Dr. Alison Hines
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Dr. Alison Hines, 56
Dr. Alison Hines, born in Staten Island on June 11, 1964, to Sara R. and the late Herbert E. Hines Jr., passed away January 22, 2021.
She graduated from Music and Art High School, Dartmouth College, and received her Doctorate of Chiropractic from Life University; she lived and practiced in Kennesaw, Georgia.
She was predeceased by her brother, Dr. Christopher E. Hines, her elder sister, Melanie Hines-Amponsah, and Rebekkah Amponsah.
Along with her mother, Sara, Alison is survived by her oldest sister, Jocelyn-Hines Cooper, and husband, Louis, sister-in-law, Magdalene Hines, nephew, Jeremy E. Hines, and wife, Jessica, nieces, Chelsea N. Cooper, Miranda C. Hines, and Lyndsey Cooper.
Alison lived a life striving for kindness, compassion, and laughter in the world. She loved music, art, saltwater, fishing, hiking, good food, and fun times. Alison had the ability to see the humor in just about everything. And most of all, she possessed a love for humanity, nature animals, and all living things.

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Published in Staten Island Advance on Feb. 25, 2021.
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February 27, 2021
Claire and I offer our deepest sympathies to Sara, Jocelyn and the family. There are no words to express our sorrow at Alison's passing but we still have many warm, comforting memories of the happy, wonderful little girl we knew so many years ago. I often think of Herb and speak of him in fond, glowing terms whenever the subject of great persons, friends and fathers comes up. I vividly recall those nights when he wearily trudged into the JHS 49 Community Center at 7 p.m. after a hard day's work in the City and stopping off at the St. George Library to pick up books and records for his beloved children and devoted wife, Sara. Alison, Chris and Melanie may have passed but, like Herb, they will live forever in our hearts and minds.
John Zarelli
February 26, 2021
I did a Google search to find an old friend/co worker that I loss touch with and came across the obituary.
My heart aches learning of this terrible news.
Alison was a wonderful person. I remember talks we had and how she always was uplifting. During our friendship Alison was an inspiration to me. I'm quite certain she never knew that.
My deepest Condolences to the Hines Family.
God Bless you Alison.
Derrick Metoyer
Friend
February 26, 2021
So sorry to see this , Sara. It,s been many years, but still I remember you, and I met that little girl. My daughter, Jessica, is about the same age, I very much feel your loss.
Nicole siomos, was Hagen
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