Jimmie Wayne Hinze

Burton, Texas

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Jimmie was an amazing man, mentor and colleague. He will be missed.

Please accept our sincere sympathy. I just read of Jimmie's passing in the LaGrange newspaper. Jimmie was a wonderful friend to my dear brother, Kenneth Graf, when they both attended The University of Texas in Austin. My brother often spoke of Jimmie. They both had humble backgrounds, similar interests, and lots of laughter. Kenneth went to be with our Lord almost 23 years ago on Sept 19, 1990. May you treasure cherished memories and may God grant you peace.

We will all miss such a great man and great work. When I think of all the lives he saved I know he will have a special place in heaven.

Dr. Hinze is the reason many of us remain committed to the field of construction safety. His knowledge and expertise in keeping us safe was only surpassed by his kindness and generosity towards those of us who took as many opportunities as we could (not nearly enough) to learn in his company. He will forever be missed by his professional family--Godspeed good friend.

Jimmie (Dr Hinze) was both mentor and friend having been on several CII committees together. I was fortunate to know and learn from him. His influence on our industry will live on forever.


Please accept our sincere condolences. We were shocked yesterday when we were informed of Jimmie's passing. He was the one of the finest people we have ever known.
It was our privilege to know him.

Jeff and Carol Ann Lew

I am thankful for the opportunity to meet you both here at Peace Lutheran. You and your family are in our family's prayers. The Spirit of the Resurrection sustain and strengthen your family and you. --- Pastor Steve

Maxine, thinking of you and your family. You and Jim had some wonderful years together and great memories. I am so sorry for your loss. Maude

Maxine, my sincerest sympathy to you and your family. I talked briefly with you Sunday evening.
I read Jimmie's biography just now. What an outstanding, intellectual, accomplished young
man. The few times I saw him at the Renck reunion, he kept his talents under cover and was just a friendly easy to talk to cousin.
Sincerely, Fay Graeber


Jimmie's Obituary

Jimmie Hinze passed away in Burton, Texas. Funeral Home Services for Jimmie are being provided by Foehner Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in The Bryan-College Station Eagle on September 14, 2013.