Stephen Glenn Hinchy

January 26, 1956February 18, 2013

Stephen Glenn Hinchy, 57, Palm Harbor, Florida

Stephen Glenn Hinchy, 57, of Palm Harbor, Florida, formerly of Waldorf, died from complications associated with Multiple Sclerosis on Feb. 18, 2013, at the Countryside Rehab & Nursing Center, Palm Harbor, Fl.

Born January 26, 1956, in Washington, D.C., he was the son of Jack W. Hinchy and the late Betty I. Linnenbrogger Hinchy.

He is a former Thomas Stone HS alumnus. He was proud to have served in the US Marine Corps in the 70's, where he served in the Asian theater. He was also retired from the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, where he continued to serve those in the military and their families.

In addition to his father, he is survived by his son, Matthew Allen Roberts, his siblings, Michael K. of Waldorf; Donna Lee and her husband Ronnie of Slanesville, WV; Barbara Maples of Richmond, Va; Patrick of Tucson, Az; Doug and his wife Maggie of Owings Mills, Md; and numerous nieces and nephews.

He will be entombed at Arlington National Cemetery on a date to be determined, where a private memorial will be held in his honor. The family requests that contributions be made to the National MS Society by phone at (800) 344-4867.


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Mike Hinchy

March 19, 2014

Brother, it has been a year since you left us. The void is large; however the thought that we will be together again makes your absence less painful. Semper Fi...Your Brother...

Debby Moore

March 9, 2013

Steve, I have many cherished memories of growing up across the street from you and your family. May you always be remembered with fondness and love.

Mike Hinchy

March 6, 2013

Big brother, you will be missed and never forgotten. Semper Fi.

Dorothy Grimes

March 5, 2013

Our condolences to Steve's family, loved ones, and his caregivers. Please let us know when arrangements are to be held at Arlington. Dorothy Roberts Grimes, Matthew's Mom.

Donna Lee

February 23, 2013

Peace from pain at last. Love you.

Donna (Hinchy) Lee

February 23, 2013

My brother,my friend,my protector so valently you fought so bravely you suffered. You touched so many,we willspeak of you with pride in our voice and a smile on our face. I will carrie you in my heart so you will always be with me. I love you. Now maybe you will be free of suffering and pain. When i look up to the sky i will smile at you,when you look down smile at me. Finally Rest In Peace

Stephanie Hinchy-Bogan

February 22, 2013

Though you may no longer be with us, you will always be alive in our hearts and memories. You will be deeply missed by those whose hearts and lives you have touched and changed. We are all better for having known and loved you, and that is something that surpasses mortality.