Peggy Mildred Hinson
July 19, 1936 – April 4, 2021
Peggy Mildred Hinson, 84, peacefully passed away April 4, 2021 following a brief illness. Peggy was a high school graduate of Brenau Academy in Gainesville, Georgia, and attended Auburn University where she was a member of Tri Delta sorority. After receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Education, she began a 35-year career in education and administration with the Muscogee County School District. Peggy later received her masters degree from Georgia State University, while teaching at both Daniel and Rothschild Junior High Schools. She adored her students and the feeling was certainly mutual. Peggy also spent time working in the family business, Hinson Galleries, in Columbus. After her retirement in education, she served a two-year term on the Muscogee County Board of Education.
Her keen wit and humor followed her throughout her life, and her love of Boston Bulldogs and Tennessee Walking Horses were always ever present.
Peggy is preceded in death by her parents, R. LeGrand Hinson, Sr. and Mildred Keever Hinson, and survived by her brother, Robert LeGrand Hinson, Jr. of Columbus. She is also survived by her dear friend and loving caregiver, Robin Buntin, also of Columbus.
A graveside memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, April 8, 2021 in Parkhill Cemetery with Reverend Charles Hasty, Jr. of Grace Presbyterian Church officiating according to Striffler-Hamby Mortuary, Columbus, GA. For those choosing to make a memorial contribution, please choose a charity of your choice.
A reception in Mrs. Hinson’s honor will be held in the Mill Room of Striffler-Hamby Mortuary immediately follow the service.
- R. LeGrand Hinson, Sr. and Mildred Keever Hinson, Parents (deceased)
- Robert LeGrand Hinson, Brother
- Robin Buntin, Dear friend and Loving caregiver
A Graveside Funeral Service
Thursday, April 8, 2021
Peggy Mildred Hinson
April 8, 2021
There is only one Peggy Hinson! There will never be another! I taught with Peggy for over 20 yrs . She was a character. I loved talking and sharing with her. You always knew where you stood with Peggy for she would tell you! I liked that about her. Her students loved and respected her and she respected them. They were lucky to have been taught by her and I was fortunate to call her FRIEND . ( Peggy, please don't correct any mistakes in grammar or punctuation)
April 7, 2021
I am sorry to hear of Peggy’s passing and lift prayers for the family and friends. I knew Peggy during my years teaching at Rothschild Junior High and found her to be a supportive and dedicated colleague. She will be missed.