In Memory

Kenneth C. Hall

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07/04/17 04:54 PM #1    

Charles Shields

Reasonably certain Curley died in an auto accident in Wisconsin +20 years ago.  Best friend in HS, always a good time.  Remember being busted while in my car in his driveway with Gary Taylor, after shooting doves from the passenger window while driving through Benjamin Hills. We had cut school that day.  Looking back it doesn't seem like that was a well thought out plan, most of ours weren't!  Lots of mornings shooting pool (instead of going to class) over at 19th and Broadway, "rack em up, Frankie".  Two of about 193 great memories with that guy.  We worked several bad jobs together after high school. Will always smile when I think of Curley.   

07/05/17 11:30 AM #2    

William Rickman

Chuck you are so right. Curly was always the life of the party. Some great times with him. Major Retard!

07/20/17 05:07 PM #3    

John/Rocky Gawthrop

Curly was another regular at the Hillside house. When Curly first moved to Wichita he took me for a ride in his brother's partially competed hot rod. Scared the bejesus out of me but it was fun. Curly played on our slow pitch softball team (the Redbirds) and was our pitcher. He threw a very high arching pitch and He's the only guy I know who threw a no-hitter in slow pitch. About every summer He would return to Wisconsin and bring back cases of Leinkugels. He was a very popular guy. I miss him.

08/27/17 09:01 AM #4    

David Black

Birth:  Apr. 21, 1949
Death:  Nov. 30, 1989
Washburn County
Wisconsin, USA

Parents: Hugh Andrew Hall and Vera Maxine Ellis. 
Family links: 
  Hugh Andrew Hall (1917 - 2008)
  Vera Maxine Ellis Hall (1920 - 2006)
21 Apr 1949 - 30 Nov 1989 - Son and Brother "Curly"

Madge Evergreen Cemetery 
Washburn County
Wisconsin, USA
Plot: Blk 2 Row 25

Kenneth Charles Ken Hall

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