Guest Book for Donald Ernest Hinkle

Provided by Stephen J Sherman Funeral Home

Posted by: Grace Liste
Mon July 06, 2020
Sharon, I am so sorry to read about your grandfather's passing.  My condolences to you and your family.
 

 
Posted by: Kim Kowalski
Mon July 06, 2020
Sharon and Family,

I am so sorry for your loss, and our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

Sincerely,

The Wager Crew
 

 
Posted by: Diane Ost
Mon July 06, 2020
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your father.  I was just thinking about him the other day. I met him years ago at O'Brien nursing home. I worked there in activities dept.and took care of your dear,sweet mother. He was such a sweet devoted husband and always showered Mary Jane with love and flowers too!  I live right across the street from obriens and on many, many occasions your father would stop at my house and insisted I pick out some flowers he had gotten at the flea market!  My husband would always tease him!  He always put a smile on my face!!!  He is now reunited with his love, in no pain, May God bless you and comfort you.  Diane Ost
 

 
Posted by: Myrna W Adaway
Tue July 07, 2020
Dear Mary Ellen and Family,

Sympathy and Prayers on the passing of your Father.  What a wonderful milestone "100". I trust he enjoyed those years. Donald was a very caring, and interesting person. I hope you have many memories to look back on.  He was welcomed into Heaven with Joy.  May you remember your Father with Happiness.

Sincerely,
Myrna (Tim) Williams Adaway
 

 
Posted by: Jerry Merten
Wed July 08, 2020
Mary and family  ,we wish to extend our deepest condolences at this time ,may peace and comfort come to the family in the days ahead.God bless the entire family .Love Jerry and Jenny
 

 
Posted by: Donna Hall Roberts
Wed July 08, 2020
To Ron, “Tootie” and Lillian: Only the pandemic prevents me from extending my condolences to you personally.  My deepest condolences on the loss of Donald!
We were neighbors on Grove St. for many years, and what a nice family you were.  I have many memories of playing together, riding bikes and enjoying our first tv shows at Lillian’s house!  I believe they were the first on the street to have such a luxury as DuPont tv and the Video Ranger!
So much water over the dam since those days.  Both of my parents have passed and my brother Walter died at eighty a few months ago.
My best wishes for peace and comfort for all of you in the difficult grieving process ahead.  Thinking of you,  Donna Hall Roberts

 

 
Posted by: Ginny Greer
Thu July 09, 2020
I am sorry for your loss, and I send my condolences and sympathy to the family.

Mr. Hinkle was a wonderful neighbor and dear friend. The first time I met him, he said that he knew I was alright "because I had cut glass and antiques." :-) He brought me flowers, produce, and plants from the flea market every week, and I have him apple pies and sweets. Mr. Hinkle visited and sat on my patio frequently. We had long talks and he told me many stories about the past, his flea market adventure experiences, and about how he built my house many years ago. Mr. Hinkle was truly a gentleman, never spoke an unkind word, and reminded me of my dad. I will miss him.

God bless you, Mr. Hinkle, rest in peace.

--Ginny Greer