Reenee A. Powell Hendrickson


Reenee A. Powell Hendrickson, 55, passed away courageously and peacefully, from this life, to eternal life on the morning of Oct 2nd 2020, with her husband and son by her side. Reenee was born in Wichita, KS on December 8th 1964. At the time of her death, she was living in Topeka, KS with her husband and son. 

Reenee lived her life to the fullest, with the simple pleasures she received while working as a CNA/CMA and compassionately caring for others. She cherished spending time with and talking to her family and friends. She enjoyed the bargains garage sales and thrift stores. She enjoyed long rides on the back of her husbands Harley and she was no stranger to a fishing pole. 

Reenee was preceded in death by her Father Raymond C Powell and Mother Alice F. Powell Rowlison.  Reenee is survived by her loving husband of 32 years Michael Hendrickson. Sons-Raymond Phillips and Johnathan O’Rourke. Step Children-Tommy Hendrickson and Elaina Ervin. Grandchildren-Devonte, Sidney, Jada, Travis, Alexis, Andrew. Siblings-Belinda and Richard and Nephew Josh.

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  1. I so enjoyed both of you girls growing up. I was old enough to be an occasional babysitter, but still young enough to be a bit of a kid sometimes too. And I have awesome memories of your folks. Especially when our families only lived a block apart.

    I remember Reenee as always having fun no matter what we were doing. Her love of animals was apparent from a very young age. Yes, she certainly did love those hunting dogs. She always had a sparkle in her eyes whenever she laughed or giggled. And when she was quite I knew she was paying attention. She was sharp, not much ever got by her.

    I’m sure all the cousins she grew up with are as saddened by her passing as I am.
    Roxie

    • Roxie, Thank you so much. We loved being with you. I remember us playing with your dog cochise. We loved him. I remember vaguely that house we lived in when we lived close to you and your parents. Hopefully we weren’t brat’s. Oddly a memory of me a Reenee had to sit by the beautiful doors leading to mom and dads room., to eat our ice cream. Lots of memories of your house. Watching tv in the living room,birthday parties., playing outside by your dad’s shop. The older I got the more fond of you I became. I wanted to
      be pretty like you and smart like you. Your house was full of laughter and love. I miss those days of a house full of family. I dont really remember how much older you are I am 57. I hope you are doing well and was excited to hear from you. You can call me any time,316-259-7479. My address is 1715 N. Park Place #2 Wichita Kansas .67203
      Blessings Belinda

  2. Rest softly Renee,ill never forget all the good times we had at Mead jr.high and around the neighboor hood!! Ill miss you!! Stephanie Jackson.

  3. Reenee was a amazing, loving and , sassy little sister by a year and a half. We shared a fun chidhood full of summers at the lake or at the pool a block away. We had many cousins and friends that filled our days with cartwheels, sprinklers. and many adventures. She had no problem making friends and plenty of spunk to stand up for herself to anyone. All who loved her called her Na Na Her compassion for others and animals was undoubtedly her strongest quality. Our dad had hunting dogs so always her favorite pets were german short hairs . Chloe, her most recent is hearbroken she is not coming home. Being a grandnma was magical to her. When taking about them her face and eyes lit up with so much joy. She took care of our mother and her inlaws until they were taken to eternal life. She was very protective of her family and took her roles in that firmly. I will miss my sister deeply and loved her so much. A part of me is missing but I am comforted to know she is safe in the arms of Jesus. Yes, tears are still flowing, sometimes out of nowhere , I hold her memory deeply in my heart to visit anytime I need to talk to her. I Love You Sissy!

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