Founded by Thomas Michael Hinson and Kelly Hinson, HINSON and sons furniture specializes in high-end, custom-made furniture. With an emphasis on design, quality, and value, they have earned a reputation for creating beautiful and functional furniture. They also have a strong focus on customer service. Their commitment to excellence has led them to receive several awards, including the Best of Furniture Award by the American Furniture Guild.

Kelly Hinson

Despite being a victim of the calamity that was Hurricane Harvey, Kelly Hinson has managed to turn her home into a home again. While her story is not quite as dramatic as some of her neighbors, Hinson has been able to eke out a living and raise her daughter. She has also been able to transform her home in the past year.

Kelly has been fortunate enough to have a good contractor, one who has been willing to offer her fair services. But what is the one thing that he has done that you can’t get for free? Well, he has been able to paint an endless amount of furniture, and he has also been able to offer his services for free.

While it may be hard to figure out which piece of furniture has been the most impressive, it’s safe to say that it’s the dresser. The dresser in question is a three-drawer dresser that is now painted.

Thomas Michael Hinson

Those of us who remember Thomas Michael Hinson and Son’s furniture in Wetumpka are sad to hear of his passing. Thomas Michael Hinson was an upholsterer and a member of the United States Air Force. Greer-McElveen Funeral Home is assisting his family. He passed away on February 8, 2019, at the age of 69.

Thomas Michael Hinson was born on August 22, 1951. He was married to Ella Sue Wicker Hinson. Thomas Michael and Ella Sue Hinson had one son, Thomas Michael Hinson, and two daughters. The family was located in Wetumpka, Alabama.

Thomas Michael Hinson was convicted on charges of possession of cocaine, possession of a Schedule VI substance, and possession with intent to sell a Schedule IV substance. He was sentenced to probation and a suspended sentence. He was also charged with maintaining a drug dwelling, domestic assault, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He received a $100,000 secured bond. He has a court date on August 26.

Harvey flood victims

During Hurricane Harvey, tens of thousands of people were forced from their homes and many were left without power. However, the HINSON and Sons furniture store owner has found a way to give relief to displaced residents. He’s opened the doors to more than a few flood victims.

Jim McIngvale, who owns two furniture stores in Houston, posted an online video inviting people to look at his store. It’s not hard to see why he is happy to help. He’s been donating to charitable causes in the past and has personally spent the past few days making sure his customers are as comfortable as possible. His stores feature an in-store restaurant, showers, and a bathroom. He’s even provided personal phone numbers to hundreds of people who have requested them.

Among the hundreds who have visited McIngvale’s store have been a few individuals who have decided to stay. Among them are Valencia Grace and her son Jaylen. They’ve taken shelter in the big wig’s finest furniture-filled rooms.

Fundraising for leukemia

Several Olympic athletes are battling blood cancer. This disease kills people every three or nine minutes. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) helps people with this disease live longer by funding research and helping patients find treatments. For each home sold by Larson Home Services in April, Larson Home Services will donate $50 to the LLS. LLS have funded many new treatments in the last 60 years. Some of the new treatments include treatments for leukemia, brain cancer, and other blood disorders.

Leukemia is the most common form of cancer among young people. Approximately one million Americans are diagnosed with blood cancer each year. Thankfully, research has produced new treatments and has tripled the five-year survival rate for leukemia patients over the last 60 years.