Troy Alexander Hindmon
Troy Alexander Hindmon was born January 22, 1995, to Proud Parents Alex and Kay Hindmon of Huntsville, TX. Troy walked into Heaven, November 29, 2019. Troy is the namesake of his father and Great-Grandfather Troy O. Phillips. Troy was a happy and loving child and a great big brother. He learned to love music at a young age and went on to follow in his father and grandfather's footsteps and played trumpet. Troy was in the band program at Huntsville schools where he was able to be a part of the Marching Band and Jazz Band in High School. He also had a love for video games and was quite good at them. He enjoyed playing them with his dad, brother and friends. Throughout his life, he was able to touch many lives with his abilities, his witness and his perseverance.
God decided it was time for Troy to be whole again and able to run into the arms of Jesus. He leaves numerous cherished special memories, with his parents, younger brother/best friend Gabriel Hindmon and family. He is preceded in death by grandparents, Bennie Dan Hindmon, Jr, Virginia Lee Hudgins Hindmon and Louann Phillips Lunsford. He is survived by his parents, brother, grandparent Woodrow Lunsford, Jr.; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Family will receive friends, Monday, December 2, 2019, 5:30 - 8:00pm; Services will be held Tuesday, December 3rd 2:00 pm at Sam Houston Memorial Funeral Home, Huntsville, Texas. Burial service will follow funeral service at Brooke Cemetery, Huntsville, TX.
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Published on November 30, 2019


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Mona Bartoshek
Dec 01, 2019
I was Troy's art teacher throughout his elementary school days at Gibbs. He was a sweet young boy and grew into a wonderful young man. I am saddened by this terrible loss. My sympathies go to his family and friends. He will be missed.
AJ "speedz" Heerema
Dec 01, 2019
I had the joy and happiness of spending many hours playing xbox with Troy. Although seperated by many miles and kilometers, xbox joined our homes and created many epic memories with halo and destiny. My deepest and sincerest condolences.
Kent Bruno
Dec 01, 2019
My prayers to all the family. Brother Bennie and Mama Hindmon were very instrumental to me as a kid, and as I aged I remember fondly how they talked of their family with so much love and pride.
Samantha Tolbert
Nov 30, 2019
I remember Troy from my high school band days. He was always an inspiration to me because of his strength and determination to march. He did not let being in a wheelchair stop him from doing what he truly loved. I am so saddened to see another high school friend passing too soon, but I know he is with God running and finally free. Prayers for the family.
Carol Lewis
Nov 30, 2019
We at Dr. Means and Associates came to love Troy when he was just a young boy. He taught me how to order games for my husband and grandkids. What a leader. We will miss your smiling face.