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[[File:Hal Humble 1988.jpg|right|300px|thumb|at [[Cross Trails In The Desert]], 1988]]
 
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'''Halary John Humble'''<br>
'''Halary Humble'''<br>
 
 
'''28 Jul 1954- 22 Nov 1990'''<br>
 
'''28 Jul 1954- 22 Nov 1990'''<br>
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[[Rosetown Ramblers]]  '''Memorial Panel''' [[3UL]]<br>
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===Obituary===
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Halary John ''Hal'' Humble died of cancer Nov. 22 in his Southeast Portland home. At his request, no funeral will be held. Mr. Humble was 36.
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He was born July 28, 1954, in Myrtle Point. He graduated from Myrtle Point High School in 1972 and moved to Portland in the mid-1970s. Mr. Humble had worked as a self-employed interior painter and wallpaperer for a number of years.
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He is survived by his parents, Charles F. and Mary Ellen Humble of Beaverton; brothers, Charles and Jason, both of Beaverton; and a sister, Margie Ulbricht of West Linn.
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Disposition was by cremation.<ref>The Oregonian (Portland, OR) Friday, 30 Nov 1990</ref>
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===Photos===
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File:Hal Humble 1988.jpg|At [[Cross Trails In The Desert]], 1988
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File:HalHumble.jpg|At [[Cross Trails In The Desert]], 1988. Photo by [[James Ozanich]]
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File:AIDS Quilt Hal Humble 5069.png|AIDS Memorial Quilt 5069
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Revision as of 02:13, 27 September 2020

Halary John Humble
28 Jul 1954- 22 Nov 1990
Rosetown Ramblers Memorial Panel 3UL

Obituary

Halary John Hal Humble died of cancer Nov. 22 in his Southeast Portland home. At his request, no funeral will be held. Mr. Humble was 36.

He was born July 28, 1954, in Myrtle Point. He graduated from Myrtle Point High School in 1972 and moved to Portland in the mid-1970s. Mr. Humble had worked as a self-employed interior painter and wallpaperer for a number of years.

He is survived by his parents, Charles F. and Mary Ellen Humble of Beaverton; brothers, Charles and Jason, both of Beaverton; and a sister, Margie Ulbricht of West Linn.

Disposition was by cremation.[1]

Photos

  1. The Oregonian (Portland, OR) Friday, 30 Nov 1990