Elva Grey Potts Hendrix
She was born on Nov. 18, 1930 in Davie County to the late David Jeremiah and Sallie Robertson Potts. She loved spending time with her family, and they loved spending time with her. She had a quick wit she used in happy times and even in more difficult situations. She grew up in the Dulin community and was a lifetime member of Dulin United Methodist Church. She was involved in ministry at the church through choir, children’s Sunday School, and United Methodist Women.
She was preceded in death by: her husband of 54 years, Richard Lee Hendrix; sisters, Magdalene McCulloh, Annie Potts, Millicent Tedrow, and twin-sister, Evelyn “Lene” Stewart; and brothers, Ralph Potts, C.C. “Bill” Potts, and Dennis Potts.
Survivors: her daughter, Susan Shoaf (Ronnie) of Advance; son, Dickie Hendrix of Mocksville; grandchildren, Scott Shoaf, Sally Shoaf Marth (Sebastian), Chae Hendrix Mitchell (Billy), and Ryan Hendrix (Megan); great-grandchildren, Ashton Shoaf, Jacob Mitchell, Connor Hendrix, Allie Mitchell, Miles Marth, Savannah Hendrix, Milly Marth, and Cooper Hendrix.
A private burial will take place in Fork Baptist Church Cemetery. Friends may pay their respect to Mrs. Hendrix from noon-5 p.m. on Friday and 8:30-5 p.m. Saturday.
Memorials: Bermuda Commons Rehab and Nursing Resident Council, 316 NC 801 S., Advance.