Judge John Allen Hendricks, 82, of Ogden. Utah, sup Life Member No. 32 and formerly active in the Buena Ventura and Ogden Pioneer Luncheon Club Chapters, died Oct. 31 in an Ogden hospital of natural causes.
He was born Oct. 27, 1888, in Richmond, a son of J. Nelson and Emily Jarvis Hendricks.
He was married to Reba Munns. July 12, 1928, in the Logan L.D.S. Temple.
He was graduated from the Stanford Law School in 1924. Shortly afterwards, he was elected Ogden City judge. He then served as a district judge for 10 years during the late 1940s and early ’50s.
He entered private practice after his retirement as judge and retired in September.
He was a member of the Utah and Weber County Bar associations: had been a member of the Lake Bonneville Council of Boy Scouts: and served on advisory board of the Alcoholism Foundation.
He was a member of the Sons of pioneers and was a member of the Ogden East Stake high priest quorum and the LDS Mount Ogden Ward.
He belonged to booster clubs at Utah State University and Weber State College and was a prime booster for athletic activities in Northern Utah.
Surviving are his widow: one son, John A. Hendricks. Jr., Sunset: two grandchildren: one sister, Miss Vida Hendricks, Ogden.
The funeral service was held Nov. 3 in the Larkin Chapel. Burial was in the Ogden City Cemetery. At the services tributes from Governor Calvin L. Rampton and Chief Justice J. Allen Crockett were read.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in