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Delbert Garnand Hinckle Jr.

September 9, 1928November 2, 2020
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Hinckle, Delbert Garnand, Jr., 92, retired accounting and credit manager for the Kansas Turnpike Authority went to be with his Savior, The Lord Jesus, on November 2, 2020. He was born on September 9, 1928 in Topeka, Kansas to Delbert and Fern (Ericsson) Hinckle. He was married for 62 years to Gladys (Reiners) Hinckle, until her passing in 2019. He is survived by their two daughters, Sheila (Robert) Whetstone of Temple, Texas, and Angie (Alan) Herbert of Benton, Kansas. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the family will have a private graveside. Visitation will be on Thursday November 5, 2020 from 5 to 7pm at Hillside Funeral Home, 2929 W. 13th St. N., Wichita, family will not be present. Memorials can be made to Moriah Class Missionary Fund c/o of First Evangelical Free Church or American Kidney Fund.

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Robert Whetstone

November 4, 2020

In the 90's, Sheila, Gladys, Del and I went on an Alaska cruise vacation that following the Klondike gold rush. We started with a 3 day ship cruise through the Alaska in-let passage to Juneau and Skagway. The view was so beautiful on the ship that Gladys did not go to the casino one time... at least that I saw. Next, we boarded a tour bus for a 5 day bus ride that followed the trail the 49'er gold miners took to get to the gold fields in Dawson. The bus driver was a pleasant young kid who I'm sure was told to played the song "North to Alaska" by Johnny Horton every 30 minutes. It was funny because the after the first day it got annoying but, by the time we got to Chicken Alaska we were all mouthing the words. The reason I am telling this story is because it was on this trip on one of the many stop over towns where we ate dinner, Del got a salmon and I got a steak filet. I told him that I had never had salmon. He suggested half my steak filet for half his salmon. It was my first time I had salmon and have loved it ever since. One of the many memories I will have of Del.

Harry Simpson

November 4, 2020

Rest Delbert, until you hear at dawn,
the low, clear reveille of God.

Thank you for your service to this nation.

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