The district board and staff extend their deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Megan Nichole Hendrix in the wake of her untimely passing. Hendrix was the daughter of former District Director David Moore.
Megan was born March 11, 1986 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. She was a graduate of Amarillo High School and went on to attend the Milan Institute. She married Chuck Hendrix in Amarillo, her partner in life for over fourteen years. She excelled in her profession and not only became an instructor at Milan, but also a successful permanent makeup artist. She was also working on obtaining her real estate license.
She is survived by her husband Chuck Hendrix of Amarillo; two daughters, Jordan Nichole and Jimi Vanae Hendrix; her parents, Meshell and David Moore of Frisco; her sister Abbigayle Lee Moore of the Colony; her grandparents, Donia Caldwell, Warner and Theresa Ford and Linda Moore, all of Amarillo, Kenneth Hendrix Sr. of Dallas; her aunts, Sheriece and Larry Strickland of Albuquerque, NM, Carla Ford of Austin and Cheryl Harris of Amarillo. Her uncles Bruce Moore and Gary Moore of Amarillo. Her sisters-in-law, Tonya and Juan Pinon and Sudie Hendrix of Dallas. Her canine babies, Ghostface, Ashton, Gizmo and Nefi, also meant a great deal to her.
Family suggests memorials be made to the Megan Hendrix Memorial Fund, C/O Wells Fargo Bank, 3249 Bell Street, Amarillo, Texas 79109 or the SPCA, 11901 South Coulter, Amarillo, Texas 79119.