JUSTIN ALLEN HALE 12/8/1993 - 9/20/2013 Justin Allen Hale went to Heaven early Friday morning, September 20, 2013. He passed away after a weeklong hospitalization following an auto accident returning home from his favorite place on Earth - Disneyland. Justin was born in Apple Valley, CA on December 8, 1993 to David and Lynn Hale and lived his entire but short life in Hesperia, CA. He graduated from Oak Hills High School, lettering in multiple sports, academics and activities. Justin then went on to Universal Technical Institute where he graduated on the Director's List with a GPA of 3.82. Justin was inducted on July 24, 2013 for delayed entry into the Navy's Nuclear Power Program. He was currently working at Sears Automotive. Justin was a loving and beloved son and brother. He is survived by his parents, David and Lynn; brother Nicholas; grandmothers Doreen Hale and Mary Woodmancy; aunts (Ann Albanesi, Betty Williamson, Virginia Rouse); uncles (Russell Woodmancy, Lee Hale, Lee Greenwalt); and many cousins. He was preceded in death by grandfathers Jim Hale and William Woodmancy. During his all too brief time on earth, Justin offered the cherished gifts of passion, faith, wit, generosity, compassion, dedication and patriotism. He embraced life with enthusiasm and had the determination to excel in life. Justin was a good ol' boy in Wranglers and boots and was happiest when he took his 2 wheel drive pickup out 4 wheeling. Justin had a heart of gold that was expressed in all that he did. He finished 20 half marathons and would always come back to mile 12 and run the last mile over again with his mom. Justin will be greatly missed by his family and friends. His memory and love of God will forever be in the hearts of those who loved and knew him. Justin made more of an impact in his short life than most people do who live to old age. Funeral services are planned for Saturday, September 28, 2013 at Desert View Funeral Home in Victorville, CA. Viewing will begin at 9 a.m. with services at 11 a.m. Interment will be immediately following at Desert View Memorial Park.
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Published in the Daily Press from Sept. 26 to Sept. 27, 2013