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Thales Haskell

Born: Mon., Mar. 7, 1932
Died: Mon., Dec. 24, 2018


Visitation

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Mon., Dec. 31, 2018
Location: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Mon., Dec. 31, 2018
Location: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints


Interment following funeral service

Mon., Dec. 31, 2018
Location: Lovell Cemetery


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Thales Albert Haskell, 86, returned to his heavenly home on December 24, 2018.  He was born March 7, 1932 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Thales Edward and Edith Olson Haskell.  

While visiting friends at Brigham Young University he met and later married the love of his life Marilyn Norton on May 13, 1954 in the Salt Lake LDS temple.  After being married Thales and Marilyn spent 9 months living in Los Angeles California while Thales attended mortuary school.  They then moved to Lovell, Wyoming to run the Haskell Funeral Home and Haskell Furniture Company with his father.  The two then resided in Lovell, Wyoming for the remainder of their lives.

He was very community minded and had many active roles in the town throughout the years such as serving as a member on the Lovell Volunteer Fire Department and Town Council.  

Thales is survived by his daughter Valerie (Tracy) Beal; sons Brad (Tracey), Bart (Tawnya), and Mike (Stacy); 12 grandchildren; and 4 great grandchildren.  He was preceded in death by his wife, his parents, and his two sisters Maralyne Howe and Evelyn Jameson.  

The funeral services are planned for December 31 at 11:00 am at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Lovell, Wyoming.  



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Fred N
   Posted Wed January 02, 2019
To the Family,
I would like to express how sorry to hear of your loss.
It seems so unfair that death should have the power to take away someone you love. And when it happens, the thought of never again being able to talk to, laugh with, or hold your loved one can be most difficult to bear. That pain is not necessarily erased by being told that your loved one is up in heaven.
I found what God promises in the Bible helpful. At Acts 24:15 it says “And have hope toward God, which they themselves also allow, that there shall be a resurrection of the dead.”
This promise has consoled me when my father died. Hopefully, it can provide some hope and comfort to your family.

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