ENDEBROCK, ROGER HENRY "BUTCH"
The Hamilton Herald-News 02/17/2000
Roger Henry "Butch" Endebrock, 56, died Feb. 11 at Bedford Hospital. Services were held Feb. 13 at Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Chapel. Burial was Feb. 14 in Crestview Memorial Park in Wichita Falls.
Mr. Endebrock was born Dec. 12, 1943 in Dallas. He moved to his family's farm near Aleman and attended school at Jonesboro through the fourth grade.
He moved to Fort Worth with his family in 1954 and graduated from Eastern Hills High School. He attended college at Tarrant County Junior College and Fort Worth Christian College before entering the Army.
After his tour in the Army, he gained employment at the General Motors Assembly Plant in Arlington as a lacquer sprayer. Following his retirement from G.M., he owned and operated the gift shop at the Los Colinas Medical Center.
As an adult, Mr. Endebrock was baptized at the Handley Church of Christ in Fort Worth.
He was preceded in death by his father, Arthur August Endebrock, and his son, Christopher Scott Endebrock.
Survivors include his wife, Andra Endebrock; a son, Jason Endebrock of Dallas; a daughter, Angel Endebrock of Arlington; his mother, Lucy (Hill) Endebrock of Fort Worth; his sisters, Nancy Blatnick of Keller, Judy Holland of Fort Worth and a host of relatives and friends.