Hugine Pino Sr. was born on June 16, 1937, in the Bucksport community to the late George and Maggie Bell Hewett McCray Pino. He met and married Fronnie Mae Green on July 13, 1955, and this union was blessed with two children.
Hugine was affectionately known as Teenie Boy by family and friends. He was preceded in death by one grandson: James Thomas Davis, Jr.; three brothers: Joe McCray, Willie J. McCray, and Norman Pino; and two sisters: Icealee Pino Gagum and Jennie Bell Pino Graham.
Hugine confessed a belief in Christ and was a member of Salem AME Church. He loved to sing and was an active participant of the Bucksport Community Male Choir. He transitioned from this earthly life after an illness on May 24, 2021, with his grandson and best friend Issac Davis at his side.
Hugine was educated at the Richardson Training School in Bucksport. He was employed by the City of Myrtle Beach for over 40 years until his retirement. Hugine loved to cook, build and repair things, and work in the yard. He was famous for his chicken bog and lama beans with ham hock dinners and was always willing to cook and feed people.
Hugine leaves to cherish his loving memories, a devoted wife of 65 years, Fronnie Mae Green Pino; one loving daughter, Pearl Letha Davis; one son, Hugine Pino, Jr.; two grandsons: Lakendrick Pino who he raised in the home like a son and Issac Davis; one granddaughter, Chicana (Johnny) Williams; two great grands, Jessica Legette and Cairo Williams; one sister, Aline Floyd; one sister-in-law, Linda New; special caregivers: two nephews, Tim Pino and Henry Green; a niece, Jennifer Myers; two grandsons; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. A special thank you to Annie Cox and family for the endless meals and the Sisters for Life for their help.
Public viewing will be held at Latimer's Funeral Home Monday May 31, 2021 2-6PM. The Funeral will be held Outside Salem AME Church 8381 Salem Church Road in Bucksport, SC. Burial will follow in The Mt Moriah Cemetery in Bucksport, SC
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