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Ron “Onie” Hale

Ron “Onie” Hale

Ron “Onie” Hale

December 29, 1942-July 3, 2020 (Age 77)

Ron Hale passed away peacefully in his home on July 3, 2020, of natural causes.

Ron graduated from Grantsville High School with the class of 1961. He enjoyed playing sports especially

football.

He married his high school sweetheart, Carolee Johnson on April 4, 1962. They were the proud parents

of Eric, Andrew, and Heather.

After working many years, he retired to take care of Carolee. She suffered from diabetes and other

health conditions. He selflessly took care of her for many years and took her to dialysis treatments for

15 years until her passing in 2018.

He developed a love for the outdoors at a young age while on memorable trips to the west desert with

his grandfather. He passed this love for the outdoors onto his children and nephews. Ron enjoyed

fishing in Wyoming, hunting and camping in the west desert. Carolee gave approval to these trips under

one condition, that he would take the family on an annual trip to Disneyland.

After losing one of his companions, Der, the family dog, Carolee told Ron “No more dogs”. Ron told

everyone else that she didn’t say about anything “about cats…”.

Ron is survived in death by his children Eric (Cholamany) Hale, Andrew Hale, Heather (Mike) Sutton,

grandchildren Zen (Mandie) Hale, Shem Hale, Nia (Blake) Whitehead, Alex (Trent) Kranwinkle, and Meg

Sutton, great-grandchildren, Ava Kranwinkle, Gus Hale, Uinta Kranwinkle, and Grey Hale.

Eric and Heather would like to express their gratitude of their brother, Andrew, for taking care of their

parents over the years. His unconditional love and support are very appreciated.

A graveside dedication will be held at the Grantsville City Cemetery on Friday, July 10, 2020, at 11:00 am in the care of Dalton-Hoopes Funeral Home. 435-884-3031

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