Kerry David Hendricksen

March 28, 1953 - February 8, 2019
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Kerry D. Hendricksen, preceded in death by parents Charles and Loretta “Kit” Hendricksen.   Survived by sisters Judi (David) Caruso of Milwaukee and JoAnn (Bob) Dettlaff (Fort Collins).  Other family members include nieces Aimee (Tom) Worniak and Beth (Brent) Scott, Caitlin (Kevin) Tagliareni, Brenna, Erin, Alise and nephew Corey Detltlaff, cousins David, Dean and Chris Striebich, grand nieces Brooke, Maegan, and Sarah,  grand nephews Brady and Ben.  He is also survived by his close friends, Michael, Hatie, Paul, Cindy, Bill, Mark, Mike, and Scott.  A very special thank you to Florida neighbors Ralph and Michelle Nowak. Kerry is a graduate of Brown Deer High School class of 1971, and the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, class of 1975. Kerry worked as a sales manager for Rite Hite, Cal Wire, Lesson Electric, ABB Inc.  He loved to travel, scuba dive and  ski.  He was a member of Wisconsin Athletic Club where he played racquet ball and talked politics with his friends.  Kerry was an avid Packer and Badger Fan.  A small memorial services are being planned in Sarasota, Milwaukee, and Colorado.  In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the charity of your own choice.

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Born: March 28, 1953
September 15, 2017
Stardust. Denver. Dan, Mo & Kerry
Stardust. Denver.  Dan, Mo & Kerry
March 23, 2019
Celebration of Life Memorial for Kerry in Arvada Colorado
Died: February 8, 2019

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Bill David posted on 2/17/19

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Bill David posted on 2/17/19

Judi, JoAnn, and family, my dad and I offer our sincere condolences for your loss. Kerry was a great guy and a great neighbor.


Jo Ann Kuenn (Miller) posted on 2/15/19

Kerry was a wonderful and genuine person who always had a kind word and warm smile! He was a high school classmate and friend.


Chery Higgins posted on 2/15/19

So very sorry to hear if Kerry’s Passing. Kerry was a great individual and very caring . He will be missed.


Sharon Binger posted on 2/15/19

I am sorry to hear of Kerry's passing. He was a friend through high school/college and for some years afterwards. Always kind, he was fun to be around! I am thankful to know him. Sharon (Hoie) Binger


Fred Braby posted on 2/15/19

Judi, JoAnn and family, Sending my most sincere condolences to all of you! Kerry was such a wonderful friend and classmate!! He was a genuinely GREAT person whom i’m sure never hurt a soul! He’ll be surely missed! With Fond Regards, Fred Braby Judi or JoAnn-please let me know when you have the specifics about the Milwaukee memorial service.!


Cheryl Jones posted on 2/15/19

Very sorry to hear of Kerry's passing. My heartfelt condolences to his family. I went to prom with Kerry, and he will always have a special place in my heart.


Lois Linden posted on 2/13/19

Judi and JoAnn, my deepest sympathy to you and your families. I will remember and smile about the times I spent with Kerry. Estate sales, painting and visiting our favorite teacher during lunch hours. Time passes quickly and he played an important part in all the lives he touched. He will be missed.


Maureen O'Brien (Mo) posted on 2/12/19

Judi and family, Where do you start, when a good friend has left us. Kerry made a lot of friends here in Colorado, over the past 20 years. I semi retired January of 2016. Kerry " early retired" in March of 2016. This turned out to be great for both of us. For the following two years, we were able to golf a couple of times a week, and finish our golf rounds at the 19th hole, sharing all kinds of lies about the great rounds we shot with our friends! are missed