The Athens Review
Christopher Leon Hinkle was born on Nov. 19, 1971 at Methodist Hospital in Dallas. Chris left this world on June 30, 2013 in Tyler.
Chris cherished his family, friends, sports, fishing, shooting guns and making memories with the ones he loved. He was a very kind-hearted person that put a smile on the faces of everyone he met.
Christopher was preceded in death by his wife, Rhonda Teague Hinkle.
Survivors include: his sons, Ryon Hinkle and Robby Hinkle; mother Cyndia Chafin Wilson and husband David Wilson; father Robert Clinton Hinkle; brother Rodney Hinkle and wife Susan Hinkle; nieces, Summer Hinkle, Chloe Hinkle and Mindy Teague Wallace; nephews Clayton Hinkle and Matt Teague; brother-in-law Mark Teague and wife Mary Teague; great-nieces Ashton Wallace and Whitney Coke-Wells; great-nephews Braden Wallace, Cotton Wallace, and Rowdy Teague; as well as many other very close friends that were considered family.
Pallbearers were Russell Caldwell, Jason Parish, Jeff Stockton, Glen Geaslin, Ricky Hoops, Richard Terry, Micah Parish and Jeffery Stockton.