Darlene Hines

Darlene E. Hines

1950 - 2021

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Obituary of Darlene E. Hines

Darlene E. Hines (nee Bamberg)

Of East Aurora, NY

Passed away peacefully on Thursday March 11, 2021 in the Newfane Rehabilitation and Health Center. Darlene was born on October 31, 1950 in Buffalo, NY. Raised in Hamburg, NY where she attended school. Darlene worked at Dupont in the Sodium Department for many years, she developed close friendships with many co-workers. 

Darlene later moved to Orlando, FL where she enjoyed sunny skies, gardening, riding her fat boy Harley-Davidson motorcycle and work as a project manager for both Charles Schwabb and IBM. 

After the death of her husband William Kane in 2003 Darlene relocated back to the WNY area to be with her son and family. During this time she found love and married Richard Hines. Richard and Darlene shared a home in East Aurora, NY. They enjoyed their time riding their motorcycles together and spending time with their pets especially her beloved “Minnie.” Darlene also enjoyed sewing and spending time with her grand-daughters. 

She was predeceased by her parents Arlene and Richard Bamberg and grandson Nicholas Buscaglia.  She is survived by her husband Richard Hines, her only child Charles E. (Angela) Buscaglia, three grandchildren Victoria, Alexandra, and Charley Buscaglia all of Newfane, NY. Also survived by brother Richard (Paula) Bamberg of FL, nieces Marla Martin of FL and Darcie Bamberg-Freitag of GA, sister-in-law of Marilyn Jacobi of Syracuse, NY, and Jackie Brown of Pendleton, NY, step-grandmother of Harmony Hickson of Orlando, FL. 

To Honor Darlene’s wishes there will no visitation. A private internment will be held by the family. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to ASPCA https://secure.aspca.org/donate

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