Clifford D. Hinkens
January 2, 1931 - October 17, 2020
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Due to current conditions, a private funeral service for Cliff is being held.

Clifford (Cliff) D. Hinkens, 89, passed away peacefully to his eternal home in heaven due to complications of COVID-19 after a 5-year battle with Alzheimer’s Disease on October 17, 2020. Cliff was born in Pearson, WI on January 2, 1931 to the late Henry and Contessie (Erb) Hinkens.  He married the love of his life, Joyce…

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Marty and Linda Nackers left a message on October 21, 2020:
Rest In Peace to a dear friend and coach. We were blessed to know and have many great memories of Cliff. Our prayers go out to the Hinkens family.
Jeffrey Janusz left a message on October 20, 2020:
Lori and I were sad to hear of Cliff's passing. Cliff and I hit it off right away when Bruce introduced me to him ! He was always smiling and quite the joke teller. Right up my alley. He made me feel at ease when I was at the house visiting, like one of the family. He was great. Painting with him was a treat. Stories and jokes made the days go fast. Had quite a few dinners with him and the boys too ! You will be missed Cliff......... Jeff ( Zuke ) and Lori Janusz
Steve Hermes left a message on October 20, 2020:
I worked with Cliff at Wrightstown for eight years and also happens to be my Aunt Mary Ann's brother. Cliff always had a great sense of humor and was intensely interest in sheapshead and sports. I always organized a fun basketball game of staff against the eighth graders who always thought they could beat us old men and women, but never did. Cliff (the oldest faculty member playing) was our ace in the hole. He didn't want to run up and down the court, so he stationed himself about 25 feet from the basket on offense. When we would feed him the ball, he'd swish 'em every time. I especially remember (1983) when we played Joel's team (which turned out to be probably the best WHS high school team of all time. Although guarded closely, I think by Joel, Cliff netted the winning basket with three seconds on the clock. My thoughts are with all of you.
Phyllis Hinkens left a message on October 19, 2020:
I am so sorry on the loss of your dad! He was a great person! I will have a Mass said for him here at Sacred Heart. I just lost my oldest sister in August, she was 90 yrs old. I have now lost 3 siblings. There are 3 of us left now. I am now the oldest. Love, Phyllis
Terry Coenen left a message on October 19, 2020:
My sympathies to the entire family. I always enjoyed class, a game of horse or a good chat with Mr. Hinkens. He was a friend and a teacher to me. Terry Coenen
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Brian and Peggy Hermann left a message on October 19, 2020:
So sorry to hear about “Mr” Hinkens as we had to call him in school. Just hearing his name again brings back lots of memories from grade school on. Our condolences Brian & Peggy
Mary VandeHey Kussow left a message on October 19, 2020:
To the Hinkens family. My sincere condolences. Your Dad was truly one of the great guys and I was one of those who was told to take a trip on all fours and I still think he was the best.
Karen polley left a message on October 19, 2020:
RIP my dear cousin, you will be greatly missed. I will cherish all the memories we shared. Condolence for all of the Polley family.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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