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Carl W. Bendix
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Birth: Nov. 1, 1922
Oneida County
New York, USA
Death: Feb. 14, 1985
Oneida County
New York, USA

Carl W. Bendix, 61, of 4749 French Road, Clark Mills, died Feb. 14 in St. Luke's Memorial Hospital Center. He was born in Utica, the son of Carl H. and Ethel Tindall Bendix. He received his education in Utica. He was a World War II Air Force veteran and married Grace W. Wadsworth on Oct. 6, 1951, in Bridgewater. He was a sales representative for R.H. Donnelly Company for 28 years. He was a life member of Grace Episcopal Church, a member of Oriental Lodge No. 224 F&AM, Ziyara Temple and an honorary life member of the Utica Maennerchor and the South Utica American Legion Post. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, Carl A. of California
and Donald C. of Pennsylvania; two grandchildren; and several nieces, nephes and cousins. His funeral was Saturday morning at Grace Episcopal Church. Interment will be next spring in Kirkland Cemetery. Members of Oriental Lodge conducted ritualistic services Friday evening. In lieu of flowers, lease consider the Central Oneida County Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Box 399, Clark Mills, N.Y., 13321, or Grace Church Memorial Fund, Genesee at Elizabeth streets, Utica, N.Y. 13501. 
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  Grace Wadsworth Bendix (1927 - 2015)
Kirkland Cemetery
Clark Mills
Oneida County
New York, USA
Created by: Marilynn Leon Santspree
Record added: Sep 27, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 77199202
Carl W. Bendix
Added by: Marilynn Leon Santspree
Carl W. Bendix
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Army Air Corps, World War II
- Marilynn
 Added: May. 31, 2014

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