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Daisy Bell Hall Shipman
12/27/1918 — 07/19/2003
From Richland, WA, US | Born in Jacksonville, Arkansas
Daisy Bell Hall Shipman
DAISY BELL HALL SHIPMAN 12-27-1918 to 7-19-2003 Daisy was born the daughter of Isabell Wood Hall and Edward Gorman Hall in Jacksonville, Ark. She married Grover Grady Shipman in January 1936. They moved to Kennewick, WA in 1952 then to Richland in 1954. She lived in the same house for 49 years. Mom was mostly a housewife but worked in the cafeteria at weapons plant in Jacksonville, Ark. during World War 2. In Richland she helped with the Association for Retarded Citizens, and made many other charitable contributions during her life.
She was preceded in death by her mom and dad; sister, Martha Mae Hall Ark., Sarah Grahm Ark, Pauline Payne Ark; a son, Bobby Shipman who was 8 months old when struck by lightening July 16, 1937. The tree that was struck just fell down in May of this year. He ex-husband, Grover died in June 1995. She is survived by sister, Ruth Haney Ark; brother, Edward Hall and wife, Madeline Ark; sons, Jerry, David and Dennis Shipman Richland, WA; daughter, MarthaJane Reed Medical Lake; grandchildren, Karen Kaplan, Mike Worrell Medical Lake, Roger Worrell Tacoma; great grandchildren, Josh, Andrew, Megan and Joel Kaplan Medical Lake; Ryan Worrell Tacoma; son, Woodie, wife, Teresa, granddaughter, Jillian Shipman Kennewick; son, Randy, wife, Bobbi Shipman West Richland; grandsons, Jonathon, wife, Kim, great grandsons, Connor, Hunter and Elijah Shipman Puyallup, WA, Adam, wife, Katie, great grandson, Kurtis Shipman Spokane, WA. We all think she was the greatest mom, grandma, great grandma, and she talked about her grandchildren and great grandchildren to the end. Viewing will be at Einans from 5 p.m. 8 p.m. on Monday, July 21st and on Tuesday, July 22nd. Services will be held at Westbrook Funeral Home, Beebe, Arkansas on Friday, July 25 with burial at Apple Hill Cemetery, Austin, Ark. Her last trip to Arkansas. Love, All of us.
You were the very best mother,mother in law, grandmother anyone could every want.We all loved you very very much.You will be missed by all of us.
Mom We all loved you so much.You will be missed more then you could ever know. We all loved you for the things you did for us in your life.We all will miss you and have the fondest memories of you.Love you so much.Woodie,Teresa,Jillian
Mom we loved you. You will be missed more then you could know. We all will always have the fondest memories of you. You were really loved by us. Love you Woodie,Teresa and Jillian
Dear Shipman family,
We are sorry to hear of your loss. We hope you are comforted to know that we are thinking of you and send you our love.
Jenifer & Larry Haler
You are so very missed. There is not a day that goes by that I don’t think of you. You would be so proud of your grandchildren. They are beautiful. I remind them of you all the time. I tell them about the flowers you grew in your garden, all the yummy things you would cook for us and just how lucky I was to have you in my life. We visited you last year in Arkansas. We left you a plant. My heart aches and I wish I could hug you again.
I love you grandma.
Karen and family