Mar 6, 1923 – Jun 29, 2017
Harold Francis "Hal" Juvinall born March 6 1923, in Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois, the son of David Henry Juvinall and Hattie May Kester.
He passed away on June 29, 2017 in Des Moines, Washington.
Hal was a member of "the Geatest Generation", having lived through "The Great Depression", and
fought against "The Axis of Evil" during World War ll.
Hal's schooling was cut short after a year in High School, having to help his father deliver bricks
in a semi-truck and trailer all around the midwest for Western Brick Co.
Hal enlisted in the Army Feb 3 1943 as a Warrant Officer, served in Scotland, France, and Germany and was discharged in 1945.
On July 12, 1947 he married Edna Mae Clarkston, who had served in the Women's Army Corps during the war.
After his marriage, Hal, along with his uncle, constructed a house on Sheridan Street in Danville, Illinois
that he and his family would live in for 14 years. They then moved to Monterey Ct in Danville in 1963 until they moved to Federal Way, Wa in 1984 after the birth of their Granddaughter.
Most of Hal's employment during his life was as an auto mechanic. He worked for Illinois Power Co. for forty years, ultimately as foreman of crews that maintained utility trucks.
Hal was a devoted, loving husband, father and grandfather. After retirement, Hal and Mae moved to Washington State to be near his son Timothy and his family, and to be closer to his son Thomas and his family.
After Edna Mae passed, on March 11, 2006, Hal lived in Hawaii for a year, with his son Thomas and family.
Hal is survived by 2 sons and their families. Timothy Dean of Des Moines, Washington, his wife Diane and daughter Lisa and her husband Chris Ellsworth; and
Thomas Dwayne of Mililani, Hawaii, his wife Lynn and their son Justin.
He is also survived by brothers, Phillip and Ron. He was predeceased by his parents, six sisters and 2 brothers.
Harold Francis Juvinall will be laid to rest on Monday, July 10, 2017.
A viewing will be 10-11 AM on Monday July 10th, 2017 at Bonney-Watson Funeral Home, Federal Way, Washington, followed by a graveside service at Tahoma National Cemetery, Kent, Washington: "where heroes rest".
He will remain forever above his wife, Edna Mae, to whom he was devoted; and we will cherish his memory in our hearts.
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