• John Lee Roy HINSON

    John Lee Roy HINSON, passed away February 07, 2018 in Corpus Christi, TX. Mr. Hinson was born on January 23, 1956 in Van Buren, MO to Clifton L. Hinson and Bertha K. DeWhit.
     
     
    He is preceded in death by his parents, Clifton and Bertha Hinson and one sister Patricia Hinson.
     
    Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Charlotte Hinson; son, Jarrod John Hinson and daughter, Amy Nicole Hinson all of Rockport, TX; Brother; Jim (Diane) Hinson of MO; Sister, Betty Rich of CO; as well as so very many nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews who he was so proud of and loved with all his heart as well as so many extended family and friends and adoption by heart, Corey (Stephanie) Stringer and baby to come of Rockport.
     
    John served his country in the United States Marine Corps.  He was a founding member of Salt Lake Baptist Church of Rockport as well as past Deacon and Music Director.  He worked for Halliburton Energy Services for 39 years.
     
    John always loved helping others and volunteered for the students of ACISD for 30  years with his wife Charlotte.  John always had a helping hand for anyone that needed it and a smile to let you know it was his honor to help.  He was also an avid bicycler.  He and his Dad would often wake up on a Saturday morning and hop on their bikes headed to Austwell and the Wild Life Refuge.  Just a day trip for the two of their enjoyment.  John loved carpentry and became very accomplished at it becoming the unofficial carpenter for Halliburton outfitting their offices in the Frost Building in Corpus as well as their yard on Navigation.  He also loved traveling and photography and became an accomplished photographer.  He was always one to take his family on trips each year choosing to take the path (road) less traveled just for adventure.
     
    He will be missed by so many friends and extended family.
     
    His family wishes to thank all of those friends, family and others that prayed so hard for his health to be returned.  God chose to restore him in Heaven instead of here on earth.  He fought hard for more than a year but can now rest with a perfect restored healthy body.
     
    Heaven shines a little brighter since his Savior called him home... His family always grateful for the time he was THEIR OWN.
    He will be forever missed and always remembered. 
     
    Visitation will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, February 11, 2018 at Charlie Marshall Funeral Home in Aransas Pass, TX.  A Funeral Service will follow at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 11, 2018, at Charlie Marshall Funeral Home(AP) concluding the services with Military Honors provided by the Marine Corps League Coastal Bend Det#430.
     
    Services entrusted to Charlie Marshall Funeral Homes and Crematory
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    Semper Fi, Brother. God Bless You.

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    I will always remember John as a loving man with a smile on his face. I don't think I ever saw him that he wasn't smiling and always so friendly and helpful. I know that he will be so very missed. Our condolences to Charlotte, Amy, and Jarrod...as well as to his other family members and friends that will miss his loving presence.

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    JOHNNY IT SADDENS ME TO KNOW YOUR GONE BUT I KNOW YOU ARE WITH THE LORD WHICH MAKES ME HAPPY. YOU HAD A SWEET DISPOSITION AND A BEAUTIFUL HEART. YOU WILL BE MISSED ON EARTH BUT WE WILL SEE YOU SOON!!!!

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    Mr. Hinson was a good man in the short time I met him . He always was so nice and friendly . You will be missed .

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    Mr. Hinson was a good man in the short time I met him . He always was so nice and friendly . You will be missed .

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