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Condolence From: Dan Hinkley
Condolence: Our Wonderful Aunt Marge. She loved her family, a dedication that inspired all of us to always think of and cherish our roots and forefathers. I will always remember Aunt Marge as lighting the candles for those who have gone beyond before us. We will now light and carry yours Aunt Marge.
Thursday March 22, 2018
Condolence From: Nancy Dayton
Condolence: Dear Aunt Marge has been in my life since the day I was born -- she was in the delivery room with my Mom (Nina) in Morristown, New Jersey when I made my entrance to the world. I always said that she had delivered me which made her laugh. Marge asked my sister Ned and I to be flower girls in her wedding to Uncle Joe, which we were thrilled to do. Our family, the Hinkleys +, was always close -- getting together regularly for holidays and also "vacations" to our beloved grandfather's farm in Evart Michigan, which is thankfully still in our family. We all have many wonderful memories of family reunions there -- the Hinkley Wide Open Golf Tournament, the wiffle-ball, baseball games, the hayrides, the food and the bridge games. Marge was a fantastic bridge player and taught me how to bid, although I could never match her ability to make a Grand Slam! I am so grateful that Marge and Uncle Joe moved to Colorado in 1997 -- it was great to have them here during their golden years. At 94 years, 9 months+, Marge set an "age" record for her family. She was dearly loved and will leave a big hole in our hearts.
Tuesday March 20, 2018
Condolence From: Tim/Dawn Hinkley
Condolence: Aunt Marge introduced Carlene to Paul! She always asked how we were doing, and curious as to our goings on. She was fond of sharing tales from the Farm. She was 'delighted' when we showed her the frogs we caught. She never seemed to miss a class reunion. I'm not surprised she bowled a 251 (normally my series)! She had a distinctive laugh, and a great sense of humor. She adored Uncle Gene, Tom, Julie and their broods. We will miss her, but...oh, what a life!!
Monday March 19, 2018

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