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Hansel Dwaine Stinnett, age 84, of Springfield, Missouri, passed away February 11th, 2018, in the comfort of his home. Hansel was born in Hot Springs, Virginia to William Grant and Ethel Vivian Stinnett.
After completing High School, Hansel went on to serve in the Air Force for 22 years.
Hansel married Sharon Nipps on March 24th, 2011. He has four children, Curtis, Paul, William, and Robin from his wife, Verlaine.
Hansel is preceded in death by his wife Verlaine, his parents, brothers and sisters, and his daughter Robin.
Hansel is survived by his wife, Sharon; son, Curtis; son, Paul and wife Trulla; son, William and wife Deanna; 9 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.
In his free time he enjoyed visiting with friends, doing yard work, and being with his family.
The visitation will be held Friday, February, 16th 2018 from two to four in the afternoon.
Memorial services will be ministered by Kim Miller at Mansfield Methodist Church on Saturday, February 17th, 2018 at two in the afternoon.
His arrangements have been entrusted to Walnut Lawn Funeral Home DeGraffenreid-Wood-Crematory, Springfield, MO.
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