Rebecca Turner Hines
October 2, 1946 - May 10, 2018
On Thursday May 10, 2018, Rebecca T. Hines, a long time resident of Fort Lauderdale and graduate of Pompano Beach High School and Broward College, passed away under the care of Catholic Hospice, she was 71.
A registered nurse for over thirty years at Holy Cross and Cypress Hospitals, she is the loving mother of Shannon Forhan. She is also survived by her sister, Barbara Willey and niece and nephew, Sharon Walker and Scott Willey.
A Memorial Service will be held at Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale, (South Chapel) 2101 West Cypress Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309 on Saturday June 9, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.
Thomas Scallan wrote on Sep 18, 2018:
"Becky, I remember you as a bubbly, sparkly eyed young girl of 15 who epitomized the Baby Boomer generation. You were a friend, a classmate, and for a few times a Saturday night date. You were a part of my life through high school and intermittently, for the last 50 years. You were a kind person and will be missed by many!
My condolences to your family.
Thomas Scallan, Pompano Beach, Florida"
Sherri Brown wrote on May 17, 2018:
" My dear Rebecca, how we always had fun! You and Shannon getting your nails done and our most hilarious conversations will always be remembered! Your sense of humor and quick wittiness kept us all in full giggle! You are a treasure and a shining light! No matter what you were going through your sense of humor sustained us all! I always told your daughter that you were a ?trip?! One of a kind you are Rebecca one of a kind! Rest in peace in our Lord Jesus, I picture you in His arms ; finally no pain, in your full glory from God. You will be missed, but we WILL see you again! Everyone who knew you loved you Rebecca; still loving you, Sherri "
Herbert Stein wrote on May 17, 2018:
It is with much sadness that I express my sincere and heartfelt condolences to you and your family upon the passing of your Mom. Upon arriving in Florida she was not only one of my newest friends but one who helped me through the years navigate the difficult challenges I had to face. I shall always remember her truly good heart and her welcoming open door to most anyone in need seeking comfort.
She was a blessing and angel to many.
As you and I faced similar challenges I would suggest we focus on all the good moments and laughs shared as a comfort in our time of mourning knowing that our respective charges did the best they could under the burden of their very difficult illnesses. You too will also be blessed knowing you were there doing the best you could.
With much love and affection Mom is finally at peace and the respite you rightfully deserve is at hand.