Alan M. Hynds
Alan Michael Hynds of Pipersville, PA passed away on Tuesday January 30th, 2024, at Buckingham Rehabilitation and Nursing Home in Buckingham, PA. He was 79 years old.
He was the beloved husband of 46 years to Alison (Levy) Hynds. Born in Upper Black Eddy, he was the son of Art and Florence (Mills) Hynds.
Alan was a graduate of Palisades High School and later married his precious Alison in 1978. They began their life together on Belmont Avenue in Doylestown, PA where they started their family before moving to a horse farm in Pipersville, PA. There they expanded their family while raising horses and other pets on their new property. Alan Hynds worked at PECO for 25 years and joined the union during his long career there. After retiring from PECO he later worked for various security companies in the Bucks County area.
When Alan wasn’t working, he valued spending time with his family and his dogs, making trips to the various beaches on the East coast, attending Nascar races and Flemington speedway with his sons, visiting many amusement parks with his family, and cruising down to Florida on occasion with his uncle. He had excellent taste in music and regularly took his wife Alison to see Paul McCartney and Kenny Rogers whenever they would perform in Philadelphia. He boasted about his Chevy corvette, camaros, and motorcycles from his younger years, took pleasure raising horses with his family, even boarding horses for others and continuing to care for them. He loved the Christmas season, eggnog, and everything that came with the season of giving. He was also a huge Philadelphia Eagles fan opting to hear Merrill Reese instead of the typical sports commentators on television when watching games.
He will be missed greatly by his family who characterized him as a humble, good-hearted person with an old soul.
In addition to his loving wife, he is survived by Christopher Hynds of Doylestown, PA, Jason Hynds of Reading, PA, Jeremy Hynds of Pipersville, PA, Matthew Hynds of Pottstown, PA, and his grandson Christopher Hinkle-Hynds of Doylestown, PA.
The family will hold services and interment privately.
Contributions in his name may be made to the American Diabetes Association https://diabetes.org
Service and Interment will be held privately
Services and Interment will be held privately