In Memory

Kinch Exum - Class Of 1966

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03/27/09 07:04 PM #1    

Scott MacLennan (1969)

I was crazy enough to get in Kinch's hot rod car for a ride! Wheeeew never forget that or Kinch.

04/20/09 10:42 AM #2    

Becky Wallingsford (1974)

I met Kinch through my step father...they had been friends for years, both of them gun enthusiastists. After Kinch moved to Florida, every year I'd go down, I'd call Kinch and he would drive to Panama City and spend the night with us. The last time I spoke with Kinch was when my step father died and I had called Kinch to tell him. Little did I know that 12 days later, Kinch was on his way to meet him in heaven...I sure do miss him. Kinch was truly "one of a kind."

06/22/10 11:02 PM #3    

Brenda Floyd (Underwood) (1969)

Kinch was a great guy!  I always liked him so much and he always had a big smile for me.  He came to the funeral home when my dad passed away along with his little brother Jonathan who I adored also.  Kinch was simply Kinch!  He would give you the shirt off his back if he thought you needed it.  I was very sad to read in the newspaper about his passing.  As his obituary stated he was indeed a very colorful man.  Farewell my dear Kinch!   You made our world a more interesting place by your presence.   Rest in peace.


Brenda Floyd Underwood

02/14/11 05:09 PM #4    

Roger Michael Barbree (1966)

 Great guy Kinch.  We had some times racing back in the 70's.  I'll never forget the ride in the 454 Camaro.  

Always a friend, Always in a good mood.  You are missed.  Mike

03/12/12 08:41 PM #5    

Paula Phillips (1968)

Kinch sat behind me in French and was always late and then would begin asking me to "help" him with the homework, tests and pop questions from Madam Pearson, as he stretched over me to look at my paper. It was so hilarious because he knew as much as I did, and Madam Pearson would just walk over and lecture him while the whole class sat, but never disciplining him. Then he would draw her into a whole conversation about France and Belguim or how to phrase something and the next thing you know,  the bell would ring... what a great memory and a real character. Rest peacefully sweet Prince.

06/03/12 11:15 PM #6    

Ralph E. Barnwell (1969)

I knew Kinch, and his brother Ro for many years.  Although I was closer to Ro, Kinch was alway's there..... smiling, laughing and just being generally silly.  And that's what I remember most of him..... a certain air of "lightness"!  He always knew just what to say (and it was usually way off-base to the moment), and we would all just look at each other and break out in tremendous belly-laugh's!

He had that way.  And we all loved him for it!  I believe Kinch was more "Angel", than human.

Kinch..... you are truly missed.... and still loved by many!!!


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