Your boundless capacity to see Gods beauty in others is infectious as endearing..
I miss seeing your cheeky smile, endless stories of family and friends which made the world a smaller warmer place.
You have made your transition and your spirit and soul will never leave us, I'm proud to call you my Daddy and friend whose vision, steadfastness taught us how to love, how to live our values and what truly matters in life.
Daddy lived his life to the full and challenged his Parkinson’s disease with dignity, bravery, humour and a fitness regime which included touching his toes over 220 times daily. He walked with subtly, daintily and with a rhythm that was almost orchestral. He drew strength in faith, love and that Amity Hall Moneague spirit.
He strongly believed in community and helping others thus he would view it a pleasure to ask for donations of any amount of monies toParkinson’s UK in his name.
Herman Hinds was born in Jamaica on March 23, 1932. He is much loved and will always be remembered by all his friends and family.