Mr. Bonnie A.T. Hinson, 90, died Friday, Aug. 30, 2013, at his home.
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He was born December 24, 1922, in Lancaster County and was a son of the late A.M. Hinson and Lula Barker Hinson.
Mr. Hinson was the husband of Lula Louise Hinson.
Mr. Hinson was the retired owner and operator of Hinson's Trading Post, a lifetime Mason with Antioch Lodge, a Shriner, a Navy Veteran of World War II and a member of Union Baptist Church.
Mr. Hinson is survived by two sons, Bonnie Howell Hinson and his wife, Christine, and Wayne Douglas Hinson and his wife, Cheryl; three daughters, Dorothy "Dot" H. Faile and her husband, Robert C. "Sambo" Faile, Peggy H. Crenshaw and her special friend, Ronnie Elvis, and Brenda H. Whitaker, all of Lancaster; 12 grandchildren, Cecil Faile, Lindsey Powers, Joel Powers, Lori Whitaker, Lee Whitaker, Staci Holden, Corey Hinson, Kala Robinson, Andrew Pawlowski, Sheena Hinson, Jennifer Dobson and Kailey Hagins; 20 great-grandchildren; and his caregivers, Vera Haynes, Linda Jordan, Donna Knight, Kim Catoe, Laura Peacock and Katherine Watts.
Mr. Hinson was preceded in death by four brothers, James M. Hinson, C.R. Hinson, Ira Lee Hinson and Caldwell T. "Red" Hinson; a sister, Lula Mae Knight; and a granddaughter, Trista Bonae Hinson.
The celebration of life funeral services for Mr. Hinson are 2 p.m. today, Sept. 1, at Union Baptist Church, officiated by the Revs. Jackie Jenkins and J.D. Wilson, with burial at Lancaster Memorial Park.
The family of Mr. Hinson received friends from 6 to 8 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 31, at Burgess Funeral Home.
The family suggests memorial contributions to Union Baptist Church, building fund, 5003 Taxahaw Road, Lancaster, SC 29720 or Hospice of South Carolina, 412 N. White Street, Suite A, Lancaster, SC 29720.
An online guest register is available on the obituaries page at www.hartleyburgess.com
Burgess Funeral Home & Crematory of Lancaster is caring for the family of Mr. Hinson.
Burgess Funeral Home & Crematory
1800 Charlotte Highway
Lancaster, SC 29720
Published in The Lancaster News on Sept. 1, 2013