Joanna M. Hinger

April 30, 1935 ‒ December 10, 2015

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Joanna M. Hinger, age 80, of Mount Vernon went to be with her Lord on Thursday, December 10, 2015 at the Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus surrounded by her family.

She was born on April 30, 1935 in Mount Vernon to the late Glenn and Florence (Benge) Davis. She was employed as a house keeper for many years at Kenyon College. Joanna enjoyed camping, and attending Covenant Christian Church where she was a member. But most of all, she loved the time she spent with her family.

She is survived by three daughters, Vicky (Carl) Sapp, Linda Hinger, Judy (John) Francis; nine grandchildren, Jared Hinger, Carrie Hinger, Joshua Hinger, Abbie Hinger, Justin Sapp, Phillip Sapp, Aubry (Joshua) Jacobs, Felicia (Tarlton) Edwards, Jacob (Melissa) Francis; numerous great grandchildren; her sister Norma (Jim) Billings; and special friend Judy Butler.

Besides her parents, Joanna was preceded in death by her husband Carroll Hinger; her sons Jeff and Doug Hinger; her brother Paul Davis; and two sisters, Barbara and Rosella Shock.

Friends may call on Tuesday from 11-1PM at the Covenant Christian Church where a service will follow beginning at 1PM with Pastor Tim Overly officiating.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to: Covenant Christian Church, 13360 New Delaware Rd., Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050.

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  • Linda, Vicky and Judy
    Our prayers are with you and your family.
    Aunt Jo was the best ever.
    I will forever be greatful that she led me to the Lord one night in 1988.
    She will be missed here but was welcomed by everyone in Heaven!

  • Our sincerest condolences. We have wonderful memories of this sweet lady. Prayers for comfort for all of you.
    John & Judy Wilson

  • So sorry for your loss. Joanna used to babysit my son and daughter, and I never had to worry about them. She always remembered us for years after they had grown and would always ask about them. Joanna was a wonderful lady who will be missed by so many.

  • Linda we are so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a great person and we enjoyed her very much. Her and your dad are together again. God bless we love you.

  • I remember your mother from many years ago when they lived in a little apt. Behind the Isley the corner that burned down. She was very sorry for uyour loss. This was late 50 or early 60s.

  • Your family in our thoughts and prayers so sorry for your loss May God bless you all

  • Vicky, Judy, & Linda, so sorry for your loss. I am sure Aunt Jo is really showing that beautiful smile up in Heaven, praying for you cousins, God Bless.

  • We are so sorry to hear of Joanna’s passing our thoughts and prayers to the Hinger family during this difficult time ….May you R.I.P Joanna…..