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Paul Hinman sends letter of thanks to editor, CM readers

Robert Stone, who sends Chuck Hinman's stories to ColumbiaMagazine, received this letter from his son on Thursday, December 22, 2011
Dear Mr. Stone,

On behalf of my family I wish to extend to you and your faithful readers of Columbia Magazine Online our most sincere thanks and gratitude for faithful thoughts and prayers for my Dad Chuck Hinman. Just to let you and your readers know, I promised my Dad some time ago that I would compile and publish his stories not found in his first book, "It's Just Me." I will do that for him, in his honor.

Words cannot express the joy it brought my Dad to see his writings published beyond our Oklahoma borders! For that, I and my family are truly grateful.

May this holiday season bring all of you rich blessings from above.

Sincerely yours,
Paul Hinman
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Chuck Hinman, Bartlesville, OK (1922-2011), long-time resident of Bartlesville, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Thursday, December 15, 2011.



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