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Lee R. Hale
  • April 13, 1931
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  • August 14, 2016

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Lee R. Hale, 85, of Ocala passed away August 14, 2016.  Born in Lafayette, IN, he came to this area in 1997 from Burtonsville, MD.  He was Lutheran by faith and was a retired meat cutter for A&P Grocery.  Lee was a member of the Cherrywood community and participated in many of the activities there.  He especially enjoyed golf and dancing.  He is survived by his loving wife of 68 years, Connie; children, Connie Lee Lilley (Norman) of Boonsboro, MD, Ronald Gary Hale of Point of Rocks, MD, Robin Lou Downey (Don) of Centerville, MD and Deborah Lynn Geisz (Bradford) of Point of Rocks, MD; 10 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren.  There are no local funeral services.  He will be interred at Fort Lincoln Cemetery in Brentwood, MD.  Arrangements by Baldwin Brothers Funerals & Cremation 954 E. Silver Springs Blvd. Ocala, FL 352-236-5884.


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  1. 22 Aug 2016
    Norm and Connie Ramsey says:
    Norm and I were sad to hear of Dad Hale’s passing. Although Norm only met him once at Niki’s graduation I have many, many wonderful memories of him that include his quick sense of humor. The one that stands out in my mind – Gary and I lived with you in Bowie and Dad Hale knew I was really scared of thunder storms and lightning. One evening I was in the bathroom next to the TV room and there was a storm outside. I just knew lightning was going to come through the house and zap me. All of a sudden it sounded like a bolt of lightning hit the bathroom and I screamed. When things settled down all I could hear was Dad Hale laughing hysterically. He had thrown a shoe at the door and waited to hear the chaos that followed! He got me good. He was a rascal, but one of the kindest rascals I’ve ever known. He will definitely be missed.

  2. 16 Aug 2016
    Jim and Joan Whidden says:
    Connie and family:
    Jim and I are deeply saddened by your loss. We remember when we were looking for a place to live in Ocala and stopped at your home to inquire about Cherrywood. You and Lee were so loving and made us feel right at home that we decided that we had to move here and you helped us make the right decision. We remember the bowling with you both and other activities and Lee will be sorely missed. May the Lord help you in the healing and make the loss of Lee a little easier in your life.
    Love Jim and Joan Whidden

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