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James David Hinkle was born July 20, 1942 in Tucumcari, New Mexico to Ray Clarence and Vera (Harp) Hinkle. He passed away December 11, 2011 at his home in Marshall, Oklahoma at the age of 69 years.



As a child he and his family moved from New Mexico to Oklahoma City and he attended and graduated from John Marshall High School. He joined the U.S. Army and served as a Medic and was later Honorably Discharged. David then married the love of his life, Linda Grady in Miami, Oklahoma in 1964. They moved to California and he worked as a milkman for Carnation Milk Company for 15 years. They returned to Oklahoma in 1976 and he worked for Meadow Gold Milk Company for several years. In the early 80’s he took a job at Schwartz Ready Mix during the day and attended Ministry School in the evening. He became an Evangelist and traveled all over the world as a Missionary. In 1988 he became the pastor of Gospel Lighthouse Assembly in Marshall. He served on the board of the House of Prayer Ministries in Enid. He enjoyed camping, fishing, and riding motorcycles. He also loved spending time with the grandkids.



Survivors include his wife Linda of the home; mother, Vera Hinkle of Las Vegas, NV; daughter, Nina Figgins and husband Carl of Crescent; son, James Hinkle and wife Desiree of Enid; sister, Betty Shields of Las Vegas, NV; four grandchildren, Cayla, Cambry, and Nadaley Figgins and Kale Hinkle. He is preceded in death by his father, Ray Clarence and brother Claude Ray Hinkle.



Funeral services will be 11:00 A.M. Thursday, December 15, 2011 at the Gospel Light House Assembly in Marshall with Brother Lloyd Avery officiating. Burial will follow in the South Marshall Lions Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Abernathy Aaron Funeral Home in Crescent.

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