Guest Book for William Trinton Hooks, Jr.

Provided by Durden-Hudson Funeral Directors

Posted by: Mike & Ellen Rowland
Sun December 15, 2019
So sorry for your loss, Papa T was a class act and LOVED by us and so many more.
Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you and may GOD's blessings be with you, we LOVE y'all!
Mike & Ellen Rowland
Hawhammock Baptist Church
Swainsboro, GA
 

 
Posted by: Joan Poythress
Sun December 15, 2019
Mrs. Inez,

I'm so sorry to hear about Pappa T.  I know your grief is deep.  I rejoice with you that Pappa T is tonight looking on the face of the Father.  I can't imagine his joy.  My prayers are with you for this time.  God is the God of all comfort.  Lean on Him, trusting His plan in all this.  
Know I love you and I will miss Him also.

Joan
 

 
Posted by: Harlan and Carol Calhoun
Sun December 15, 2019
Trinton was a smart, nice, caring Godly man.
 

 
Posted by: jim roberts
Mon December 16, 2019
love and prayers sent to you Ms Inez and family during this difficult time
 

 
Posted by: Edwin Patrick
Mon December 16, 2019
Inez,so sorry to learn of your loss. The three of us grew up together and I have always considered you as my sister and Trinton as my older brother.  Hawhommock will never be the same.  May God bless you.
 

 
Posted by: Vivian Losser
Mon December 16, 2019
All of us who knew Trinton are thankful for having him in our lives. His legacy is the memories we have of him.
 

 
Posted by: Llewelyn Avery Lewis
Tue December 17, 2019
I was saddened to learn that Trinton had passed away. My connection was through his first wife, Elsie. We were in Nursing School together in Savannah in the early '60s. I knew his mother when I was a teenager in High School and we worked together at Darling's Store in Swainsboro. Elise and I were close in school, along with several other students. We all felt like we knew Trinton, as she shared portions of his letters from Germany and tears of concerns re: his military duty. Of course, we all shared her concerns and cried with her.

My love and prayers go out to all family members. Inez, I know this is a sad and difficult time for you and everyone else. As a fellow US Army Veteran, I know Trinton's love for and loyalty to God and Country and that Families Can be Forever. Please share my love and condolences with Terri and Tammy. They probably don't remember me, but I remember them from the time they were babies.