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Brian A. Hendrickson

August 27, 2021

Visitation: Saturday, October 30th 11am-12pm Faith Community Church Hopkinton

Memorial Service: Saturday, October 30th 12:00 p.m. Faith Community Church, Hopkinton

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Posted by:
James McElhiney

Posted on:
September 20, 2021

I feel a real sense of loss and loneliness without Brian to connect with. During the last year and ½ we spoke once or twice a week. Brian took advantage of the current situation by traveling to many areas of the state and reported back to locked down me about the wonderful things he saw. I miss those reports. Mostly I miss the ability that Brian had to listen to what you said just to listen. I always felt better after I spoke with him because of his empowering tone and affirming manner. I knew he was a special person but never realized what an awesome life he lived until I read the words on this site. Everyone that I have spoken with agrees that Brian, more than anyone else we know, is truly resting in peace. My prayers are with his family, and I am so sorry for your loss.

Posted by:
Stephen Babcock

Posted on:
September 20, 2021

For over ten years I was Brian's coffee partner and friend in Roslindale. We walked together, too, and talked and talked on many subjects. He was smart and kind and a good friend. I miss him a lot as an irreplaceable special human being, adventurous and curious, and appreciative of life in all its aspects. He shared his life with stay at home me by showing me many photos of his wonderful trips abroad as well as scenes from his many local hikes. He loved his fellow workers who came from many lands and he learned words of greetings in their languages to welcome them. On the other hand, agreeing with H.L. Mencken, he just couldn't believe how dumb his fellow citizens could frequently be!

Posted by:
Barbara Moreau

Posted on:
September 16, 2021

I saw this horrific crash as I was getting on the entrance ramp. It shook me to my core. I’ve not been able to stop thinking about it and wanted to find out who he was. I see all these beautiful tributes to this man and I wanted to let the family know that I have thought of him every day and I pray for him.

Posted by:
Shirley Freitas(Rodrigues)

Posted on:
September 12, 2021

My deep sympathy for Brian's passing. I worked with him for over 17 years at Crowne Plaza Natick .Always smiling always willing to help .God rest his soul🙏

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JOHN DAVEY

Posted on:
September 9, 2021

I worked with Brian for 15 years at The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Natick. He was a delight to debate politics, sports, and all current events. He thoughtfully brought back a penny from China for my 4 year old daughter who loved collecting coins. Brian was a Very Cool Dude..

Posted by:
CHARLIE GRAVINA

Posted on:
September 6, 2021

Brian was a good friend for al long time. I will miss him and his wonderful smile. Adios my friend

Posted by:
Larry Bayer

Posted on:
September 5, 2021

Brian was kind, humorous, vulnerable. He was always willing to help and support. He will be missed!

Posted by:
Philip L. McAlary

Posted on:
September 5, 2021

One of Brian's many acquaintances in Roslindale.

Posted by:
Philip L. McAlary

Posted on:
September 5, 2021

A photo collage with Brian and friends at the Fornax Bakery in Roslindale, MA.

Posted by:
Philip L. McAlary

Posted on:
September 5, 2021

Brian and Bill

Posted by:
Philip L. McAlary

Posted on:
September 5, 2021

Brian was a good and loyal friend to us (Barry, Steve, Bill, Larry, Yevgenia, Robert, Phil). We would with meet almost weekly at Fornax Bakery in Roslindale, MA. Brian loved to talk with just about anyone in the bakery. During the height of the pandemic, weather permitting, we would meet with Brian in person at Fallon Field in Roslindale sitting on our chairs, wearing masks and socially distanced. We all will miss Brian.

Posted by:
Jeff Jordan

Posted on:
September 4, 2021

I did not know Brian but I was there with him when he passed on to be by our Lords side. Please accept my deepest condolences, he is in my thoughts and prayers.❤️

Posted by:
Kathy Supernor-Tirrell

Posted on:
September 3, 2021

In Loving Memory Of My Cousin, Brian Hendrickson 💙🛐 Afterglow: I’d Like The Memory Of Me To Be A Happy One. I’d Like To leave An After Glow Of Smiles When Life Is Done, I’d Like To Leave An Echo Whispering Softly Down The Ways, Of Happy Times And Laughing Times and Bright And Summer Days. I’d Like TheTears Of Those Who Grieve, To Dry Before The Sun, Of Happy Memories That I Leave When Life Is Done ! ~Helen Lowrie Marshall

Posted by:
Kathy Supernor-Tirrell

Posted on:
September 3, 2021

Dear Wendy, May Fond Memories Of Your  Handsome Lovable Beloved Brother Brian, Bring You Comfort During This Most Difficult Time In Your Life ! Our Thoughts And Prayers Goes Out To You And Our Dearest Of Family Members , His Closest Of  Dear Friends And , His Co-Worker's ! With All Our Love , Kathy&Bob And, Bobby Jr., Melissa &Mike And Lil. Miss Adelaide I’d Like The Memory Of Me To Be A Happy One. I’d Like To leave An After Glow Of Smiles When Life Is Done, I’d Like To Leave An Echo Whispering Softly Down The Ways, Of Happy Times And Laughing Times and Bright And Summer Days. I’d Like TheTears Of Those Who Grieve, To Dry Before The Sun, Of Happy Memories That I Leave When Life Is Done !

Posted by:
Kathy Supernor-Tirrell

Posted on:
September 1, 2021

This Is My Favorite Photo Of My Handsome Beloved Cousin, Brian HIs Beautiful,Beloved Mom Edith ,And, His Beautiful Sister, Wendy ! 💟💟💟

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
September 1, 2021

Brian loved to hike and walk and explore the World.

Posted by:
Jean

Posted on:
August 31, 2021

Posted by:
Jean

Posted on:
August 31, 2021

Sorry for your lose. Brian was a great co worker, great guy, and great friend.