Betty Jean Hinkle
March 8, 1930 – April 13, 2020
Mrs. Betty Jean Hardee Hinkle, 90, went to be with her Lord Monday, April 13, 2020 following a brief illness.
Betty was born in High Point, March 8, 1930 a daughter of the late Scarborough and Fannie Younts Hardee. She retired from North State Telephone after 38 years of service. Betty loved working in her yard and shopping. Betty was a long time member of Lebanon United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by the love of her life, Kenneth Hinkle, to whom she was married 63 years and a brother, Joe Hardee.
Surviving are a daughter, Penny Simmons and husband Warren; granddaughter, Heather Rand and husband Ryan; great-granddaughter, Kaitlyn Rand; a sister, Ann Osborne; and several nieces, nephews and sisters in law.
A private graveside service will held at Floral Garden Park Cemetery by Pastor Timothy James. Memorials may be directed to Lebanon United Methodist Church or to Hospice of the Piedmont. The family wishes to express their gratitude to Betty's neighbors and especially to Matthew Cantrell. Online condolences may be made at davisfuneralsandcremations.com.
- Scarborough & Fannie Younts Hardee, Parents (deceased)
- Kenneth Hinkle, Husband (deceased)
- Penny Simmons & husband Warren, Daughter
- Heather Rand & husband Ryan, Granddaughter
- Kaitlyn Rand, Great Granddaughter
- Ann Osborne, Sister
- Joe Hardee, Brother (deceased)
- Mrs. Hinkle is also survived by several nieces, nephews and sister-in-laws.
Learn more about the Hinkle name
- Lebanon United Methodist Church
- Hospice of the Piedmont
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Betty Jean Hinkle
April 17, 2020
Betty was a good friend and wonderful neighbor. Thanks to the support of you (her family), she was able to spend most of her time at home. This was very important to her and she told Judy & I often how much her family did to make this possible. We got a new pup about 5 years ago and when it came time to come up with a name, Betty wanted it to be 'Elvis' due to his thick, black hair and her fondness of Mr. Presley. We eventually decided on 'Munki' but that Betty could call him 'Elvis' on our visits (which she always did). She was very proud of her family and shared many memories with us. Always kept us up to date on Kaitlyn's golfing news and I will be keeping an eye out for Kaitlyn to show up on a college team and then maybe even the LPGA.
Betty had a lot of pain and discomfort in her last years and at least now she can be at peace. We will miss her.
April 15, 2020
Penny, I have wonderful memories of your mother. She had a great laugh! How fortunate you were to be raised by two loving and generous parents. Sending prayers and blessings to you and your family. Carol Bull