In Memory

Rosalyn Marie Frame (Hinson)

Rosalyn Marie Frame (Hinson)


HINSON, ROSALYN MARIE - age 61, of Corryton, went home to be with the Lord on September 30, 2014, after a long battle with ovarian cancer. She was a tax professional and instructor for H & R Block, but her love and passion was horses and teaching, especially youth. She was a coach, a mother, a wife, a teacher, a trainer, and a mentor. Her creed was that some people were put on this earth to take care of animals, and she was led to horses. She is preceded in death by mother, Edith Frame; daughter, Meredith Marie Hinson. Survived by husband, Tim Hinson; father, Russell E. Frame. 

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01/25/15 11:31 AM #1    

Carolyn Guerin (Godwin)

This is so sad. We were good friends when younger. I have the same love of horses and Rosalyn had horses back then and I was so happy each time she invited me to come ride. I remember this one horse she had did not like to be caught. After trying to round it up, it turned on a dime and kicked me in the back of the arm which sent me sailing across the ground. I was in such shock that I just laid there for a minute. Her mother and her thought I was a gonner. I finally got up and was taken to the doctor and had to wear a sling for a while. For a while I had a horseshoe shape mark on the back of my arm She was one of the reasons I went on in life with the goal of owning my own horses. I got that wish when I moved to Granbury, Tx and bought my first horse and have had horses ever since.


01/25/15 07:09 PM #2    

Christine (Tina) Cagle (Dalecki)

Rosalyn and I were in the same Girl Scout Troup all through Jr and SR High.  Her mom, Edith, was the leader.  It is why girls stay in a organization for so long.  We loved each other and had a blast camping and playing even as "cool" teens.  She will be missed.  Tina Cagle Dalecki

02/10/15 01:21 PM #3    

Kirk Buck (Monroe)

I lived across the street from Rosalyn when I was in fifth grade. We spent almost every day together and played wih toy horses and animals alot. Her mom was really fun too. I went to the Astrodome with them for the first time when it first opened. We lost touch when I had to move across town, but I will always remember the great fun we had. I am very shocked and saddened by her passing..RIP


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