Glen Ray Kendrick

In Memory Of Glen Ray Kendrick

Glen Ray Kendrick, age 77, of Wilburton, Oklahoma, passed away Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at his residence.

Glen was born in High Hill, Oklahoma on August 12, 1941, a son of the late Vida (Scott) and Dean Smith Kendrick.

Glen worked as an auto mechanic.

He was a member of First Free Will Baptist Church, Wilburton, Oklahoma .

He was the husband of Glenda (Tubbs) Kendrick. On January 26, 1959, they were married at Wilburton, Oklahoma.

Glen spent his life sharing his love of God through singing and playing his guitar at churches, nursing homes, veteran centers, and the Senior Citizen Center.  He enjoyed going coon hunting and taking his grandkids fishing.  Glen's faith and family were the two most important things to him and he made sure he was at every ball game, concert, and any other event his kids, grandkids, and great-grandkids were involved in.  He loved any family get-together whether it was a hot dog cookout of Christmas dinner.  Glen passes his love of playing the guitar and singing to his family.  He loved restoring old cars and building race cars.  Glen was well known for gardening and his award-winning watermelons and cantaloupes that he gave to anyone that came over.  Glen touched the heart of any one he met and has made a lasting impact on all those that knew him.

Glen is  survived by:
Wife: Glenda Kendrick, of the home.
Daughters:   Mary Kendrick, of Wilburton, Oklahoma; Gwen Kendrick, of Wilburton, Oklahoma.
Sons/Daughters-In-Law: Allen & Diana Kendrick, of Wilburton, Oklahoma; Tommy & Mary Kendrick, of Wilburton, Oklahoma.
Glen is also survived by 13 Grandchildren, several Great Grandchildren.

Glen was preceded in death by his parents, 11 brothers & sisters, 1 granddaughter.

Service at Wilburton High School Auditorium, Wilburton, Oklahoma, at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 18, 2018  with Rev. Bain Durant and Rev. Richard Matthews officiating.  Interment to follow at Lutie Cemetery, Wilburton, Oklahoma.

Pallbearers:  Grandsons.  Honorary Pallbearers:  Granddaughters.