Johnnie Carl Hines Jr


April 21, 1967 - September 6, 2019


Johnnie Carl Hines Jr, age 52 of Sioux Falls, SD passed away on Friday September 6th, 2019.

Johnnie was born to Patricia and Johnnie Carl Hines Sr. on April 21st, 1967 in Waterloo, Iowa, where he later graduated from East High School 1985.

Johnnie was a man of God and practicing member of The Center of Life Church in Sioux Falls, SD. He owned his own business, “Hines Shines”, also located out of Sioux Falls and was a devoted collector of many items. He spent countless hours searching flea markets, rummage sales, and garage sales searching for antiques and other collectibles. Among his many hobbies, which included basketball, bicycling, and other various physical activities, he was a previous member of the ski team at Catfish Bay in Sioux Falls. Johnnie was also a yearly rider in Ragbri and a world traveler, with one of his most memorable excursions being to Thailand. He was also an avid fan of Star Wars and Star Trek and even attended Space Camp in his life.

Johnnie was well known for his huge heart, sense of humor, and infectious laugh. He lived his life to the fullest and will be sorely missed by those who knew him.

Johnnie was preceded in death by his father, Johnnie Carl Hines Sr., in 2008.

He is survived by his mother, Patricia Ann Hines; sisters, Brenda Hines, Bridget (Raymond) Fish, and Louise Hines; brother, Joey Hines; nieces and nephews, Faye (Frank) Kucera, Isaac (Dezerae) Fish, and Brooke Fish; great-nephews, Caleb Banker and Cole Banker; and great-niece Minerva Fish.

Services will be held at Center of Life Church (2100 S. Summit Ave. Sioux Falls, SD) at 2:00 PM October 12th.

“So you will understand when I say, Death is that state in which one only exists in the memory of others...which is why it is not an end. No goodbyes, just good memories.”

Tasha Yar (Star Trek: The Next Generation)

Memorials may be directed to Bittner Funeral Chapel, Attn: Hines Family, 805 W Havens Ave, Mitchell, SD 57301.


None Scheduled


Saturday, October 12, 2019
2:00 PM
Center of Life Church
2100 S. Summit Ave
Sioux Falls, SD 57105

Posted by Maureen Koch on October 16, 2019
My deepest sympathy. I was shocked to have just heard of John's passing. John cleaned our windows. He had a great sense of humor and did a great job everytime he cleaned. I feel awful about not knowing. My prayers to him, his family and friends.
Posted by Dan and Cindy Streitz on October 13, 2019
I Dan have known John for about 30 years. We met playing basketball in church tournaments. We both loved the sport. He played on our church team (Mpls South church) for 5-6 years. We developed good friendship. He would come to my home in Northfield MN to stay at my house and we would go skiing, go to the Mall of America, Renaissance Festival and watch movies he would bring along. I talked to him on the phone just a week or so before his passing. Needless to say I was shocked. My wife and I will miss your zest for life, your love for Christ, your friendship and your fun loving wit and humor. It truly was a blessing to know you and to be your friend. See you soon in Gods Kingdom. My condolences to John’s family and friends.
Posted by Mark Dale on September 27, 2019
You are my Christian brother. You were coming to the WY mountains to visit us after Labor Day and never heard from you. Called your sister who informed me. You will be missed. Lots of laughter over the years. See you above. Mark
Posted by Julie Koth on September 26, 2019
Such a hard worker. He cleaned my windows at my business and my house. Always did a great job. May god bless him and his family.
Posted by Anna Camp Robinson on September 26, 2019
Taken in such a tragic way. I only knew him when he was very young. Please God, grant everyone peace in this loss
Posted by Kelly Gross on September 24, 2019
I was one of John’s many clients in Mitchell. He took time every month to sit at my desk, eat more then a few Hershey kisses and visit for five or ten minutes. A lot of business owners in Mitchell appreciated his work and will miss his visits. My prayers go out to his family.
Posted by Brooke Fish on September 22, 2019
John was an amazing person. He had the best sense of humor and always made the room light up when he entered. His laughter was so contagious. I will always cherish all the memories we had. He was the best uncle any kid could ask for. Love you John. Until we meet again ❤
Posted by Faye kucera on September 22, 2019
I will always remember his smile n laugh...he taught me so much
Posted by Barbara Mitchell Clouse-Rud on September 22, 2019
Johnnie was a fun to be around boy when we were children. We lost touch as adults, but we when we did see each other he was still smiling and laughing and left me with good memories. He will be missed.
Posted by Cole banker on September 22, 2019
John will always be missed by everybody who knew him
Posted by Patricia Hines on September 22, 2019
Let's remember John for the light he left in people life. He light our life's mom.
Posted by Patricia hinse on September 22, 2019
The world is a enter and a longing place with out John. I will miss him for every. Love mom.
Posted by Brenda Hines on September 22, 2019
U will always missed
I love you am glad you were my brother
Until the next time John
Posted by Louise Hines and bill henson on September 20, 2019
Louise and bill miss ,bill really like my brother john
Posted by Louise hines on September 20, 2019
He was my sweet loving brother. He always make me smile. I love him very much. He will always be very sweet brother.
Posted by Reva and Jimmy Vaughn on September 19, 2019
Johnnie will be remembered by his smile and sense of humor.
He could make a person feel so good about their self. We love him then and we’ll love him until we meet him again.
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