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Arthur John Hinkel

San Antonio, Texas

Jul 9, 1920 – Nov 8, 2017

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Sunset Funeral Home Obituary

Arthur John Hinkel, born July 9, 1920 in Cecil Wisconsin, passed away November 8, 2017 at the age of 97. He is survived by his loving wife of 64 years, Masako Hinkel; sons, Clark Hinkel (Valerie) John Hinkel; daughter, Janet Lonsberry (Charlie); brother, Willard Hinkle; sister, Irma Sampson; ...

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Decided to add one other thing....The photo gallery was great to look at!! It captured so much of Uncle Art's family. My favorite, though is the one of Uncle Art and Aunt Mickie on the porch, he is relaxed and smiling and you Mom is relaxed too. So many photos captured how I remembered him. love to all

He and Mom are probably chatting up a storm in wonderment about how 'Old" they got to be, Have many many fond memories of my Uncle Art. Hoping your memories lighten your sorrow

He and Mom are probably chatting up a storm in wonderment about how 'Old" they got to be, Have many many fond memories of my Uncle Art. Hoping your memories lighten your sorrow

God bless and comfort all who will miss him. Trust God that we will meet again.
Pastor James Haupt

The greatest, funniest, and most caring Grandpa. He was always smiling and cracking funny jokes! I will miss you and will always love you Grandpa! Love you - Brooke

Mr.Hinkel, for a bit less than two years, was a constant source of kindness and smiles. Every day I considered him a priority to seek out and find just to bring some joy to my own day. He was a wonderful man whom I'll think of often. He has a fantastic family who I hold in high regards and will be thinking of with sympathy on Monday.

John,
We are so very sorry for your loss. During this time of grief, may the grace and peace of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ comfort and strengthen you and your family.

A loving and caring father, grandfather, great grandfather. You may be gone, but the memories and stories will remain forever. I know you are at peace now, gone but never forgotten! Love you always - your loving daughter Janet.