Danny K. Hall
Danny K. Hall, age 58, of LaBelle, Missouri died Monday, August 27, 2007 near Macon, Missouri as the result of a vehicle accident.
Born in Knox City, Missouri on September 13, 1948, he was the son of Donald and Leatha Jean Menke Hall.
He married Laura Turpin on January 13, 1968 in Lewistown, Missouri and she survives.
Danny was a graduate of LaBelle High School and a member of the LaBelle Baptist Church. For many years, he was LaBelle boys and girls softball coach, 4-H project leader, expert gardener, avid sportsman and member of the National Wild Turkey Federation. He especially enjoyed hunting with his grandchildren and was an exceptional husband, a great father, grandfather and a great best friend. For 25 years he was employed with Mastertank in Quincy, Illinois, and with Manchester Tank, both in Hannibal, Missouri and Quincy, Illinois for over twenty years. He was currently C.E.O. of C.C. Inc. of LaBelle, Missouri.
He is survived by his wife Laura of LaBelle; one son, Ricky and wife Steff of Wentzville, Missouri; two daughters, Lorie Bryan and husband Jimmy of Alburquerque, New Mexico, Leah Phillips and husband David III of LaBelle, Missouri; five grandchildren, Danielle Strub, Caleb Strub, Baylee Bryan, Tyler Hall and an expected grandson, Memphis Phillips; seven brothers and sisters, Donnie Hall of LaBelle, Missouri, Eddie Fifer and wife Tina of Webb City, Missouri, George Fifer and wife Vanessa of Ewing, Missouri, Darrell Fifer and wife Terry of Odessa, Texas, James Fifer and wife Gidget of LaBelle, Missouri, Diane Brumbaugh of Lewistown, Missouri, and Debbie Sykes and husband Timothy of Garland, Texas; several aunts, nieces, nephews and cousins and Danny’s little buddy Bonze. Also surviving is a special friend, Ronnie Richardson.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Friday, August 31, 2007 in the Coder Funeral Chapel with Reverend Lance Bonnell officiating. Burial was in the LaBelle Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to the LaBelle Nutrition Center or Hospice of Northeast Missouri and may be left at or mailed to the Coder Funeral Chapel, P.O. Box 151, LaBelle, Missouri 63447