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Jack Hinchcliffe

February 20, 1930 - September 20, 2013

U.S. Veteran

Burial Date September 25, 2013

Jack Hinchcliffe, grandfather, father, husband, brother, friend, attorney, FBI agent and pizza connoisseur died peacefully on September 20 in McLean, VA.
Jack known to all those who loved him as a “culinary coward” sampled cheese pizza and a cold beer every Friday night no matter where he was. Whether it was the Railroad Inn in Bowie, Zeno’s in Cincinnati, Good Times in Albany, Shirley’s in San Juan, Red Devil in Phoenix, Pazzo’s in Vail, Pucinellas in McLean or Maxwell’s in Park City, Jack found a “favorite” Pizza Place everywhere he put down roots. He even managed to find a pizza restaurant in Cancun. After his retirement from the FBI and the County Attorney’s Office, he spent many a day working out in the gym so he would be in shape to take his grandson Jack to the park and keep up with him for eleven glorious years. Their bond is strong and will never be broken. His daughter, Sharyn resides in Seattle. His sister, Joan resides in Toms River. His daughter Holly, son in law Steve, grandson Jack, along with his wife Madeline celebrate his memory in McLean, VA, eating cheese pizza and drinking cold beer. We will celebrate Jack’s life with a mass at Brophy Chapel, 4701 North Central Avenue at 4:00pm on Wednesday, September 25th. In lieu of flowers, please take your family out for pizza this Friday night! Please visit for online condolences.