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Ed was a free-spirited hippie that never met a stranger. His happy-go-lucky attitude was contagious, and he genuinely loved and celebrated life. He enjoyed classic rock 'n' roll, the beach, Hawaiian shirts, fireworks, restoring old cars, and low budget sci-fi and western movies.
Ed was a native to Stillwater, OK. He was born July 5, 1949 to Barbara and Forrest Hall. His father was a helicopter pilot in the Airforce and at young age his family moved around. Ed graduated from high school in San Antonio, Texas. At 18, he joined the Airforce, following in his fathers footsteps. He completed his service in 1973. He went on to attended Oklahoma State University and studied photography.
He later owned and operated a local automotive shop, alongside his brother Forrest, known as "The Beetle Barn". He then spent several years working in the automotive service industry as a service consultant, in Oklahoma and Texas, until he retired.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Forrest Hall and Barbara Gallagher Hall Komarek, his sister Cheryl Fleming, his first wife Linda Gail Hackett, and his third wife Wilhelmina (Willie) Hall.
He is survived by his older brother Tim Hall, younger brother Forrest Hall, his five children; Edward Zachariah, Matthew Forrest, James Lester, Aaron Scott, and Karah Jean, his nine grandchildren; Christopher, Aubree, Aaden, Kaysan, Tristan, Rylie, McKinley, Kimberlyn, and Maliyah, his second wife Shirley Negelein, and her son Thomas Golden.
The family would like to thank Physician's Choice Hospice for their exceptional care and support.
Donations and flowers may be sent to Strode Funeral Home
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