The regular sessions of the Rensselaer County Legislature are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in:
Legislative Chambers, Third Floor
Rensselaer County Government Center
1600 7th Avenue
Troy, New York 12180
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Paul J. Hendrick – Honor a Deceased Veteran Ceremony
June 11, 2018
Honoring Paul J. Hendrick, held in the Legislative Chambers
PAUL JOSEPH HENDRICK, SR., 1950-2018
Paul Joseph Hendrick, Sr. was born on January 26, 1950 in Albany, New York to the late Edward Charles Hendrick and Marjorie Antoinette (Bentz) Hendrick. Paul was the brother of Michael Hendrick and Nancy Bellanger.
Paul attended Albany High School and received his High School Equivalent – GEDT from the Army.
Paul enlisted in the United States Army on August 12, 1968 in Albany, New York. He attended the United States Army Air Defense School in Fort Bliss, Texas for AD Arty Automatic Weapons Repairman Training. Paul served in the Army G Battery, 68th Artillery, 15th Headquarters Detachment Group. He was the recipient of the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal W/5 Bronze Service Stars, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal W/60 Device, Army Commendation Medal W/”V” Device, Army Commendation Medal (FOLC) and Good Conduct Medal- Expert- Rifle. Paul was honorably discharged on August 11, 1971.
On August 24, 1970, Paul married his wife of 47 years, Judith Lorraine (Loucks) Hendrick in First Circuit Court, Honolulu, Hawaii. In addition to his wife, Paul is survived by his children, Lori (Shawn) Kolb and Paul (Heidi) Hendrick, Jr.; his grandchildren, Dylan and Ashley Kolb, Brandon and Logan Hendrick; his sister-in-law, Patty Hendrick; his nephew, Michael Hendrick and his “adopted” son Donald Ramsey.
Paul was a truck driver for Sunnyside Garage in Castleton, New York.
Paul enjoyed camping, driving, fixing lawn mowers and working at truck pulls.
Special sessions may also be convened at the request of the Chairman.
The agenda for a regular session is available on the Thursday preceding the meeting. Members of the public have the opportunity to speak on issues contained in the agenda for one-half hour prior to the opening of the meeting.
We also have a Public Forum night; this is a great opportunity for the Public to make comments to the full Legislative Body. It is held on the Wednesday of the week preceding our regular monthly meeting in Chambers beginning at 6:00 p.m.
At the request of local interpreters, if an interpreter is needed at any meeting in the Legislature they require 2 weeks advance notice. Thank you for your cooperation.