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Posted by Tammie Chada


Wade Leon Hall (1924 - 1994)
Obituary


BARTLESVILLE EXAMINER-ENTERPRISE
www.examiner-enterprise.com
Published Nov, 24,1994 pg.6

Wade Leon Hall, 70, a resident of Gillette, Wyo. Died Thursday, Nov.10 at Pioneer Manor Nursing Home.

Cremation Services were held at Black Hills Crematory in Sturgis, S.D.

Mr. Hall was born on Sept. 20,1924, in Shidler, Ok., to Harry Jefferson and Ethel May (Conner) Hall. He grew up and attended school in Oklahoma. He served in the United States Army.

He enjoyed traveling and the outdoors.

Survivors include two sons and daughter-in-law; Leon Faye Egen of Soper and Earl and Sue Egan of Soper, a daughter and son-in-law, Lou and Tom Alexander, of Bartlesville; five gradchildren; a great grandchild; several neices and nephews; and a host of friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters and five brothers.

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