Jack Hines

Jack Allen Hines

January 26, 1933 - September 5, 2020
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Jack Allen Hines, 87, of Marysville, went to be with the Lord early Saturday, September 5, 2020 at Walnut Crossing.
A devoted husband, loving father and grandfather, Jack was also a man of deep faith. Having a strong work ethic, he not only taught his children about being a Christian, he also taught them to get something accomplished every day. He also enjoyed farming, gardening and was a faithful member of Bible Baptist Church in Marysville.
A graduate of York Center High School, he went on to serve his country in the United States Air Force during the Korean War. After returning from the service, he worked at O.M. Scott’s for a few years before going to work as a timekeeper at Whirlpool Corp. in Marion for 29 ½ years, retiring in 1994. Still wanting to be busy, he went back to work for Scott’s at the seed store for another 12 years.
Born January 26, 1933 in West Mansfield, he was the son of the late Dewey and Christina (Allen) Hines. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by a son, Tom Hines in 2011; his sisters Nancy Davis and Janice (Carroll) Temple and his brothers, Dick and Tony Hines.
On July 31, 1955 at the Bethel Church in West Mansfield, he married his wife of over 65 years, Anna Mae (Grose) Hines, and she survives in Marysville. He is also survived by his children, Jackie (Russell) Johnson of Lewisburg, KY, Sandy (Donald) Sharp of Prospect and Tim (Sheila) Hines of Raymond; grandchildren, Jeremy (Shannon) Young, Jennifer Sharp, Laura Sharp, Audra (Charley) Garwood, Nate Hines, Mariah Hines and Noah Hines; a great grandchild, Tommy Young; step grandchildren, Daymon (Dana) Johnson and Danny Johnson; a brother, Jim (Rita) Hines of Hilliard; a sister, Diane Hines of Richwood; a brother-in-law, Larry Davis; sisters-in-law, Miriam Hines and Kathy Hines along with numerous nieces, nephews and other extended family. The family would also like to thank Walnut Crossing and Vitas Hospice for their kind and compassionate care.
Services will be held privately for the family with Pastors Jeremy Stout and Danny Grose officiating. Burial will follow at York Cemetery where military honors will be conducted by the Union County Honor Guard. Arrangements are being handled by Wilson Funeral Home, Mannasmith Chapel 621 W. Fifth St. Marysville. Memorial contributions can be made to the Bible Baptist Church Building Fund or Vitas Hospice in care of the funeral home. Condolences may be sent to the family at
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    York Cemetery
    York Center, OH
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Renee Rosebrook

Posted at 12:05pm
Hines Family:
When I saw Jack's obituary this morning it brought tears to my eyes. Please accept my condolences. Growing up in a small town I was blessed to have some special people in my life. Jack and Anna Mae Hines are definitely at the top of that list! Later in life I would get a chance to talk to Jack on a regular basis at The Scotts Company store. I am honored and blessed to have known Jack. He was truly a blessing in my life. Big hugs from the brat down the street!

Sincerely, Renee Rosebrook

Bernie Dana

Posted at 12:38am
Anna Mae,

It was so good to see Jack and you at the Memorial Gables while visiting Sue last year. Ruth Ann shared the obituary. I still have fond memories of the two of you from so long ago while we were at Glad Tidings Assembly. One of those memories was Jack joining in with us high school kids for a Sunday afternoon basketball game out at Spurgeons. We were amazed at how well the "old man" at age 27-28 played! My condolences on the loss of a great man and husband.

Bernie Dana

jan jacobs dunn

Posted at 07:32pm
My Sympathies to all the Hines family and especially Anna Mae and Diane. When Life's circle closes we have the closeness of a Life of Memories of family and friends. I have memories of the Hines family at York, especially their always beautiful voices. My Larry had always favored a quote from Golfer Arnold Palmer. 'Don't be sad that it over - but be Glad that it Happened'. Anna Mae and Diane I would love to have a phone call sometime. I am in the phone book

Lynn and Helen Slemmons

Posted at 07:28am
We are so sorry to hear of Jacks death. Our deepest sympathy to the Hines family. May he Rest In Peace. God Bless.

Lynn and Helen Slemmons

Rita Rubeck Headington Parker

Posted at 07:33pm
Jack was always so friendly and had a warm smile for everyone. To Jack's Family - remember all of the happy times spent together and cherish all the lasting memories you made together. With my sincere sympathy for your loss,
Rita Rubeck Headington Parker

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