Charles "Chuck" Dent Hinebaugh

Obituaries in Marco Island, FL | Macro Eagle
Obituaries in Marco Island, FL | Macro Eagle

Charles "Chuck" Dent Hinebaugh

Naples, FL - Charles "Chuck" Dent Hinebaugh departed this mortal coil April 26, 2022. Born June 2, 1926, he was happy he had his extended warranty that kept him going for nearly 96 years. He was preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Lillian, who passed August 26, 2009. He leaves two children, Mark and Diana. Charles and Lillian traveled the globe and conquered every continent save Antarctica, which they wisely left for their son to deal with.

No one who ever met Chuck forgot him. Whether he recited you a poem, made a silly pun, or sang you a song, he gave his all to make everyone he met feel special, and as a whole, tried his life entire, to make people happy. In that we can say he succeeded.

His ashes will be spread with his wife's in the wilds, on top of a mountain, in Virginia. So long for now dad.

For online condolences, please visit www.fullernaples.com.

Posted online on May 13, 2022

Published in Naples Daily News

Obituaries in Marco Island, FL | Macro Eagle
Obituaries in Marco Island, FL | Macro Eagle

Charles "Chuck" Dent Hinebaugh

Charles "Chuck" Dent Hinebaugh

Naples, FL - Charles "Chuck" Dent Hinebaugh departed this mortal coil April 26, 2022. Born June 2, 1926, he was happy he had his extended warranty that kept him going for nearly 96 years. He was preceded in death by his wife of 63 years, Lillian, who passed August 26, 2009. He leaves two children, Mark and Diana. Charles and Lillian traveled the globe and conquered every continent save Antarctica, which they wisely left for their son to deal with.

No one who ever met Chuck forgot him. Whether he recited you a poem, made a silly pun, or sang you a song, he gave his all to make everyone he met feel special, and as a whole, tried his life entire, to make people happy. In that we can say he succeeded.

His ashes will be spread with his wife's in the wilds, on top of a mountain, in Virginia. So long for now dad.

For online condolences, please visit www.fullernaples.com.

Posted online on May 13, 2022

Published in Naples Daily News