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Mike Hiney

12 agosto , 193517 noviembre , 2020

Floyd Michael Hiney passed from our world on November 17, 2020. Mike was the only child born to Dessie and Floyd Hiney on August 12, 1935 in Houston, Texas. He attended Reagan High School and University of Houston. Mike was an outstanding athlete and was recruited by the Washington Senators baseball team. Playing baseball with a great group of guys was one of the most memorable times of his life. He served honorably in the US Army and later established his career in the automobile business in fleet sales. Mike will be missed by his wife Bette Bramlett Hiney, his blended family James Bramlett, Bettina LaBarba, Jim Mann, Matthew, Chari, Truett, Molly and Claira Bramlett, and many friends. His best buddy Chulo brought him joy every day, he misses his “dad”. So many people have reached out to me in this time of sorrow, friends, my neighbors and a special thank you to Dr. Jack Sun and the ICU unit at Shannon South. Dr. Sun’s caring manner will not be forgotten. Rest well my sweet prince, until we meet again. Mike’s favorite charity was Concho Valley PAWS. Family and friends may sign an online guestbook at www.johnsons-funeralhome.com

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Sheila Morris

5 enero , 2021

Hello,
Mike Hiney's mother Dessie and my grandmother Louise were sisters. When Mike and his first cousin Arnold Schlinke were teenagers, they came to go dove and quail hunting and fishing at my grandmother's home in Richards, Grimes County, Texas.
I was ten years younger and thought they were the best guys ever since they came from Houston. Regardless of their luck in the fields or ponds, they always had time to eat a meal with us. I loved being with them.
Years later Mike's parents Floyd and Dessie Hiney invited us to go to baseball games with them to watch Mike play. We all thought he was wonderful.
Mike was one of a few family members who came to my father's funeral in Rosenberg, Texas in 1976. After the funeral he came by our home for a few minutes. I'll never forget when the doorbell rang and I opened the door, there was Mike. His words were "we lost another good one today."
I think I can say we lost a good one when we lost Mike. Rest in peace.

Luann Golden

29 noviembre , 2020

Bette,
We are so sorry for your loss. Praying for your peace.
David & Luann Golden

Bill and Charlene Davis

27 noviembre , 2020

Dear Bette,
We just learned of Mike’s passing. In these uncertain times we were down with COVID during your loss. He was such a sweet person and will be sorely missed. Please know we care and are here if you ever want to come by. Rev.21:3&4
Blessings,
Bill and Charlene Davis

Mike & Patti Decker

22 noviembre , 2020

We are so sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. Michael & I looked forward to seeing Mike at exercise at Station 618 . All of us walked our mile around . ❤️Will miss seeing him .

Carl McGill

22 noviembre , 2020

Always enjoyed Mike as a patient and a friend. Loved talking baseball with him. Sorry for your loss.

Susan Arnold

20 noviembre , 2020

I'm so very sorry and sad to hear this. Mike was such a great guy. My condolences Bette to you and the family and loved ones.

Faye Keith

19 noviembre , 2020

Bette,
Hard to express my sadness hearing of Mike's passing. You have
many good memories to reflect on so stay strong and I pray God's
peace will be with you during this time of sorrow.

Faye and Raymond

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