Gleva Whitey Hall
Date of Death: August 21, 2011
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Gleva J. “Whitey” Hall, 66, of Lafayette, died at 2:17 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011, at Indiana University Health. He was born Oct. 7, 1944, in Raven, Ky., to the late Reuben and Sarah Thomas Hall. He first married Joyce Hall, and they divorced. On Nov. 21, 1981, he married Vicki White in Kingman, and…

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Tracy left a message on August 31, 2011:
Dad I miss you and love you with all my heart. You are the best Dad a girl could ask for..glad you are mine.
Lois Bentley left a message on August 24, 2011:
So sorry that I could not make it but u r in my thoughts and prayers, love to all.Whitie was a very special man and father &grandfather.I loved him dearly.
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Thomas E. White left a message on August 24, 2011:
Vicki, Tracy, Randy & Family:
Joyce and I were deeply saddend when we received the news that Whitey had passed away. He was always so good to Vickie and the rest of our family. We will miss him very much. We are so sorry we will be unable to attend his services but our prayers will be with you. God bless Whitey and your family and may he find peace in God&s hands.
Love to all,
Tom & Joyce
John Lee Hall and Family left a message on August 24, 2011:
Randy, Tracy, and Vickie, I&m so sorry to hear the sad news about uncle Gleva. Something I will always remember is finding out when you all were coming to Ky to visit. I absolutely loved it when you guys made it here! I wish i could have come....Mom wishes she couldve been there too..Please take my email address and keep in touch. Again, I&m so sorry for your loss. I love you guys!
Joe Beeler left a message on August 23, 2011:
I&m sorry I hadn&t been over to visit Whitey in some time, I remember how much fun we had together, coon hunting, golfing, fishing behind the house, the hog roasts, and working on all the cars in the barn, we painted Randys first car in the barn, and discussed Traceys boyfriends, he will be greatly missed
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Pamela Harris Huff (Niece) left a message on August 23, 2011:
Uncle Gleva will be graciously missed by my family. My mother, his oldest sister, was so very close to him. She visited him often taking him goodies that he loved and enjoyed. He loved her gingerbread, chicken and dumplings and her cornbread. She visited much more often than I had a chance to, however, all of our visits were extremely special to him and us. I&ll never forget some of the stories he would share with us about when he and my mother were youngsters and when he lived with them before he got married. I think this is one reason she was so very close to him. They shared a lot of history. Mother would always share their phone conversations and visits with me. She loved visiting him so very much. She was actually planning a trip within the next month. I know she never dreamed she would have to go early for her very last visit with him. My entire family was blessed to go visit him in the hospital and he knew that each of us were there. I&ll never forget his little wave to me through the window and he motioned for us to come back in his room. He couldn&t speak with his voice, but he most certainly did with his eyes and the squeeze of his hand.

He was one of the most unique individuals. He loved his family, his son, daughter and was so very proud of the three grandsons. They meant everything to him. You couldn&t visit or call without hearing all the latest with the grandsons! And their love for him was so apparent at the hospital as they sat quietly, I&m sure remembering all the wonderful days spent with him. I hope they will live their lives in ways that would make him so very proud.

I know Uncle Gleva will be remembered in the hearts of all of us who loved him dearly. I know my mother is heartbroken and will miss hearing his sweet voice and all the time she spent visiting him. We all will...

All my love...his proud niece, Pam
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