Created August 27, 2018
This eternal flame burns forever
in remembrance of CW Hinton
July 12, 1935 - March 6, 2022
C.W. Hinton, 86, joined our Lord and Savior, Sunday, March 6, 2022. He was the
proud, loving, and spoiled husband of Betty Hinton. They shared 68 years of
Born in Caraway, Arkansas, he was the son of Aaron and Pearl Hinton. He
attended Caraway High School and worked as a driver for Exxon and Time
Freight Co. until his retirement in 1984. His time in retirement was spent
traveling with his wife across the country as active members of the Good Sams
Camping Club and supporting Special Olympics events. Most mornings he could
be found with his coffee buddies doing crossword puzzles and solving the
world's troubles. C.W. Hinton was a faithful Christian man, worshiping at the
Missouri Street church of Christ. He loved to fellowship and encourage everyone
he met. He had a heart for sharing God's Word, and mission work was a major
part of his life's purpose. Alongside his wife, he spent countless summers in New
Mexico building and supporting Crownpoint church of Christ. He will be
remembered for his encouraging spirit, his kindness, his hugs, his unique humor,
and his devotion to God and his family.
He is survived by his spouse, Betty; children, Glenda Hicks and Sue Lane
(Allan); his grandchildren, Dwayne Hicks (Andrea), Marcia Lane, and Jennifer
Clothier (Tye); his great grandchildren, Cameron Hicks, Austin Clothier, and
Makayla Clothier; his brother-in-love Orlan Abernathy (Molly); and numerous
nieces and nephews who considered him their father-figure and confidant. He
was preceded in death by his parents and his siblings, Roy, Claudene, N.J., and
Reuben, and his son-in-law, Arnold Hicks.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations to the Missouri Street
Church of Christ Mission Fund, West Memphis Christian School, or Crowley's
Ridge Academy in Paragould
Memorial Services for C. W. Hinton will be Thursday evening, March 10, 2022,
at Roller Citizens Funeral Home in West Memphis.Visitation will be from
5:00 - 7:00 PM with the memorial following at 7:00 PM
Though He's gone, He is not forgotten.
Though absent, He remains in spirit.
Though once a worker, He now rests.
by The Arkansas Good Sams
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