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Ken Hinkson Life History

Click here to read the Eulogy of Ken Hinkson given at his funeral on March 24, 2008.

Obituary from the Orange County Register:

Kenneth R. Hinkson
Hinkson, Kenneth R., 79, born Dec 4, 1928, died Mar 15, 2008 of cancer. He is survived by his wife, Norma; brother, Rollo; 6 children; 32 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 10332 Bolsa Ave., Westminster, CA 92683, viewing on Sunday, March 23 from 5-8pm and Monday, March 24 from 9-10:30am with funeral service to follow at 11am. A memorial website has been set up. Please share your personal memories of Ken with us at www.KenHinkson.com .
Published in the Orange County Register on 3/21/2008.
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Newspaper Condolences

submitted through the Orange County Register and Salt Lake Deseret News

Kenneth R. Hinkson

   March 24, 2008
Our love and sympathy to Norma; Gregg, Kelly and Children; and the Hinkson Family. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
   Ted and Pam Elmer (Pleasant Grove)
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   March 24, 2008
Dear Norma and family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in the passing of Ken. We remember many good times we had together in Anaheim. Thanks for sharing the information of his passing in the Deseret News. This is how we found out.
May the Lord bless you and comfort you at this time.
With much love,
Kent and Joan Pulsipher and family
   Kent & Joan Pulsipher (Sandy, UT)
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   March 24, 2008
Our deepest sympathy goes to you and your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers. We hope the love and support of family and friends will help you through this difficult time.
   David Adamic (Pleasant Grove, UT)
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   March 22, 2008
My sympathy and love go out to President Hinkson's family at this time. I have fond memories of Pres. Hinkson when he use to run Mile Square Park. He was a great motivation for my late husband to run as well. Pres. Hinkson taught by example very well in many other ways.
   Shirley Grant (Garden Grove, CA)

   March 22, 2008
Our hearts go out to you at this time and in the days ahead. My wife and I send our Deepest Sympathies to the Hinkson Family and we are confident that our good friend Ken is in a better place and with his God.

Augie & Dolores Lascola
   Augie & Dolores Lascola (Fountain Valley, CA)
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   March 22, 2008
My prayers and thoughts are with the Hinkson Family. I shall always remember the good times and great example that Bishop Hinkson set for me. The times of reading the Bible around the dinner table, and his great since of humor as well, I will always remember his "Onion joke".

May God comfort each of you.
   Bob Curran (Riverside, CA)

   March 21, 2008
Our heartfelt sympathy to Norma and all the family of President Hinkson. He was a wonderful example of enduring. Our love to all.
   Albert & Marjorie Thomas (Garden Grove, CA)

   March 23, 2008
I remember Uncle Kenneth from my childhood. My father (Don Johnson) is brother to Faun. I remember Kent and Winky.... I have seen Kent several times in the past few years at my father's funeral (Don Johnson) and my Uncle Blaylock Johnson's funeral. May I send my love and condolences to all the family. Love, Claire Kaufman (from Arizona)
   Claire Kaufman (Chandler, AZ)
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