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In Memory of

Martha W. Hale

February 20, 1925 - June 14, 2017

Obituary


Martha Ann Wylie Hale, 92, of Jacksonville, FL went to heaven June 14, 2017. A life-long Presbyterian, she served as Sunday School teacher, deacon, and elder. Born prematurely in her home on a farm in Brighton, TN, she survived with loving care from her parents. She attended University of Tennessee and received a B.S. in Home Economics specializing in Food/Nutrition. She met Conrad at a UT Valentine’s dance; they were married 64 years, and traveled the world together. Martha was gifted with the ability to play piano by ear; creating music programs for preschool children...

Martha Ann Wylie Hale, 92, of Jacksonville, FL went to heaven June 14, 2017. A life-long Presbyterian, she served as Sunday School teacher, deacon, and elder. Born prematurely in her home on a farm in Brighton, TN, she survived with loving care from her parents. She attended University of Tennessee and received a B.S. in Home Economics specializing in Food/Nutrition. She met Conrad at a UT Valentine’s dance; they were married 64 years, and traveled the world together. Martha was gifted with the ability to play piano by ear; creating music programs for preschool children in Louisville, KY and UNF. In later years, she was a resident of Westminster Woods on Julington Creek, demonstrating a sweet and cheerful spirit that was a testimony to her love of God and others.



She was preceded in death by her parents, Lola Timbs Wylie and Urban Francis Wylie; husband, Conrad Hale; and sisters, Mary Frances Wylie Jones and Eunice Wylie Doty. She is survived by children Karen Heim (David), Sandra Hollensead (Paul), Barney Hale (Linda), and Camille Quartz, seven grandchildren and six great grandchildren.



Visitation will be held Saturday, July 29, noon to 2:00 pm with Memorial Service following at 2:00 pm at Geneva Presbyterian Church, 1755 State Rd 13, Switzerland, FL 32259.



Donations in Martha’s memory may be made to the Conrad and Martha Hale memorial fund, Geneva Presbyterian Church.