Michael Paul Hale passed away peacefully in Denison, Texas on October 18, 2020. Michael was born to James C. Hale and Silven P. Reynolds on June 26, 1946 in Denison, Texas.
Michael was a car fanatic, he thoroughly enjoyed attending the drag races. He was a avid rock and roll fan. The louder the better! He had broad musical tastes such as classical, jazz, and really loved classic country songs.
Michael had treasured memories of squirrel hunting with his Dad. He loved spending time with his grandparents at their house. He loved Mexican food and was a regular customer at Monterey House and Jalapeno Tree, so much so, that the waiters knew his standard order before he was seated.
He loved his family, love to give his grandchildren a hard time with funny nicknames.
Michael was preceded in death by his parents, James and Silven Hale; brother, Larry Hale; sister, Vickie Hamilton; grandparents, John and Bessie Hale, Runa and Julia Reynolds.
He is survived by his sons, Michael Rodney Hale and wife Roxanne, Bryan Paul Hale and wife Isila all of Savoy, Texas; grandchildren, Trever Hale of Savoy, Texas, Sara Hale of Denison, Texas, David Hale of Savoy, Texas, Charles Guthrie III of Keene, Texas, Kynsingten Guthrie of Savoy, Texas, Christopher Guthrie of Savoy, Texas; mother of children, Patsy Sweet Winkler of Savoy, Texas; sisters, Carol Doucett of Frost, Texas, and Pamela Langhorst and husband Clark of Duncanville, Texas.
There will be a “come and go” visitation on Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 6 – 8 PM at Mullican Little Funeral Home at 754 State Hwy 56 E. Bells, Texas 75414. Only a limited number of guests will be allowed to enter the funeral home facility at any one time to maintain social distancing. Funeral services will be Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 1:00PM at Fairview Cemetery in Savoy, Texas with Dr. Bill Neal, pastor, First Baptist Church Bells officiating,
It’s so hard to think that you are gone Michael Paul. You will never be forgotten. You were the best of cousins and we all had so much fun together as kids. I’ve been reliving so many old memories and they are a true comfort. As you used to say “Oh Hale yes!” they are! Love you always, and God Bless you.
Mike was my supervisor when I started at KC Aviation. He was instructive and helpful and would stand up for his employees when necessary. He had a great personality and sense of humor. He will be sorely missed.
You ain’t just a woofin’. Let me hear you not woof. That’s good.
So sorry Patsy, please let your children know, that I am praying for the entire family.
Michael we have been so close for several years and now I think of all the wasted time . All the minutes, hours , days and months we could have been together. We both felt about life the same. I just wanted you so much but life didn’t turn out for us.
I am so happy you had your family by you to bring you to Heaven and our Lord and Savior.