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Angus Irving Hines Jr.

Suffolk, Virginia

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Angus Irving Hines, Jr., 96, passed away on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. Born in Suffolk, he was the son of the late Lois H. and Angus I. Hines, Sr. Mr. Hines was a member of Main Street United Methodist Church, where he had served as chairman of the property, fellowship, ushering committees and...

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Sorry to hear of the passing of Angus. Really enjoyed talking to him on the phone from Houston about his flying days, especially when he flew his beloved Twin Engine Beechcraft Travel Air. He looked me up after I became the third owner of the aircraft and later invited my wife and I to stay with him in Norfolk and dine with him at the Yacht Club. What a pleasure! Indeed a grand gentleman. Will be greatly missed!

Saddened by the unexpected news of the passing of my friend Angus. I always enjoyed meeting up with him at our annual high school reunion at Augusta Military Academy, in Fort Defiance from where we both graduated. He loved to practice his conversational Spanish with me and talk about ocean shipping and the trucking business which was among many things we had in common. Angus was a good friend, and a gentlemen who was highly respected by his fellow AMA alumni. He has now joined the many former...

I only had the pleasure of meeting Angus a handful of times. In those few hours of my life I met a man who was extremely generous, gracious, and kind. He had amazing stories to tell of his life experiences and was fascinating to listen to! My deepest sympathy goes out to family and friends of Angus, but I know he will live on in everyone who was lucky enough to know him!

Our prayers are with you and your families at this time. We are so sorry for your loss. We have many wonderful memories of Angus.
The Booker Pruden family

Angus was a 1942 graduate of Augusta Military Academy. We saw each other annually at our Spring reunions where his presence was always inspirational and pleasant. Thank you for the love you showed many of us younger cadets, for the support of our beloved academy and for always being a true Southern Gentleman!
Garry Granger
AMA '71
Dallas, Texas

Yes, Angus was indeed a fine southern gentleman, honorable man and a great employer. I worked for Angus at Smithfield Oil Company, Inc. in Smithfield, VA during the late 50's and early 60's. Angus was indeed a generous man. I'll never forget when I married Ann Crocker that he gave me his credit card to use on our honeymoon! To this day, on our dining room table, we enjoy the beautiful silver candelabra's given to us as a wedding present in 1961! Precious memories - forever in our...

Angus has stored his boat Sentry with us at River Forest Yachting Centers in Stuart, FL for many years and his contagious smile will be sorely missed. He was so thoughtful and sent us delicious peanuts often too. His smile and zest for life will always be remembered.

Angus was a true southern gentleman and we will miss him very much. Rebecca and Danielle