She was born in Klang, Selangor on 24 December 1940.
Endon's father worked as a mining assistant in the Department of Mines, and subsequently transferred to Perak to help oversee about 60 mines in the district of Kampar.
Allahyarhamah sacrificed much of her personal time with her husband, time which were precious considering her predicament, with the man she truly loves, to the Nation whilst she endured treatment after treatment away from him.
Endon met Abdullah while she was working at the Federal Establishment Office (now the Public Service Department) in the 1960s and they were married in 1965. Together with Abdullah, Endon had two children: son Datuk Kamaluddin Abdullah, a business tycoon (married to Azrene) and a daughter, Nori Abdullah (married to Khairy Jamaluddin). Endon is noted for her contributions to traditional fabric art such as the batik and songket.
For example, she launched Campaigns and exhibitions such as the "Batik Extravaganza" which was held in early December 2003 and the Malaysian Batik Movement, "Creation For The World". Endon underwent a radical mastectomy on 18 April 2002, which was followed by 33 sessions of radiation and a series of physiotherapy sessions at St. She discovered she had breast cancer in 2003 while her twin sister Noraini who had earlier been diagnosed with the disease died in January 2003. John's Medical Center in Los Angeles, California for treatment, returning again in June 2005 for chemotherapy. She was later brought home to Seri Perdana to be with her family after spending two weeks in Putrajaya Hospital.
Design/methodology/approach: Using simple random sampling, 187 students were selected from a population of 1,300 female students.
The survey instrument was designed in the form of structured questionnaire comprising a series of close-ended and open-ended questions design.