Cole Funeral Home


Doug Hinton

August 5, 1958June 4, 2021

Doug Hinton, 62, of McGregor, Texas passed away Friday, June 4, 2021 in Moody, Texas. Graveside services will be 10:00 a.m. Friday, June 11, 2021 in McGregor Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, June 10, 2021 at Cole Funeral Home McGregor, Texas.

Doug was born on August 5, 1958 to Harlan and Billie (Moore) Hinton in Waco, Texas. He attended McGregor schools and was a longtime resident. Doug worked as a construction worker with Rice Construction. He enjoyed riding his Harley, playing golf, and listening to music. Most of all he loved spending time with his family and being outdoors.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Harlan and Billie Hinton.

Survivors include his twin sons, Kirk Douglas Hinton and James Douglas Hinton, both of Waco; sisters, Gayle Campos and husband, Eswell, of Moody, Stephanie Englutt and husband, Dustin; ex-wife and longtime friend, Micki Wilder of Waco; niece, Juli Campos of Moody; and nephews, Matt and Stelyn.


  • Visitation

    Thursday, June 10, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, June 11, 2021


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Brad Preston

June 15, 2021


You were and will always be a good man in my book, no matter how our mamas let us be as scruffy as we
Like ya friend said in a previous read, you were one of the few I’ve known that didn’t need a handshake when you saw someone you knew and cared about...It was a hug.

Miss ya mama and now will have to miss you too. Not forever man, for a good all men know where to find another good man, when it’s time to rest..

Rest In Peace


Kim Jordan

June 11, 2021

I have always loved you
And I always will.
You own a piece of my heart.
And you always will.
Once a friend then more
But in the end a friend still.
Many of our friends already
Waiting to greet you.
For your eternal ride among
Stars in a midnight sky..
Forever in our hearts until we
All meet again to fly,
Go roar with two strong lungs,
Like the lion you are
Go soar with your hair in the wind.
On a Heavenly Harley made of silver and gold.
Knowing we all loved you and always will.
Till we all meet again.

Love 4ever. Remembering the good times.

Ga.Peach Bowman

June 9, 2021

Well Doug you were the coolest guy I have ever had the pleasure to work with . Sweetest man never said a mean word to me, always came to my rescue . Hell we even hung out together some . Listened to some good ole rock and roll . You even took up for me at work I’ll never forget that , you were the only one that did. I wish I could’ve made that gravy for that we always talked about . Always called and told me happy birthday and Mother’s Day . You will truly be missed . Love you forever , This Ga. Peach

William Farrar

June 8, 2021

I'm real sorry to see you go Doug, you were a real friend to me and we sure shared some good times and great rides together.
In the words of my other brother, Huey,.........
"See ya' down the road!"

Ronnie Bolin

June 7, 2021

Doug and I spent a lot of time together in junior high. Doug lived on a Willow Way and I lived on North Main. We spent most summer nights and a lot of weekends sleeping outside at one of our houses. One of us always took cigarettes from our parents(wonder if they new). After jr high we went our separate ways. No matter when we meet after that it was never a hand shake, it was always a hug. Lots of fond memories of Doug. To the family, please know he was thought of often and always fondly. Love you.

Gerri Denker Hackfeld

June 6, 2021

I knew Doug growing up in McGregor. Our moms were friends and we would go to their house often. Doug was always outside playing or messing with something. As we got into upper elementary we went our separate ways. My sympathy to the family and close friends of Doug. -classmate ‘76 Gerri Denker Hackfeld

Cheri Van Winkle

June 5, 2021

I just remember they were my siblings good friends I was too young to hang with them. We send our condolences and prayers to his family. R.I.P. Doug.

eddie yeager

June 5, 2021

Grew up with this Dude on N Main/Laurel Lane/Willow Way. We fought like cats n dogs most days - Doug being older - kicked my A most times - but we lived ..... We lived a great childhood - without the bumps n bruises - we might as well stayed indoors. This Guy was a Free Spirit from day one - Lived his life as he Felt. Always with a smile and a laugh - would do for you in a pinch. God needed a Rebel more than this earth could offer. Rest Easy - say Hello to those who went Home before us. Rest Easy My Friend. Eddie Yeager

Cheryl VanWinkle

June 5, 2021

Many memories as kids growing up on Willow Way…..The Hintons we’re not just our neighbor…but our family. My deepest condolences to the family for the loss of Doug. RIP my long time friend.