Mark Haller Obituary, Death – Mark D. Haller, who was 68 years old, died away at the MyMichigan Medical Center in Midland on Saturday, April 8, 2023. He came from the North Bradley neighborhood. Both of his parents, Dexter and Helen (Patterson) Haller, had gone away before to his birth on November 17, 1954 in Midland. He was named after his late father. Mark and Jacquelyn hitched the wedding on March 22, 2000 in the city of Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.
Mark retired from the Dow Chemical Company in 2008, having spent the previous 32 and a half years of his career there. He found great enjoyment in a variety of outdoor pursuits, including trapping, fishing, bear hunting with his father, bird hunting, deer hunting, and traveling with his fiancée Jackie around the United States. Mark was a die-hard fan of the Detroit Tigers, and he took great joy in seeing all of his grandkids compete in their many sports.
Jackie, his wife, is one of his loved ones who is still alive and she now lives in North Bradley. Children: Jeremy Wale, who resides in Lowell; Derick Haller, who is married to Kathy and lives in North Bradley; Aricka Haller, who is married to Thomas Jura and lives in Flagstaff, Arizona; Cory Wale, who is married to Wendy and lives in Sanford; and Aricka Haller, who is married to Thomas Jura and lives in Flagstaff, Arizona. Grandchildren:
Sarah Engelbert (Jon) & Owen, Katie (Jake) Edwards; Finn & Asher, Andrew and Matthew Schafer, Kennedy Wale, Dawson Haller, Kemry, Payton, & Quinn Wale. Her siblings are James Haller, who lives in North Bradley, Marsha (Eric) Bailey, who lives in Sugar Springs, and Susan (John) Tourjee, who lives in Littleton, Colorado. In addition to this, she is the aunt or uncle of a very large number of nieces, nephews, and other relatives. He was preceded in death by a huge number of his aunts, uncles, and cousins, in addition to his sister Janet. On Monday, April 17, 2023, at eleven in the morning, funeral services will be held at the Coleman Wesleyan Church.
The Reverend Scott Hayes will serve as the presiding minister for the ceremony. The burial will take place in the Geneva Community Cemetery in North Bradley. This venue has been chosen for this purpose. On Sunday, guests are invited to pay a visit to the O’Laughlin Funeral Home, Inc. between the hours of 2:00 and 6:00 pm. On Monday, starting at 10:00 am, they will be able to do so at the church up until the time of the services.