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Chuck Hinman: His writing exposed the beauty of his nature

'I can think of no greater measure of a man than the depth of love of his son and it's evident that Chuck measured up with the best of who we all strive to be. -JOHN HALSEY

By Jon Halsey

The comment on CM is correct that the passing of Chuck Hinman evokes a sense of deep sadness. His writing not only exposed the beauty of his nature but also evoked a sense of our own human nature waiting to be tapped.

The love and affection he carried for his wife and also the joy and care he evidenced for all who crossed his path seemed to reach a chord of our humanity that is seldom allowed expression in today's technologically fast paced but often isolated society.

I can think of no greater measure of a man than the depth of love of his son and it's evident that Chuck measured up with the best of who we all strive to be.

The world is a better place for having experienced the Chuck Hinmans of our species. -JON HALSEY
Knifley, KY

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