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Mildred Stancil Hinton


Sunrise: October 21, 1922

Sunset: April 5, 2021

On Monday, April 5, 2021, at age 98, Mildred S. Hinton was called home to be with the Lord with her daughter Martha by her side.

Mildred was born in Edgecombe County, NC on October 21, 1922.  She moved to Norfolk, VA and raised her 6 son’s and 2 daughter’s in Bowling Park.  She helped establish a Tutoring Program at the Bowling Park Recreation Center for the youth.  She was a loyal member of the NAACP and a Disabled American Veteran Auxiliary Life member.  Mildred was the ‘Feisty Lil Lady’ at the Shorewood Cove Senior Living in Norfolk, VA.  She was one of the oldest and a longtime member of Second Calvary Baptist Church in Norfolk.  There she was a loyal member of the Usher Board.  She also served in the Sunday School, Vacation Bible School and on the housekeeping committee.

Mildred was predeceased by her husband Ulus June “Bo” Hinton, all of her siblings, The Stancil’s (Arthur, Rufus III, Dorn, Mary, Jay and Floyd), her daughter Barbara Jean Hinton, son-n-law William “Bill” Holmes and 4 grandchildren (Christine Hinton, Baylor Holmes, Wanda Holmes and Robin Hinton Givens)

The Matriarch of the ‘Mildred Hinton clan’, she leaves behind a huge family: Son June (Regina) Hinton, Grandchildren: Karen (Joe) Cross, Ernest “Lil Hint” Hinton, Christopher Hinton Tommy (Jackie) Hofler (4 great-grands and 1 great-great grand) Daughter Martha Holmes, Grandchild Sarah Lynne, (6 great-grands, 20 great-great grands) James “BoBo” (Joanne) Hinton,  Grandchildren: Michael, Staci, Jamila (Marvin) Hinton Charles, Jamaal and Julius (Kelly), (19 great-grands) Raymond “Tyehimba” (Rita) Hinton, Grandchild Toni (George) Lynch (4 great grands) Grandchild Phobe (Lemel) Robinson, (6 great grands and 5 great-grea tgrands) Linwood “Frank” (Valarie) Hinton Larry “Cook” Hinton Lance Levell (Tamara) Hinton, Grandchildren Brandon and Jordan (1 great grand) Niece Mary (Joe) Battle Summerville, (great niece Tracie)

SHE WILL TRULY BE MISSED!

Viewing Thursday, April 15, 2021 2:00pm - 6:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Friday, April 16, 2021 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Granby Chapel Interment Roosevelt Memorial Park 1101 Campostella Road Chesapeake, VA 23320 The family is following the CDC and State of Virginia guidelines for funeral attendance.

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    Anna Elaine Madison says

    Just like my Second Mother… Such a Lively, Lovely and Wise woman.
    Family please be at Peace and know that your love one is in Heaven and at Peace with her Savior. We will definitely miss you Mrs. Hinton❤️.

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      Tracie E. Summerville says

      I’m Truly Going to Miss My Great Aunt Mildred S. Hinton. I Think God For Giving Her 98 Wonderful Wonderful Years of An God Filled life. My Great Aunt Mildred was An Funny, Loving, Kind and Caring God Fearing Lady.And To out Family members. I’m Truly Sorry For our Lost.

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      Denise L Jordan says

      You are remembered as a beautiful person full of joy.

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        Dianne Johnson says

        May your memories bring smiles ☺️.

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    T. A. Price says

    To the Family: I wish you God’s comfort and I pray that your memories of your Mother will bring joy to your hearts Her journey on earth is now over but she will forever remain a part of the lives of those she loved. I am most thankful for the time we shared and I will never forget the joy she gave her cousin when she most needed it. They are safely at home in God’s hands and together again. I can only imagine that wonderful reunion.

    Keeping you close in prayers,
    Theresa

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    Staci says

    OMG, My Grandma Mildred…Oh how I will miss this lil Feisty Lady :-(. I will forever hold you in my heart! Never did I think Nov 2020 would be the last time I saw you, but we had a good trip out to Colorado Springs, CO. We even got a chance to see my brother Jamaal working at the airport.

    I thank my Grandma for all she did for me and my children, and my kids truly cherish the times spent at her house fishing and eating, lol.

    Not only did she make sure you left her house full, but she would send food and snacks home with you for later.

    My GRANDMA MILDRED…(crying)

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      P. Johnson says

      Staci,
      I am so sorry. Please know my family and I send our love and prayers to you and your family. Your Grandmother was feisty; yet, well-respected and loved by many. She loved you and was so proud of you Staci 🙏

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    Delores Robinson Dunbar says

    Miss Mildred & I connected @ Shorewood Cove where she told me of her longtime friendship w/my ex mother-in-law Mrs. Frances Dunbar. We bonded over Bowling Park memories! Yes, spry, feisty & independent, she was a delight! Prayers of Condolence to all who crossed her lively path! 🙏🏽

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    Mary B Summerville says

    To my aunt Mildred Virginia Stancil Hinton, my mom called you “Bunch”. As the saying goes a Rose by any other will still smell sweet. I will miss you Auntee, but God loved you best. Condolence from the Summerville Family Joseph, Tracie and Mary with much Love and Prayer.

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    E. L. GREENE says

    E. L. GREENE

    APRIL 14, 2021
    To the children, grandchildren, great grandchildren of my cousin Mildred Hinton. May God strengthen, comfort and keep you doing your time of sorrow. I will miss cousin Mildred. It was always a joy to spend time with her and my mother. They always had such a great time together. Try not to weep. She is now in the arms of her loving Father. Know that she loved you all.

    Be Bless
    Your Cousin Louise

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    Teresa R Arrington says

    Prayers going out to The Family..One of Favorite Customers While Working For. Farm fresh..(some of you may know who I am.She would come in farm fresh or pick with..Nothing but.love for her…. Rest in peace Sweet Lady.

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    Angela Sharpe (a great niece) says

    I pray that our Heavenly Father will grant you great peace and comfort as a Great Woman, Aunt Mildred, has gone home to be with our Lord Jesus Christ. I am so thankful for her acts of kindness towards me, her southern hospitality, and the beautiful legacy of a life well lived that remains for all to build upon . With Love,

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      Shirley M Dunbar says

      To my old and dear family friend from Bowling Park. I am going to really miss our phone conversations. Glad I was able to speak to you in January. I pray God give you strength and comfort to get through this difficult time. I can hear her reminiscing from the old days in Bowling Park and the tight ties we had between our families. Rest in peace momma Mildred.

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    Donna Williams says

    My sincere prayers and condolences to the family of Mrs. Mildred Hinton whom I remember as a kind and sweet lady. May the beautiful memories of Mrs. Hinton bring you comfort and peace.
    God bless you.

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    Patricia roberta Walston says

    I Met Mrs. Hinton in June 2011. We Rode The “Church Bus” Every Sunday To “Second Calvary Baptist Church”. She Was Always Friendly With A Great Sense Of Humor. My Sincere Condolences To Her Family. Rest In Peace Mrs.Hinton.

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    Glenn A Hill (Maestro) says

    Hello everyone. I know this is a difficult time for all of you and its been a long time since we seen each other. Your mom was blessed to have lived a long time and have such a positive effect on others. I remember the smacks in back of the head and whipping if she could catch me and Pee-wee doing our thing back in the day. But i also remember her kindness too, She cared as to what type of men we would turn out to be. My hope in the Resurrection gives me the confidence that persons like herself, you and I will see again. Rev.21:3,4

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    Deaconess KimberlyDavis, SCBC says

    RIP Angel Mildred Hinton🌹one of God’s finest!!💞

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    Jackie skinner says

    To the family my sincere condolences. My prayer is for comfort and peace at this very difficult time. We will all miss her !!!

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    Great Grand daughter Ashley Hinton-Foreman says

    Nana I will always miss your smile and are dances we would do especially the one on your birthday. Rest in Paradise. Love you

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