BROWNING - Glenn Franklin "Frosty" Hall, 66, of Browning, an Army veteran whose Indian name was "Chief Four Bulls," died of natural causes Wednesday, Aug. 3, at the Fort Harrison Veterans Hospital.
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A wake is in progress through Sunday, with a rosary at 7 p.m. Sunday at Non's House in Browning. Funeral Mass is 3 p.m. Monday at Little Flower Catholic Church. Gorder-Jensen Funeral Home of Choteau is in charge of arrangements.
Glenn was born Oct. 20, 1944, near Heart Butte, the son of George Hall Sr. and Sarah Susie Sinclair. He was married to Mary Ellen Goss on Dec. 15, 1967, in Cardston, Alberta, Canada, and they later divorced. He was a lifelong resident of Browning.
Glenn was a veteran of the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War, and was a hydrologist. He attended and received an associate degree from Blackfeet Community College.
He was a member of the Little Flower Catholic Church and the Brave Dog Society. Glenn was an avid hunter, cowboy and friend. He enjoyed his Native American culture, religion and ceremonies. Glenn enjoyed being with his grandchildren.
He is survived by children Glenda Marie Hall, Rhonda (Willard) Joyce Pepion, Glenn (wife, Donel) and Vincent Hall Jr., all of Browning, Alicia (Jeff) Waldrup of Missoula, and Marivonne (Cliff) Bull Calf of Browning; brothers and sisters Yvonne Hall and Carol Eaton, both of Browning, Arlene Ferguson of Louisville, Ky., and Charlene Hall, Clarice Arnoux and Josephine Brown, all of Browning; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers Darryl Hall, Clifford Hall and George Hall Jr.; and two sisters, Patricia Hall and Karen Hall.
Condolences may be left online at www.gorderfuneralhome.com and/or www.gftribune.com/obituaries.
Published in Great Falls Tribune on Aug. 6, 2011