Obituary for Kenneth Eugene Hall

Obituary for Kenneth Eugene Hall


Kenneth Eugene Hall handed away on October 31, 2022, at his dwelling. He was born to Frank and Olive (Gregory) Hall in Gates (close to Morehead), Kentucky, on March 31, 1933, the sixth of 12 youngsters.

In 1943, Kenneth’s dad and mom moved to Montana, the place they settled within the Rockvale space, then Fromberg. Ken attended Wilsey Rural Elementary School and graduated from Fromberg High School in May 1953. During highschool, Ken lived and labored with trainer Jim O’Connor on the farm. After commencement, Ken labored for George O’Connor whereas constructing an oil pipeline in japanese Montana; labored in Bridger for Walrath Elevator; and was a member of the customized combo crew for “Web” Bequette.

Ken married Mary Elizabeth Bequette “Beth” on October 29, 1954, in Billings, Ken labored for the City of Billings. In July 1955, he enlisted for a voluntary draft within the US Army, with primary coaching at Fort Carson, California. He was stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas, from October 1955 to September 1956 and transferred to Vicenza, Italy, with the Ballistic Missile Project. Beth joined him there in October. In July 1957, it was time to return to the US to obtain an honorable discharge.

Ken and Beth spent the summer season of 1956 in Edgar, each working for “Shorty” and “Web” Bequette. In September 1957, Ken and Beth returned to El Paso, the place Ken started his 35 years with Mountain States Telephone Co. as a pacesetter. He preferred the work and the view. He additionally labored in repairs, installations and as a commando over time. “Please: No work on the desk.”

On July 28, 1960, Ken was blessed with a child woman: Joyce Kathleen. On July 26, 1962, he was blessed with a son, David Eugene. Not wanting to boost youngsters 1,200 miles away from any household, Ken requested a switch to Billings, which was granted within the spring of 1967. For the subsequent a number of years, they lived in Edgar and Laurel.

Kenneth was a loyal and devoted particular person, all the time at the beginning of labor, it doesn’t matter what, the place or what sort of climate. One who was all the time prepared to assist others and/or go the additional mile.

Kenneth beloved his household and was supplier. He grew to become a “Believer” in Jesus and what’s written within the Bible. He volunteered at church, particularly within the nursery – and the little ones beloved him.

Kenneth retired from USA West (Telephone) in January 1993. Retirement allowed for some journey. He lived for 4 years within the Memphis, Tennessee space to be close to David’s son Laura and two younger grandchildren whereas David attended seminary and labored. He spent many very nice winters in Brunswick, Georgia.

Kenneth was preceded in loss of life by his dad and mom, Frank and Olive; brothers Allie, Bill, Howard and Donnie; sisters Virginia; Beulah and Janet; nephew Aspen; and three infants. He is survived by his spouse of 58 years, Beth; daughter Kathleen Jarvis (Greg); son David Hall (Laura); grandchildren Aaron (Thea) Belobraidic, Jenna Belobraidic and Allen Belobraidic, David Lee Hall (Cortney) and Nicole Buck (Chandis); and eight great-grandchildren.

Memorial providers can be at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 4, at Big Sky Bible Church, 383 E. Alkali Creek Road. Burial with army honors will happen at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, at Rockvale Cemetery.

Memorials are made to Big Sky Bible Church, Vision Beyond Borders or a charity of your alternative.

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