Clinton Hinds, CI at Jamiaca Barn, is Lost to Covid 19

One of those workers posted the following on the CED Rank-and-File facebook page: “CI Hinds always seemed passionate for his work. I learned a couple of things from him in the short time I was there. It’s a real blow to Jamaica barn. I pray everyone close to him grieves peacefully and may he Rest In Peace.” Another worker posted that Brother Hinds “was a good trouble shooter.  Good knowledge and a lot of patience to teach others.” During his lunch breaks, “he loved to play dominoes,” said Milillo with a laugh.

He was currently assigned to the ‘trouble-gang’ and was expert on the R 160’s.  The shop maintains the trains that run on the E, R and N Lines. Brother Hinds is the first member of the Jamaica Barn family to succumb to the virus.  He is survived by a wife, a daughter, two sons and many friends and co-workers in CED.