Lindsay Hendricks

Lindsay Jo Hendricks, 30 of Lumberton, passed away Friday, March 13th. She was born July 11, 1989 in Hattiesburg, the daughter of Lane Hendricks, Jr. and Aimee A. (Faggard) Johnson. Lindsay grew up in and around Purvis, an active and outgoing young lady from the start. She enjoyed gymnastics and dance early on, played some basketball and softball as well, but her love for the outdoors was her passion. She loved hiking, camping and just enjoying nature so much that she was lovingly referred to as "a half gypsy, half flower child". Lindsay attended Purvis High School and both Jones and Pearl River Jr. Colleges, where she studied biology among other things. An avid animal lover to boot, she worked as a vet-tech for the past few years. Lindsay was a beautiful, intellectual young woman, who sadly leaves her family and friends well before her time. She had an adventurous, free-spirit about her and what some describe as a "kindred spirit". Lindsay was a loving daughter and mother that simply adored her son Jett. She will no doubt be fondly remembered and sadly missed by all who knew and loved her. Please keep all of the Hendricks family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. She was preceded in death by her paternal grandfather, Wyndal Lane Hendricks, Sr. and her maternal grandmother, Linda Faggard. Left to cherish her memories are: her son Jett Holden Russell of Petal; her father Lane (Connie) Hendricks, Jr.; her mother Amiee Alecia Faggard, along with a host of friends and acquaintances. The family will receive friends for visitation Tuesday evening, March 17th from 6 until 9 PM at Trinity Funeral Services' Lumberton location. The funeral service is set for 10:00 AM Wednesday morning, with interment to follow at Olive Baptist Church Cemetery. In lieu of floral arrangements, you may consider making a donation to offset funeral expenses for the family by clicking the donations tab at the top of the page. Trinity Funeral Services is honored to serve the Hendricks family in their time of need and asks that everyone keep them in your thoughts and prayers over the coming days

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