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Warren E. Hinton

June 24, 1946November 9, 2020

Warren E. Hinton, 74, of Columbus, died Monday, November 9, 2020.

Mr. Hinton was a veteran of the US Air Force serving during Vietnam. He was also a member of Walker Chapel and Bethel Baptist Church. Warren was an engineer at Cummins retiring after 45 years of employment. He also loved street rods, camping and horseback riding. He was preceded in death by his parents, Myron E. and Alberta (Wilson) Hinton; and nephew, Mark Christopher Hinton. Survivors include his loving wife of 54 years, Marilyn Sue Hinton; sons, Darren (D.D.) Hinton of Franklin, and Dirk Hinton of Columbus; grandchildren, Jake Hinton of Twentynine Palms, CA, Sam Hinton of Franklin, Kyle Stott of Columbus, and Adam Stott of Franklin; brother, Ronald (Shirley) Hinton of Terre Haute; and sisters, Patty Richards and Judy Coffman, both of Columbus. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be 11:00 a.m. Friday, November 13, 2020 at Myers-Reed Chapel on 25th St. with Pastor Roy Hendershot officiating. Burial will follow at Bethel Baptist Cemetery with military honors provided by the Bartholomew County Combined Honor Guard. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Thursday and 10-11 a.m. Friday at the funeral home. In keeping with CDC and Indiana guidelines, social distancing must be followed and masks are required. You may also be asked to wait outside due to the social distanced capacity of the funeral home. Please leave condolences or special memories of Warren online at: www.Myers-Reed.com. Myers-Reed Chapel is serving the Hinton family.

  • FAMILY

  • Marilyn Sue Hinton, Spouse
  • Darren Hinton (D.D.), Son
  • Dirk Hinton, Son
  • Jake Hinton, Grandson
  • Sam Hinton, Grandson
  • Kyle Stott, Grandson
  • Adam Stott, Grandson
  • Ronald Hinton (Shirley), Brother
  • Patty Richards, Sister
  • Judy Coffman, Sister
  • Also surviving are several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Myron E. and Alberta Hinton; and nephew, Mark Christopher Hinton.

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George Kuhns

November 16, 2020

Dear Marilyn and family of Warren,
Sara and I were diagnosed with covid19 on Thursday last week and could not attend Warren's funeral. We are so sorry we could not see you. We have a lot of fond memories of motorcycle rides, parties, etc. with Warren and Marilyn. I well remember when Warren partly disassembled my 1966 Triumph and got it running in top shape. I also remember trading that Triumph to him for the 1971 Honda CB750. What a machine, and what fun rides we took together with the old gang of Harris's, Wheelers, Boyles, and several others. We are thinking of you in your time of loss, but know the memories will always be there!
Sincerely, Max and Sara Kuhns.

Terri and Mark Folz

November 13, 2020

Mark and I hadn’t known Warren for a long time but the short time we did know him he was a kind and giving man. The times we did get to spend with him and Marilyn were good and happy times. Rip in peace Warren your work here is done, you will be missed. Love and prayers for Marilyn and her family. Mark and Terri Folz

Ron & Chris Weidman

November 12, 2020

So very many extra special memories of a man who was always there when you needed him...... always!!
Lots of “drive abouts” for dinner, ice cream or just being together! Always blushed when I thanked him, with a kiss on the cheek, for what he did for us! That silly smile of his when he was trying to tell a ‘not very true’ story! That smile always gave him away!! ❤️
Rest in peace , Mr. Hinton! We will do our best to help Marilyn out like you always did for us!
Prayers for Marilyn, Darren and Dirk and the rest of his family!
We will sure miss you! Love you!!!

Randy Witwer

November 12, 2020

I had the privilege of working closely with Warren in the early days of the Cummins’ Midrange Engine Project beginning in 1980. He was always congenial and smiling while working on tough engineering issues. My life has been blessed by knowing him, and I will miss thinking of him creating another street rod masterpiece.

Dave & Sheila Shaffer

November 12, 2020

We’ll never forget our time spent together whether it was going out to eat, driving the backroads for a different way home, to our memorable trips to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge together, our motorcycle rides and not to forget camping together when the kids were young. Warren could fix almost anything. He always was there when called upon to come over and help or when asked questions about what to look for when needing help with an automotive issue. He was a likeable person with a kind and giving heart. Everyone that knew Warren will miss him greatly. Prayers for Marilyn and the boys for your loss but know he is with HIM in heaven.

Rachel Reinhart

November 11, 2020

Warren was a very kind man when I was growing up at Bethel Baptist Church! God bless you Marilyn! Prayers! 🙏

Patty Keever

November 11, 2020

I am horned to have had a short time to get to know this Great Man.. He will be missed by many.. My deepest sympathy to All his Family..

Bob Mote

November 11, 2020

Warren and I worked together in the Service Tools department at Cummins. He was one of the best employees Cummins ever had. He and another guy, Ronnie Boyd, in our group, had a lot of fun. I will always remember Warren. We went to St. Louis Cummins Distributor together. On that trip we drove down to see the famous "Arch" on that trip. He was a great guy and I'm sure the family and other Cummins guys will miss him a lot
Sure sorry for your loss.

Bob Mote

Shelli Pritchett

November 10, 2020

What a wonderful man ... my time getting to know him was way too short, but he sure made his way to my heart! "My Girls" is what he called me and Danielle and he was our Daddy Warren! Amazing man gone way too soon. Warren .. maybe one of these days I'll get to go for ice cream in that '37 Impala. : ) My love and sympathy to Dirk, Marilyn and Darren.

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