Obituary of Elbert Endicott
Elbert Dwayne Endicott was born in West Liberty, Morgan County, Commonwealth of Kentucky at the West Liberty Hospital on December, Thursday the Fifth, 1963 at 02:00 A.M. He is the first-born child and son of Elbert Junior Endicott (birth name: Elbert Joshua Endicott) and Angie Belle Ball, both of Kentucky. He passed away from gastro-intestinal bleeding in his own home in Buckhannon, Upshur County, West Virginia in the early morning of July, Thursday the Twenty-Seventh, 2018. He was age fifty-four years, seven months, and twenty-two days at his passing. He is a 1982 graduate of Fremont Ross High School in Fremont, Sandusky County, Ohio. He married Tina Marie Danklefsen on July 09, 1982 in Bellevue, Huron County, Ohio. Elbert and Tina are the parents of three sons: Joshua James Moses Endicott, born 1983, Elijah Luthor I (birth name: Jacob Dwayne Endicott), born 1984, and Jory Thurman-Dale Endicott, born 1986. Joshua is married to Lori Anna Thomas, born 1982, the only daughter of Danny Lee Thomas and Emily Lee [Clem] Thomas. Elbert was preceded in death by his beloved wife Tina and his father Elbert, both in 2017. He is survived by: (01) his three sons, (02) his mother Angie, (03) his sister Angela Marie [Endicott] Fitch, her daughters Hailey Mae Tyree and Ashley Victoria Tyree, Angela's third husband John Eric Fitch, (04) his brother James Thurman Endicott and his children: Kaleb James Endicott, Cierra Lynn Endicott and Savannah Belle Endicott, and James' second wife Rebecca [Tyree] Endicott and their son Jasper Thurman Endicott; all of Ohio (05) his brother Randy Dale Endicott I and his son Randy Dale Endicott II and daughter Alissa Nicole Endicott, and Randy II's and Alissa's mother Dawn Nicole Goodwin; all of Ohio (06) his paternal uncle Clyde Wilburn Endicott and aunt Elnora Endicott of Kentucky, (07) his maternal aunt June [Ball] Hook of Kentucky, (08) his maternal uncles Roger Ball and Woodrow Ball and Woodrow's wife Edna Ball; all of Kentucky and (09) his mother-in-law Glenda Smallwood and sister-in-law Markeeta Smallwood both of Buckhannon. Elbert was a fervent [non-denominational] true Biblical Christian and Jeffersonian Republican. He is of paternal Englishman, Welshman, German, Cherokee, Powhatan, and Shawnee descent and of maternal Englishman, Scotsman, Welshman, and German descent. Both of his parents lineally descend from 'the English Royal House of Plantagenet' and 'the English Royal House of Tudor.' Elbert's principal livelihood was that of a truck driver having driven in all of the Lower 48 American states except for Maine. In the late 1990s, he attended the Fred W. Eberle Technical Center vocational school for masonry construction. In the 1998 SkillsUSA Nationals, Elbert won first place representing West Virginia and second place representing the United States of America. Elbert was known for being an exceptionally hard worker and breadwinner for his nuclear family. He loved the mechanical arts in especially masonry, carpentry, and automotive science. He was highly passionate about the Holy Scriptures, History, Law, politics, and natural medicine. He was a prayerful and repenting man and will be remembered for his Jeffersonian ideals of liberty, strong Christian convictions, and for being a firm yet loving husband, father, son, sibling, and friend; by the grace of God. Friends will be received Thursday, August 2, 2018 from 2 PM – 5 PM at the Poling-St. Clair Funeral Home. A funeral service will be held at 5 PM with the Rev. J. Edward McDaniels officiating. In honoring his wishes, Mr. Endicott will be cremated. Online condolences may be made to the family at www.polingstclair.com. Poling- St. Clair Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.
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