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Obituary for Herbert F Shade

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Herbert F Shade

May 17, 1928 - May 7, 2011

Herbert F. ShadeHerbert F. Shade, 81, passed away at home on May 7, 2011. He was born May 17, 1928 to Fredrick William & Emma Geisner Shade in Nisland, South Dakota. Herbert enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corp right after high school. He married Norma Hager and to this union, 2 children were born, Steven & Gaylynn. They later divorced. On March 23, 1958 he married Bessie Hines. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Ogden LDS Temple on March 23, 1996. Herbert worked as an Aircraft Mechanic at HAFB and also as a parts manager for Coy Auto. He enjoyed getting his hands dirty with small engine repair and fixing just about anything. Most of all he was a loving, giving man who always looked out for those less fortunate. Herbert is survived by his children, Steven, Gaylynn Nash, Rupert, ID., Keith Shade, Laughlin, NV., Bud Hines, NY., Judy(Swain) Wood, Sunset, UT., and Julie (Lonnie) Chatlain, West Haven, UT., adopted son Michael Phoenix, 20 grandchildren, 35 great grand children and two sisters, Mildred Ammon, Heyburn, ID., and Shirley(Ray) Warren, Burly, ID.He was preceded in death by his wife Bessie, 2 brothers, Billy and Elmer and 1 sister Betty Isakk. A special thanks to Bob & Alice Kendrick for the love and friendship given to Herbert over the years.Graveside services will be held on Wednesday May 18, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. at Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch where Military Honors will be accorded.

 

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Date: Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Time: 1:00 pm -

Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch

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1718 Combe Road , , Ogden, UT,

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Born: May 17, 1928
Died: May 7, 2011

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Lynn Palmer Mecham posted on 5/18/11

Herb Shade was a quiet, good man. I was glad that Aunt Bessie found him, and brought him into our family...My mother, Lavern Palmer would speak kindly of him, and how he had worked all day, and sat up with my father, in the Hospital at night, many many years ago..and kept my father company. Mother said when she came in the next morning and asked how the night went, he said that they were building houses together all that night....This is just one example of the kind deeds that endeared Uncle Herb to us......Till we met again.....Because Families are Forever. He will be missed!

 

vickie tracy posted on 5/18/11

YOUR GRANDPA AND GRANDMA WERE VERY GIVING PEOPLE THEEY LOVED ALL OF YOU GRANDKIDS WITH ALL THERE HEART. ALWAYS REMEMBER THIS AND OF COURSE YOU WILL ALWAYS THINK OF THEM WHEN YOUR IN A GARDEN OR PICKING A FLOWER LOVE AUNT VICKIE

 

Jennifer Elmer posted on 5/15/11

I'm so sorry for your loss. If you need anything at all always know I'm here and I love you!

 

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