Joseph Paul "Uncle Paul" Hinkle

  • Born: September 9, 1936
  • Died: October 25, 2017
  • Location: Lake Village, Indiana

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604 E Commercial Avenue
Lowell, IN 46356

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Message From The Family

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Joseph Paul "Uncle Paul" Hinkle
9/9/1936-10/25/2017
Joseph Paul Hinkle, Uncle Paul as he was known to most, of Lake Village, IN, passed away October 25, 2017. He is survived by his best pal and grandson, Brandon Hinkle, as well as numerous other grandchildren and great grandchildren; daughters, Erin, Carolyn, Joanne, Christine; step daughter, Robyn; step son, Christopher; and some very special nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, Oliver and Nellie Hinkle; son, Joseph. Uncle Paul retired from Inland Steel and was an Air Force veteran serving in Korea. He enjoyed traveling, playing poker along with other card games, was the life of the party with his "dance". Visitation, Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 2-6PM at Sheets Funeral Home and Cremation Services 604 E. Commercial Ave, Lowell, IN. Cremation following services. www.sheetsfuneral.com


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Sympathy and Prayers to all the family and friends. I just discovered his passing, while doing more research on my family. He was a distant cousin. So sorry for your loss.

Posted by Tina Lephew Cooke - Maynardville, TN   April 09, 2018

Damn Joe. Had a great time working with you for so many years. All of us old timers will remember you and laugh at all the memories. You were one Hell of a guy. See you soon enough. Homer

Posted by Homer Sartain - Schererville, IN - Coworker   October 30, 2017

Sorry for your loss Brandon and the rest of your large family Paul will be missed dearly I loved him like he was my own pappa

Posted by David Olesen - Lakevillage, IN - Friend   October 28, 2017

Words can not express what you meant to me. I hope you find mom in hevean. I will miss you forever and love you always. Rest well daddy.

Posted by Erin Putter - Prattville, AL - Daughter   October 28, 2017

So sorry Brandon and Erin. He was there always for Lil Brandon and I will be forever grateful. My heart especially hurts for Brandon as this is a big part of his heart.

Posted by Dibkey-Sydney - Oneonta, AL - Family   October 28, 2017

The life lessons I learned from you are invaluable. Though I called you Paul', you were the only man I knew as dad', and I love you. Rest peacefully now, and I will see you again one day.

Posted by Robyn Wells - Highland, IN   October 28, 2017

Joe, you were the best client an attorney could have. Thanks for the Christmas card each year. God Bless you and the family.

Posted by J. Ezell - Kouts, IN   October 27, 2017

I always enjoyed seeing him at Frankies, he always had a smile for us. He will be dearly missed, my thoughts & prayers for his family

Posted by Tina Vinyard - Roselawn, IN - Friend   October 27, 2017

Mr. Hinkle will always be considered a HERO for serving our country during a time when fighting for freedom was essential. You fought in what was considered the "Forgotten War" but you and your brothers in arms will never be forgotten. Thank you Sir for your bravery, courage and sacrifice. May God hold you in his loving arms. Rest in Peace.

Posted by Laura Christy    October 27, 2017


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