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Catherine Hinton

June 24, 1932 - February 17, 2021
Immanuel Lutheran Church
605 S Walnut St
Seymour, IN 47274
Thursday 2/25, 9:30 am - 10:30 am
Immanuel Lutheran Church
605 S Walnut St
Seymour, IN 47274
Thursday 2/25, 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery
325 Vehslage Road
Seymour, IN 47274

Catherine Hinton, 88, of Seymour, passed away On February 17, 2021 at Lutheran Community Home in Seymour. In 1932, she was born to the late Theodore Schulte and Emma (White) Schulte. She spent her entire life in Seymour and was a graduate of Shields High School. Catherine was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church whereContinue Reading

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Sue Noble left a message on February 23, 2021:
Catherine and I worked together at Exit 76 Antique Mall for almost 6 years. She was a joy to be around. We became friends. I loved her vibrant personality. She was a sweet person to be around. She was dependable and a hard worker. We ventured a trip to Nashville, IN on a bright sunny day and We had such a wonderful time. My husband and I was just speaking of her yesterday. He said when they owned the gun shop in Seymour, he remembered how friendly she was when he would just go in and look around. I was sad to read in the paper today that she passed. She will be missed.
Peggy Wilder left a message on February 21, 2021:
Catherine was wonderful sister-in-law. We shared many memories of trips back and forth between North Carolina and Seymour. One of the fondest memories was the three week trip Catherine, Bobby and Manly and I made out west in 1998. I thanked her manly times for the devoted care she gave my brother Bobby during his illness. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends. Peggy Wilder
Ashley Cordeiro left a message on February 20, 2021:
Aunt Catherine, I always looked forward to coming for a visit at Thanksgiving every year. It was a long trip from Virginia to Seymour but I couldn't wait to be there and visit with you, Uncle Bobby, Mike, Greg and Tommy. Some of my favorite memories were getting to have snickerdoodle cookies, seeing you make homemade noodles and being a helper in the kitchen to make our Thanksgiving meal. I loved our shopping trips to downtown Seymour and Brown County. I hated that we lived so far away but I will always treasure our visits up there and of course when you guys came to see us down at Gwynn's Island. We enjoyed fishing, catching crabs and of course having Grandma make her famous crab cakes. The memories I have sometimes cause a tear or two but I wouldn't trade them for the world. I will never forget you. Every time I see you in a picture you are smiling. You were always happy and fun to be around. The last time I saw you was when Uncle Bobby passed away and we were able to drive up for the funeral. I brought my now husband along and he still talks about how welcoming you were. He only knew you a short time but said you were an amazing lady. The boys were so blessed to grow up with parents like you and Uncle Bobby. You made all three of them amazing men. You are at peace now and back with your "Bob" where we know you wanted to be. We love you and will always keep you close at heart! Ashley Cordeiro
Beth Hinton left a message on February 20, 2021:
Catherine was an incredible sister-in-law. Oh how I enjoyed those visits to Indiana. You would walk in her house to the smells of snickerdoodle cookies baking, homemade noodles, dressing and her famous mac-n-cheese. While Bobbie and my husband Jerry were out hunting, we would sit around the table for hours talking. Usually one of her friends would stop by for a visit. Because of Catherine and Bobbie, Jerry and I got to attend things like Friendship, the Indianapolis 500 Race and the Octoberfest. These are good times I will never forget. Rest in peace Catherine, we will see each other again one day. We know you are in the presence of your Lord. You are another angel in Heaven to watch over us. We will never forget you. I am so thankful for the videos and pictures Mary Applegate shared so that I will have memories to look through over time. Love you Gal. My thoughts and prayers go out to Mike, Greg, Tommy, family and friends. Beth Hinton
Olivia Hinton left a message on February 20, 2021:
I have fond memories of my sister-in-law, Catherine Hinton, her husband Bob, and their children as well. We enjoyed the beaches here in Portsmouth and our visits together in Indiana. Our children loved to visit them. Catherine was a very gracious hostess. I pray God’s blessings on the family, and I lift them up in my prayers. Much love, Aunt Libby Hinton
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Diane Zumhingst-Scott left a message on February 20, 2021:
Sorry about the passing of your mother Boys, She was a very sweet lady. And I know she will be missed. She always kept you three in line. Love You’re Cousin Diane Zumhingst-Scott
Mary Applegate left a message on February 19, 2021:
Catherine, was my neighbor for 49 years, her and Bob was one of the best neighbor anyone could have. I enjoyed the times i went over at night and set with her and watch the wheel of fortune with her. She would say we needed to go and be on the show. We worked puzzles together. She was a dear friend to me and Andy. I will miss her deeply. I love going to the nursing home and setting with her and working puzzles with her and the other lady's. Mike ,Greg ,Tom and family you all are in my thoughts/ prayers'. I love everyone of you. I will always remember all the times i spent with Catherine .she will always hold a place in my heart .rest in peace my friend
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