Malik Jonte’ Stalon Hendrix was born to Qyueena Marie’ Hendrix on December 3, 1999, at St. Lukes Hospital.
Malik was educated in the Kansas City, Mo School district. Malik learned and loved to play the African drums at Genesis Promise Academy. He was a graduate of East High School class of 2018. He also did an internship at V.A. Hospital where he learned to be a Kiosk Technician.
Malik was a member of This Rock Christian Tabernacle where he was christened. Malik later became a of member of Emmanuel Church where he accepted Christ as his Lord and savior at the age of 12 years old and later baptized. He sang in the children's choir and served on the Junior Usher Board for several years.
Malik was a member of the MDA (Muscular Dystrophy Association) from the age of 7 until he was 18. He attended camp every summer where he gained several friends and mentors along the way. Some he would even consider family. He loved to sing, rap, draw, dance and all other abilities that God blessed him with. Malik was a caring, goofy young man that would never complain. Even with his illness, he went through life carefree. Malik was an Angel right here on earth. He touched everyone’s life that he met. We all know that we are on borrowed time. Malik was joyful, peaceful, humble, and most definitely a blessing to us all.
Malik departed this life on Thursday, June 30, 2022 with his mother right by his side. He will now be reunited with his maternal Papa & Nana, Jimmy & Johnnie Hendrix; and paternal grandma, Inez Nelson who preceded in death.
Malik will forever be remembered, loved, and cherished by his mother, Qyueena Marie’ Hendrix; maternal grandmother, Tangerine Nelson; two great aunts, Joy Reese (Steven) that was near and dear to his heart of Kansas City, MO; September Hill of Kansas City, MO; three great uncles: Lester Turner (Rita), Kent Hendrix, and Edward (Sonny) Smith; and four aunts, Ashley Singleton of Kansas City, MO, Patrise Hert of Kansas City, MO, Misty Nelson of Dallas, TX; Cynthia Cain (Nickolas) of Atlanta Georgia, Angela Grover of Roeland Park, KS and one uncle, Sir Destin Puritt of Kansas City, MO. God brothers Joshua Reese and Jay-Ceonn Newton. Mentor and special friend: Gabriel Pennington (Christa) of Topeka, KS and a host of cousins, family, and friends.
Saturday, July 23, 2022
2:00 - 3:00pm (Central time)
Golden Gate Funeral & Cremation Services LLC
Funeral Services for Malik Hendrix will begin promptly at 3:00 P.M. Services will be held at Golden Gate Funeral & Cremation Serivices, LLC located at 2800 East 18th st, Kansas City, Mo 64127.