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Benjamin Hinds Jr.Benjamin Hinds, 76, of Quitman, Texas passed away peacefully at his home with his loving family by his side. Visitation for Mr. Hinds will be held on Friday April 2, 2021 at Lowe-Gardner Funeral Home in Quitman from 6:00PM to 8:00PM with services on Saturday April 3, 2021 at Lowe-Gardner Funeral Home at 10:00AM and he will be laid to rest at the Roselawn Cemetery in Mineola, Texas. Ben was born on October 8, 1944 to parents Ben Sr. and Rose (Greco) Hinds in Houston, Texas. He married Kay on October 16, 1962 at Mt. Houston Baptist Church in Houston, Texas and was married for 58 wonderful years. He worked for American National Can for 24 years. Ben was a deacon at Hainesville Baptist Church and treasured every moment he spent growing in his faith, he was a 32nd degree Mason, a member of the Flora Masonic Lodge #119 AF & AM, and a member of the Lake Fork Quitman Car Club. He was a very active member of his community. He will be remembered for his fish fries at the masonic lodge and time spent as the Superintendent of Sunday School at Hainesville. Ben is survived by his wife Kay; daughter Sandra Boudreaux and her husband Patrick of Willis Texas; son Joe Hinds and wife Diane of Quitman; Brothers Russell Hinds and wife Monica of League City, Charlie Hinds and wife Laurie of Quitman; Sister Mariola Smith and husband Lee of Quitman; Grandchildren Nichole Shelby and husband Collin, Katie Boudreaux, Donny Yates; Great Grandchildren Bailey Shelby, Cooper Shelby, Elizabeth Yates; and several nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
TO THE HINDS FAMILY
i know little words written on a page can possibly mean to you at such a time. But i must tell you that you are our thoughts and in our hearts, and prayers. ben was really a true friend and co-worker and will miss the phone calls we had thru the years. rest in peace my friend
bill (oakie)oakes and all your fellow co-workers Apr 5 2021 12:00 AM
My wife , elois and I, Michael spivey worked 11 years at kaiser aluminum with Ben. He was always happy and made us laugh during work. He was a true pleasure to see and be around every day at work. He was a hard worker and a very dedicated family man. He spoke of his wife all the time. He truly loved her . After all these years we often spoke of our days at kaiser aluminum and Ben was always a key figure in our fond memories. Its always tough to lose a good person but GOD was ready for him to come with him as we all must do. So he will live in our hearts and minds until we meet again! May GOD bless his family and give them strength through these difficult times.
Mike & elois spivey Apr 5 2021 12:00 AM
From all your brothers and sisters at Kaiser. American National Can and Rexam. We ended up at Ball for retirement. We will miss you and you have a place in our hearts. George Buck Davis
George Buck Davis Apr 3 2021 12:00 AM