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Sylvia A. Hinton

October 4, 1948 – December 14, 2023

Sylvia A. Hinton

Sylvia Ann Hinton, age 75, passed away on December 14, 2023. Sylvia was born in Cincinnati, OH to Carl Minda and Mae Minda. Sylvia married Guy Hinton of Cincinnati, OH on June 15, 1968, at St. Paul United Church of Christ. She was a beloved wife of 55 years to her husband Guy and a dear mother of Adrian Hinton. Although she is now with God, Sylvia will forever be the love of Guy’s life.

Sylvia is survived by husband Guy Hinton, son Adrian Hinton, brother David Minda, and numerous friends and family.

She was preceded in death by her wonderful father Carl Minda, mother Mae Minda, and sister Carol Lightfield.

A visitation will be held Saturday, December 23, 2023, from 12:00pm to 1:00pm at the Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231. Follow the blue line once on the grounds of the memorial park. A luncheon will follow at Snow’s Lakeside Tavern.

Sylvia was a kind, gentle woman who will be missed by all who knew her.

Memorial Donations can be made to the Hospice of Cincinnati and the Parkinson’s Foundation.



Saturday, December 23, 2023 at 12:00PM – 1:00PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home

Guest Book

“Sylvia my blind date. You became my everything. I’ll always love you. Guy”

“Sylvia Minda was a blind date arranged for me by friend. We were a couple for the next 58 years and three days when God called her home. She was my everything. We had so many adventures together. I can’t begin to name them all. It was the best blind date that anyone could have imagined. God, thank you.”

“Guy – I was deeply saddened to hear of Sylvia’s passing. I know how deeply you loved her. My thoughts and prayers are with and your son Adrian during this difficult time.”

“I will miss my younger sister Sylvia. She had to deal with a number of health issues in the last half of her life. Her husband Guy was very caring and took wonderful care of Sylvia in her later years. Sylvia was fortunate to have such a loving husband.”

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“Aunt Sylvia was such a beautiful and kind sweet caring woman. Her smile and gentle spirit would light up the room. A true gem that will be missed.”

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“Sylvia truly had a gentle and kind heart. She was a nurse by profession and she took care to nurture others with encouragement. We remember her sweet sense of humor and the way she would endear herself to all. We remember Sylvia with gratitude for all she taught us through her meek and quiet spirit.”

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