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HALL, Howard William

January 11, 1932 – Vandura, Saskatchewan
May 12, 2018 – Rocky View County, Alberta

Howard Hall of Rocky View County, passed away on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at the age of 86 years. Condolences may be forwarded through www.mcinnisandholloway.com.

Announcements later by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES.

In living memory of Howard Hall, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Deerfoot South, 12281 – 40th STREET S.E., Calgary, AB T2Z 4E6, Telephone: 403-203-0525.

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  1. Shawna Diano :

    Trevor, Gail, Alyssa, Danielle & Sarah,
    I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of your father and grandfather. He was a long time client of mine and an amazing man and I loved our conversations & laughs. He will hold a special place in my heart. He will always watch over each of you and enjoy all your games. Sending my love and prayers to you all during this difficult time.
    Shawna Diano

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  2. Rick & Corol Galuska :

    We are so sorry to hear the sad news. Our thoughts and well wishes are with all of you.

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  3. Doug Filteau :

    I have such fond memories of my uncle Howard, whether the occasion was in Melita, Kenosee Lake, Calgary, Victoria, or anywhere else we happened to cross paths. He was always kind, with a stoic nature that belied the cracking sense of humour that he also possessed. I can freely admit to dropping his name at times when having a casual discussion at the side of the road with a nice RCMP officer – it was a testament to Howard’s familiarity and reputation with the members of the RCMP. It didn’t always help the situation but it certainly didn’t hurt, I think. At my mom’s funeral, Howard once glanced over the top of his sunglasses at my wife, Diane, and I and he definitely retained the ability to get your attention just by looking at you – his RCMP training ran deep and long.

    Uncle Howard and aunt Kaye’s family was always the focus of their attention and love. I know that they were proud of their children and deservedly so: they’re a great bunch of kids that always united as family no matter the situation. I imagine at this time they’re more united than ever. Uncle Howard was the bedrock of the family and that’s a large gap to fill. It’ll take time but I know they’ll make the absolute best of the situation.

    My deepest condolences to Aunt Kaye, Andy, Cheryl, Sherry, and Trevor. I’ll always have fond memories of their dad and equal regard for the entire family. I intended to visit the Calgary area in June to visit with Howard and Kaye but sadly it was too late for that. Hopefully we can get together soon.

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