Mrs. Hinger, Jim, Loraine and family, Judy, Jack... Very sorry for your sudden loss. Maureen and my prayers are with you and your family. Jack (always Mr. Hinger to me) will be deeply missed. Although I only ran into him a few times since their move from Windsor Drive, my inumerable memories of him are all really great ones.... from the incredible camping trips as a kid he took the neighborhood on, to his teaching me how to play chess, his constant classical music playing every time I entered the house, his garden and his incredible bicyling regiments, and always putting up with myself and the rest of the DePasquales borrowing every tool and piece of lanscaping equipment he ever owned, and every time I saw him he always had a smile and asked about my kids by name. The sound of him yelling through the neighborhood "Jimmy.....Dinner" is forever etched in my memory. His editorials in the Coriour were classic. He was a very special man who was a positive influence on all. He will be sorely missed by everyone who knew him.