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Josia9353
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Has Nat Hines (

appeared on anyone's radar yet? If he is really 99 here, that would be absolutely amazing, but he looks só much younger, I do have some doubts... 

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Here's an interview he did in 2020:

He mentions the names of his parents and his birthplace, meaning that his 1920 birth record can be found very easily. His military and census records also support his age.

 

Sure, he seems extremely healthy for his age, but you can still tell he's very old by the way that he talks and moves, in my opinion.

This article goes into more details about his life: https://relations.ncat.edu/pubs/alumnitimes/2020/sep24/nathanielhines.html

"Mr. Nathaniel Hines ’52 was born Sept. 28, 1920, to Cicero and Amanda Hines in Bladenboro, North Carolina. Before attending North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, he enlisted in the U.S. Army on June 11, 1941, during World War II and completed tours of duty in France, Germany, Belgium, and Japan within four and half years.

That same year, Hines accepted an assignment with the Peace Corps in Liberia, West Africa, where he served as an associate director. After two years, he completed his assignment and returned to the United States and remarried to Ivory Jean Chamblee.

In 1970, Hines moved to Raleigh, North Carolina and was employed by the North Carolina Community Action Agency. He later accepted a role as an internal auditor with North Carolina State University where he would retire in 1987, a year after his wife, Ivory passed away."

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@mendocino Fantastic, thanks for the dive! We may see more of this man! I do think his speech is very clear and lucid!

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Here's an interview he did in 2020:

He mentions the names of his parents and his birthplace, meaning that his 1920 birth record can be found very easily. His military and census records also support his age.

 

Sure, he seems extremely healthy for his age, but you can still tell he's very old by the way that he talks and moves, in my opinion.

This article goes into more details about his life: https://relations.ncat.edu/pubs/alumnitimes/2020/sep24/nathanielhines.html

"Mr. Nathaniel Hines ’52 was born Sept. 28, 1920, to Cicero and Amanda Hines in Bladenboro, North Carolina. Before attending North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, he enlisted in the U.S. Army on June 11, 1941, during World War II and completed tours of duty in France, Germany, Belgium, and Japan within four and half years.

That same year, Hines accepted an assignment with the Peace Corps in Liberia, West Africa, where he served as an associate director. After two years, he completed his assignment and returned to the United States and remarried to Ivory Jean Chamblee.

In 1970, Hines moved to Raleigh, North Carolina and was employed by the North Carolina Community Action Agency. He later accepted a role as an internal auditor with North Carolina State University where he would retire in 1987, a year after his wife, Ivory passed away."

Lol the way he takes out his phone and checks his messages while he keeps talking he's just like a teenager 🤣 


   
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