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Jeffery Allen Hale, 53

Posted on Monday, January 22, 2024 at 10:01 am

Jeffery Allen Hale, 53, of Jasper, was called home on Thursday, January 11.

On February 27, 1970, he was born to the late Garfield Hale, Sr. and Agnes Price Hale.  Jeffery was married to Tammy Carson Hale. He worked for Beaulieu Manufacturing as a forklift driver.  Jeffery loved to fish, gamble, play golf, and spending time with his family.  He also enjoyed hunting and was a very loving person to everyone he knew.  He brightened up every room he walked in.

Jeffery is preceded in death by his father and mother; special grandparents, Minnie Lee and Frank Hale; special aunt, Martha and Charles Pendergrass. Left to cherish his memories are his wife; son, Kane Hale, daughters, Kadejah Hale, Lyndon Hale, stepsons, Dakota Cleek, Dylan Cleek; brothers, Garfield Hale, Jr. (Beth), Eric Hale; sister, Karen Hale (Darryl Williams), special friend, Kellie Mitchell; grandchildren, Khloe Hale, step-grandchildren, Chandler Cleek, Cyrus and Kodi Cleek; godchild, Kingston Tipton; special children in love, Kelli Mitchell, Tanzania Lee (Joe) and children, along with several nieces, nephews, several special cousins, other family members, and special friends, too numerous to be listed.

Visitation was held on Sunday, January 21, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Tate Funeral Home in Jasper. Funeral services were on Sunday, January 21, following visitation in the Chapel of Tate Funeral Home with Pastor Paul Robinson and Elder Nicole Walker officiating. Jeffery was laid to rest in Anderson Cemetery in Jasper, immediately following the funeral service. Pallbearers were Seymore Hayes, Michael Robinson, Oscar Paige, Raquis Hale, Avery Green, Kendall Robinson, George Coffey and Calvin Green. Honorary pallbearers were Sam Pickett, Ronald Tipton, Sr., Rashad Tipton, Ronnie Pittman, La Ronto Tipton, Jr., and Lamont Hale.

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Tate Funeral Home, LLC, 950 Mel Dixon Lane, Jasper, (423) 942-9500. Condolences may be sent to the family at

The Marion Tribune – January 25, 2024