Robert Allen Hinkle

Robert Allen Hinkle, 54, of Edinburg, died at Shenandoah Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, May 24, 2011.

A funeral service will be held on Saturday, May 28, 2011, at 1:00 p.m. at Dellinger Funeral Home, Woodstock, by Pastor Shelvie Mantz. Burial will follow in Detrick Cemetery, Fort Valley.

Mr. Hinkle was born May 10, 1957 in Kline, West Virginia, the son of the late Melvin Lee Hinkle and survived by his mother, Hazel Virginia Grimm Hinkle.

Mr. Hinkle is also survived by his wife, Cathy Hinkle of Edinburg; four sisters, Linda George of Woodstock, Pauline Clark of Edinburg, Eunice Miller of Jerome, and Sue Beverly of Charlottesville; five brothers, Sonny Hinkle of Edinburg, Stanley Hinkle of Edinburg, Ronnie Hinkle of Rio, West Virginia, Raymond Hinkle of Quicksburg, and Roger Grimm of Woodstock; his extended family, Pop “Elmo” Mantz, Shelvie Mantz, brother in law, Ford Mantz and wife Debbie, Matt Mantz and wife Donna, and Rex Mantz.

The family will receive friends Friday evening from 7 to 8 p.m. at Dellinger Funeral Home, Woodstock.

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6 Condolences to Robert Allen Hinkle

  1. Bob & Elaine Forry says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you

    • suebeverly says:

      my brother will be say miss miss you brother i never see youthat much but i think about you all the time

  2. sheila cooley says:

    i will miss my beloved uncle

  3. Millie Hensell says:

    My thougths and prayers are with you and your famiy at this difficult time.
    With deepest sympathy.

  4. Rachel Branham & Jack Chandler says:

    Our sympathy to you and your families.

  5. barb says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. My mother has been gone for some time but I still remember the grief thatIi suffered. I found reading the Bible has helped me through the years. I thought at this time I could share a scripture or two that may be comforting to you.
    There is an account at, John 11:11-14 that holds out hope for all that have died. Jesus had the power to bring back a dead person named Lazarus. Than he gave him to his family and friends ,and all joy broke out! Jesus when he is king ,will start to do this for all of our loved ones. It is so encouraging to read Act 24:15 , it eases the loss , for me because I will see my mom again. I hope you can read it again and again in the hard days ahead.
    Sincerely Your, Barb