ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Georgia Hinton 76 years old, born on June 14, 1943 and passed away on May 19, 2020 of the covid-19 virus at Delaware County Memorial Hospital, Drexel Hill, PA.  We will remember her forever.
Posted by Dorothy Jones on June 14, 2020
Today is your birthday, June 14, 2020. Wishing you a Happy Birthday in Heaven. You are 77 years old today or should I say young. Love and miss
you my dear sister until we meet again. Love you forever and always. R.I.P.

Your sister, Dottie
Posted by Beverly Wilson on May 26, 2020
I always addressed you as Georgie! I will always keep fond memories in my heart of you. I thought of You and Dottie as my big sister-cousins. We spent
many summers together as children and I will always embrace those memories. It saddens me that you are not here with us. I love you, Georgie. Rest in His Arms!
Posted by Sylvia Hanns on May 25, 2020
First Time meeting my cousin Georgia, I was around 4 or 5 years of age.
She impressed me as a sweet and caring person then.
That day I remember being So Happy. We played all the day long.
60 years later we meet again.
Had a nice visit and she was that precious person I remember.
Rest in peace and continue to love the Lord.
Will love you always.
Posted by Jonathan Held on May 25, 2020
Georgia was always a welcome presence. She filled the room with calm, with joy, with acceptance and peace. She was able to communicate so much with just her eyes and her expressions. I always felt unconditionally loved. But most of all, she had the best laugh on earth. Her laughter would just fill me with happiness, in a way which no other person's laughter has ever done.
Posted by Jim Szczepaniak on May 24, 2020
Georgia,
Love you and miss you. Rest in peace. I look forward to seeing you in the Resurrection. I always looked forward to seeing you at the Feast or at church in Philly - greeted by your delightful big smile and big hug (and big hats!)
Posted by Steve And Rhonda Diggins on May 23, 2020
We loved our Sabbath visits after services with our dear sweet Georgia! She had such a love for God and that’s how we met, oh so many years ago.
Georgia always had a big smile and her eyes would light up when she saw you. She had the patience of Job while we tried to figure out what it was that she wanted to tell us, especially as she lost the use of her arms, then her hands and fingers.
She brought us great joy whenever we were with her and loved hugs and kisses!
We will remember those times when we got a little goofy and her laughter came afterwards.
Georgia was our sister and we loved her and will miss her.
We are thankful Georgia is at peace now.
We look forward to when we will see her again.
Posted by Joyce Ellison on May 23, 2020
My dear sweet friend,Georgia. I cannot think of her without remembering her warmth and sincerity. She always greeted us with smiles and hugs. The first time I met her was when United Church of God was meeting on Arch St. in Philadelphia. Through all the years, she and I continued to maintain our friendship. I cherish the memories of our Sunday discussions, primarily regarding the Sabbath sermons. The joy and enthusiasm of gathering at The Feast of Tabernacles was also a highlight. Once she lost the ability to speak, email was our main source of communication. Georgia, the beautiful lady with the beautiful hats and smile. I will miss her. ❤️❤️ My life was enriched by her presence. 
Posted by Jeffrey Brown on May 23, 2020
It’s not easy to describe in a few words a person who, for about 15 years, made a tremendous impact on my life. Georgia never greeted me with just “hello,” but with a big smile and a big hug. There was never any doubt she was absolutely delighted to see me. We always parted in the same way—never with just “good-bye,” but with another smile and hug—and the moments in between were filled with laughter, fun, and at times, poignant conversations. Georgia lived for the moments she could spend with those she loved (which as far as I could tell, was everybody). Even when she could no longer speak, she continued to smile and laugh, and brighten the lives of those around her. When confined to a wheelchair in ManorCare, she continued to share her loving light, and despite her own suffering, found new ways to bring moments of joy to people who are sorely hurting. There isn’t a room or hallway that didn’t brighten when Georgia was in it. She was an incredible example of giving and out-going love. She truly lived Proverbs 18:24, and she is my sister, whom I eagerly look forward to seeing again.
Posted by Elizabeth Kopey on May 23, 2020
I never knew Ms. Georgia personally but she was my sister in the faith. Considering how long she suffered and fought the good fight of faith I love and admire her for that. Someday I hope to meet her and tell her what a wonderful example she left as a Christian Soldier. May God comfort her family in this time of loss. My husband Basil also sends his condolences to her family.
Posted by Beverly Butler on May 22, 2020
To the family and friends of Georgia Hinton:

I didn't have the pleasure of knowing Georgia personally. However, reading the many loving comments contained here, I wish I had met her. I'm sure I missed out on coming to know such a wonderful lady!

I extend heartfelt sorrow for her health struggles and consequent passing. May God help you to take comfort in the beautiful memories you have of her.
Posted by Patricia Mendoza on May 22, 2020
To my Beloved Georgia i will truly miss you. I have met a lot of angles and none of them had wings, but the Lord Blessed me with two,you and Dottie. I enjoyed your friendship at Manorcare. You were the best roommate. I convinced you into watching the stories with and you shared your food and candy. You will be missed.
Posted by Nell Roemer on May 22, 2020
Sweet Georgia. I am so grateful for the time I knew her, and give my condolences to Dottie & Melvin, and Georgia's family for their loss. So many memories packed in to the last few years - I didn't know Georgia when she could talk, so the memories aren't stories of the past or who Georgia was with a history. Just Georgia in the present. Gentle and kind, but with an iron will and fiery disposition. So full of class and poise. A lot of hugging. A lot of bent over, can't breathe, laugh til you cry moments - especially physical humor, when i'd miss her mouth and pour Ensure down her front, or I'd trip over her feet and fall in her lap - to the end, she was still able to laugh at the absurdity of her situation. Her memory will forever be a blessing to me and my family. 
Posted by Julie Brown on May 22, 2020
Georgia was very precious to me. She listened in a way no one else could. And her hugs were legendary. Just a gentle embrace, long and steady. As if to somehow give me strength. I know now that she has only peace and comfort ahead of her. Most of all she was so very loved - as a dear sister. Not only by me, but a throng of brethren. Rest well, until we meet again. I'll miss our silly adventures.
Posted by Joanne Grace on May 21, 2020
Georgia,
I only knew you for a short while, but came to love you. It will not be the same going to work and not visiting with you every week. You became my friend. I always felt happy and at peace after seeing you. I loved your smile and laugh. I admired your strength and your love for God, it never changed. Your were amazing. I will never forget you. I will miss you.
Posted by Nancy Candie on May 21, 2020
You & the good times will never be forgotten
Posted by Elizabeth Graves on May 21, 2020
Her life was a blessing - loved beyond words. She will be missed.
Posted by Dorothy Jones on May 19, 2020
To my dear sister, Georgia:
You fought a great fight passed away because of Covid-19. You will be truly missed and I love you very much. You will always be in my heart. The Lord took you home to rest. R.I.P.

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Posted by Dorothy Jones on June 14, 2020
Today is your birthday, June 14, 2020. Wishing you a Happy Birthday in Heaven. You are 77 years old today or should I say young. Love and miss
you my dear sister until we meet again. Love you forever and always. R.I.P.

Your sister, Dottie
Posted by Beverly Wilson on May 26, 2020
I always addressed you as Georgie! I will always keep fond memories in my heart of you. I thought of You and Dottie as my big sister-cousins. We spent
many summers together as children and I will always embrace those memories. It saddens me that you are not here with us. I love you, Georgie. Rest in His Arms!
Posted by Sylvia Hanns on May 25, 2020
First Time meeting my cousin Georgia, I was around 4 or 5 years of age.
She impressed me as a sweet and caring person then.
That day I remember being So Happy. We played all the day long.
60 years later we meet again.
Had a nice visit and she was that precious person I remember.
Rest in peace and continue to love the Lord.
Will love you always.
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Shared by Dorothy Jones on June 20, 2020
We are attending Bertha (Bertie) Arnold's husband (Floyd) memorial service in New York. Dottie, our Cousin Thurman (her son), Bertie in red hat, our Cousins (her daughters), Cynthia, Sylvia and my sister, Georgia in the straw hat.
Shared by Dorothy Jones on June 20, 2020
Atlantic City, New Jersey back in 1957, Dottie, my grandmother, Georgia J. Harris, my grandmother sister's Ethelene Joyner and Lovia Joyner Brown and my sister, Georgia. 
We always had fun when going to Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Shared by Dorothy Jones on June 20, 2020
Some of Georgia's classmates (1961).Harold Price, Mary Brook Newby, Effie Huggins Hardy, Denise Mason, Sarah Hardy and Joshua Shears. Grand Class Reunion held at Surry Parks & Recreation, Surry, Va.