Angus Irving Hines, Jr.

Angus Irving Hines, Jr.

Suffolk , VA
08.07.1923 - 09.24.2019
Birthplace
Suffolk, VA

Angus Irving Hines, Jr., 96,  passed away on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. Born in Suffolk, he was the son of the late Lois H. and Angus I. Hines, Sr.

Mr. Hines was a member of Main Street United Methodist Church, where he had served as chairman of the property, fellowship, ushering committees and member of the Finance Committee. He was a member of the Norfolk Rotary Club, the Quiet Birdmen-Norfolk hanger and the Nansemond River Power Squadron. During WWII he was a radioman in the Merchant Marines.

He was a past president of the Suffolk Rotary Club, the Suffolk Flying Club and had served in the past on the Boards of the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, Crestar Bank-Suffolk Advisory, Suffolk School Board and Suffolk Planning Commission.

Mr. Hines was past president of the Virginia Petroleum Jobbers Association, the Virginia Oil Men’s Association, former board member of the Tidewater Oil Heat Association, the Virginia Oil Fuel Institute and served two terms as National Committee Chairman of the Petroleum Marketers Association of America and served two terms on the Shell Oil, National Jobber Council.

Mr. Hines will be remembered as a remarkable person who was extraordinarily generous. He was an animal lover and an enthusiastic yachtsman with a special love for his yacht  “The Sentry”.

Survivors include his daughters, Ann Russell Mauer of Virginia Beach, Marilyn H. Stulb of Charlotte, NC; sons, A. McCollum Hines of Suffolk, Angus I. Hines, III of Carrollton, VA ; and grandchildren, Eleanor Anne Osteen (Tyler) of Charleston, SC and Genevieve Stulb of Washington, D.C.

A funeral service will be conducted by Rev. Rich Meiser in the Main Street UMC on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 2 PM. Burial will be private at Holly Lawn. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Suffolk Foundation, 110 Finney Ave. Suite 100 Suffolk, VA 23434. Condolences may be registered at RWBakerFH.com.

 
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Main Street United Methodist Church
202 N Main St.
Suffolk , VA 23434
United States

Guestbook

Thank you, Angus, for everything you have done for others, including your generous donation that gave the Suffolk Foundation its start, encouraging the generosity of many within the community to do more. Please say "Hi" to Goo Goo for me.

To Russ, Marilyn, Mac, and Buz , my sincere condolences. Your father was a wonderful man.

Patrick Pierce

Angus, We could walk into a family gathering and I would hear the rich tone of your voice recanting a story from days gone by. Always so colorful , large and full of life...just so YOU. I will miss the visits out in Chuckatuck around the Holidays with Mac. I just know you and daddy are hooting it up in the heavens! Most likely taking Sentry out for a little run about. You will be greatly missed! Love you, Heather

Heather Hines Parsons

We lost a good friend. Angus Hines - The youngest 96 year old we've known.

We shared trips, nice dinners, and he passed along his coined phrases and a love of yachting... He was his own man, and knew nearly everyone (or their family) in every city. While he no longer piloted an airplane (but still had his pilots license), he always wanted to return to the cockpit for one last adventure. He loved his "M/V Sentry" and gracously hosted us a few times. As we were not only his friends, but also his neighbor he often would venture across the hall at the Pilot House and just pop in to have dinner with us or just chat with us on our porch - which he seemed to enjoy. Even after he moved to Harbors Edge, he would still venture over to the Pilot House for a chat or a bite. He certainly made a lasting impression on Bruce Robertson and I and he will be missed. - Thanks for the memories Angus!

Phil Copley

My condolences to Russ, Marilyn, Mac and Buzz. As I told Marilyn its hard to remember back when there was no Angus. He was a steadfast citizen and loved his hometown of Suffolk. He always took time to carry on a conversation and never once did he forget to ask about my family. He was always there to help others in time of need, never asking for thanks. When my son was born, he was the first person to visit my wife in the hospital and as I was an employee of his at the time, he gave me a week off with pay to be with my family. He was a true southern gentleman who will be missed by all who knew him. Calm seas, Angus.

Joe Stone

My condolences to the family and his many friends. He was a good friend when my father and I went into business in Suffolk. He always shopped locally if he could and supported Suffolk in many ways. He was from a lost breed, not to be seen again. You will be missed sir.

robert speer

Angus was a frequent visitor to our USS Wisconsin Radio Club meetings. Although the obituary doesn't mention it among his other accomplishments,Angus was a ham radio operator. W4IKD.We always enjoyed his stories and camaraderie. As he was ways youthful in nature,I thought he was a great role model for us aging senior citizens. We had and always will miss Angus at our Wisconsin meetings. Resquiat in Pace!

Ed Gibbs

Angus and my Father grew up together so this makes me very sad to see. Always so kind to my family. When Angus learned my father had only a few weeks to live he called my Father and said Jack if you had one wish what would it be,just name it.Being the simple man my Father always was he said Angus can we load the family up on the Sentry and take a short spin and within days his wished was granted. We lost a good man . My prayers are with the family and Angus rest in peace Buddy

Chris Oliver

To all of the Hines family, I am sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. I was a long time vendor for the Sentry Food Marts and I appreciate him allowing me to work his stores. Even though I didn’t know him personally, I appreciate the fact that his company allowed me to put my products in his stores. I hope that Mr. Hines will truly Rest In Peace. Most sincerely, Jim of Jim’s Distributing.

Jim Clark

Our deepest sympathy
Our thoughts and prayers are with you

Karen White

Yes, Angus was a fine southern gentleman, an honorable man, and great employer. I worked for Angus with at Smithfield Oil Company in Smithfield, Virginia as a budget manager for B.F. Goodrich Tire Company in the late 50's and early 60's. I always had great admiration and respect for his caring of his employees. I will never forget when I married Ann Crocker in January 1961 that Angus gave me his credit card to use on our honeymoon. Today, and through the years, Ann and I have enjoyed the beautiful candelabra's on our dining room table that Angus gave us as a wedding present. Precious Memories - that warm the heart! With Sincere Sympathy to his family.
JIM LITTEN

Jim Litten

My sincere condolences to the entire Hines family. I was honored to know Angus and to have had many business talks with him. May he Rest In Peace.

Bob Chapman

Dear Hines Family,
On behalf of the City of Suffolk Treasurer's Office, I want to extend to you our sincerest sympathy on the loss of Angus. He was a great man, who was very generous and helpful to so many people. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
Sincerely,
Ronald H. Williams, City Treasurer and Office Staff

Ronald H. Williams

Myra and I send our deepest condolences to the Hine's entire family and closest friends and relatives. Augus did a lot for my career along with Ted, Duncan and Woody. He will be sadly missed and my Augus rest in peace. Thanks for believing in me working for you and the other owners at Greenville Transportation Company.

Cleveland A, and Myra L. Corbin

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