Sharon and Butch Hall

By the Herald staffNovember 16, 2013 

Sharon and Butch Hall of Pasco celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at home with family.

They were married Oct. 19, 1963, in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

At the time of their marriage Sharon worked at Max's Stop and Go. Later she worked at Pischel's Yearbooks as a camera operator, and then at Griggs Department Store as the head of count reorder.

Sharon was an avid bowler for many years and loves reading camping, fishing, crocheting, crafting, painting and spending time with her family.

Butch worked at Wards Plywood Mart when they married. He was a carpenter for many years and in the late 1960s he was manager of Ace Plywood. Then he went back to being a carpenter, eventually teaching the Carpenters Apprenticeship for Local #1849. He finished his work career and retired from Fluor-Daniels.

Butch enjoys fishing, woodworking, camping and being with his boys and spoiling his grandkids.

They have two sons, Tracy Hall of Pasco and Jason and wife Lainie Hall of Kennewick.

They have three grandchildren.

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