will be cremated and buried at a later time in Spokane Memorial Gardens Cemetery near Spokane, WA. Blake is survived by immediate family mentioned above as well as his mother, MargieMargie wholesale Bengals jerseys Hendrick of Boulder, CO, his father Dan Hendrick and step mother, Arlene of Columbia Falls, MT, brother Dan Hendrick and wife Sue of Niwot, CO and their children Jenny and Matt; sister Jana McCarter of Kerrville, TX, and her children Kelly and Jake; an extensive step family; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins spread around the country. Blake was known for his great sense of humor, his fairness with everyone he worked with, his love of the game of golf (especially his 7 iron), and most of all, for the love of his family. A Celebration of Blake Life will be held at 2pm on February 20th at the Hilton Garden Inn, Kalispell, MT. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations go to benefit the United States Air Force Academy, where checks should be written to The Air Force Academy Fund in memory of graduate Blake Hendrick and mailed to the USAFA Endowment, 3316 Academy Drive, Suite 2, USAF Academy, CO 80840 4475. Cards can be mailed to the family at 10 Strawberry View Ln, Kalispell, MT 59901. If you plan to attend the Celebration, we ask that you bring your favorite stories to share about Blake and a packet of wildflower seeds that will be used to make a memorial garden.

 

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