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William Wayne "Bill" Hinkley
Dec 7, 1967 - Jun 1, 1999
Posted by Martha Reddout

©Marietta Monitor
4 Jun 1999 Page 4

Services for William Wayne "Bill" Hinkley, 31, of Marietta were Thursday at 2:00 p.m. in the Kennedy Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Johnny Reed officiating.

Mr. Hinkley was born December 7, 1967, at Ventura, California, and died June 1, 1999, in Marietta as the result of an auto accident.  He was the son of Bruce A. and Helen Robeles Hinkley. Mr. Hinkley moved to Marietta in 1993 after living at Thackerville since the age of 10.  A 1986 graduate of Thackerville High School, he was a superintendent with Midwest Cable Communications of Arkansas, Inc.  Mr. Hinkley was of the Protestant faith.

Survivors include his mother and her husband, Helen and Walter Lake of Marietta; stepfather, Maze Parsons, Jr. of Thackerville; his wife, Mrs. Kris Hinkley of the home; a son, Tague Hinkley of Thackerville; two daughters, Kendra Hinkley of Thackerville and Ember "Spuddie" Hinkley of the home; and two brothers, James Donald Hinkley of Sherman, Texas, and Jesse John Hinkley of Connecticut.

Interment was in Lakeview Cemetery directed by Kennedy Funeral Home. 

Pallbearers were Robert McElreath, Jr., John Hughes, Rex Brown, Jimmy Hinkley, Jonathan Hammett and Steve Mendez.  Honorary bearers were Joe McElreath,  Charles Haney and Gary Buckaloo.

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