Violet Coline Hale
1935 - 2021
Serenity Funeral Service
145 West Main Street
Antlers, OK
Violet Coline Hale was born on August 24, 1935. She departed this life on August 8, 2021 at her home in Antlers at the age of 85. Violet loved canning and gardening and loved to share her crops with others. She loved to spend time with family and friends and cook meals for them. The kitchen would be cleaned and she was ready to cook again. Before Alzheimers and other health problems, she loved to write in her daily journals which go back many years. It has been a blessing for her children to read entries about their family from years ago to refresh their memories of times that have passed. Violet loved God, family, friends, and her Christian brothers and sisters. She always took notes and hated missing Church. Last year when Covid began she would ask multiple times why she wasn't going to church that day, and Teresa would have to explain about Covid. Violet knew her destination and ran her race to the end. She taught her family about faith, hope, and love. Violet was baptized at 16 and converted her own mother to her Christian faith. Her choice changed the lives of her entire family. Her daughters and their families live Christian lives and God's word and grace continues within them. Violet is preceded in death by her husband: Dean Hale; stepdaughters: Pamela Arrington and Diane Marks; and step-grandson: Steven Daniels. She is survived by her children: TyJuana Shaw and husband Thomas of Charlotte, NC, Brenda Denison of Mustang, and Teresa Smith and husband Ray of Boswell; step daughter:  Debby Bentley of Checotah; as well as numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services for Violet were held on Wednesday, August 11, 2021 at 2PM at the Antlers Church of Christ with Brent Franks officiating. Interment followed at Dela Cemetery east of Antlers. Services are under the direction of Serenity Funeral Service of Antlers, Oklahoma.
Published by The Antlers American from Aug. 11 to Sep. 3, 2021.
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Rest in heaven you will be missed by many people love you
Deborah Bentley
August 12, 2021
She will be missed. I used to ride the church bus with her. We had lots of fun doing that. It was nice when we were in town to go out and visit with her.
Jeanie and David Smith
August 11, 2021
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