Wesley Raymond HALE

Roanoke Valley, Virginia


Roanoke Valley, Virginia


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Dr. Wesley Raymond Hale, 43, passed away on Monday, July 16, 2012, at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn. Son of John and Bettie Hale, he was born in Roanoke, Va., and was a 1987 Northside High School graduate. He was preceded in death by his sister, Susan Hale Young. Wes pursued...

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Betty and John,
Jerry, our children, and I fondly remember Wesley when we lived across the street from you in North Lakes MANY years ago. He was always so full of life and such a happy child. Know you're so proud of what all he accomplished and the fine man he became. Our hearts go out to you and your family as you deal with this tremendous loss. You're in our thoughts and prayers.

My deepest sympathy to John and Bettie and the entire family. What a lovely man -he lived his life well and will be deeply missed.

Bettie & John, my heart goes out to you at this very sad time. I have so many good memories of Wes as a little blonde boy playing with Chad & Clay in my back yard. He was such a sweet boy, who grew up to be a fine man. God Bless you and your family.

I am sorry for your loss. I remember was as a grad student down here at UT. He was a real nice guy with a huge smile.

Michaela, was out of town on vacation last week. My heart goes out to you and the family this week. So sorry for the loss of Wes and the impact on you and the family. May God's grace help you this week and in the future to cope with the loss. Love from Steve and Lisa Stafford

I am certainly sorry to hear about Wes. I just found out about it this morning (7/23/12). May God bless you and the family. I will remember you in my prayers.

I am so sorry for your loss. Wes and I,Melissa (Missy) Hurt Peter, graduated from Nothside together. He was always avery nice young man to me. He dated my best friend Amy. We also had our christianity in common. He was so easy to talk to about many things.
I will remember him fondly. I am sorry he will not be with us to celebrate our 25th class reunion in October.
Please know my thoughts and prays are with you during this difficult time.

My thoughts and prayers are with Wes' family. I knew Wes as a roommate and friend at UT Austin. He was a passionate person, absent of any pretense, with a strong intellect, and a great sense of humor. He had a unique ability to relate to people from all walks of life. He will surely be missed.

Dear Michaela, Joshua, and Ethan,

Our thoughts and prayers go out to you all at this difficult time. Your faith in God will strengthen you, and we hope you will contact us at Colonial Heights Christian Church if we can provide support. Love, in Christ, David and Judy Datden