Alfred A. HawleyFebruary 22,2013
Alfred A. HawleyAlfred A. Hawley
SALEM, Va. — Alfred A. Hawley, 92, of Salem, Va., passed away on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013.
He was born in Rutland, Vt., the son of Arthur and Lucretia (Von Fintell) Hawley.
He is survived by his wife, Jean Vining Hawley, and her children, Alice Root of Buffalo, N.Y., Judy Hastings and husband Michael of Albany, N.Y., Pat Garrison and husband Jim of Elliston, Va., and Bob Vining of Roanoke, Va.; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; his sister, Dorothy Hawley Billings, and a sister-in-law, Esther Hawley, of Rutland, Vt.; as well as several nieces and nephews.
Mr. Hawley served in the U.S. Navy and retired from 3M after 33 years of service. He had been a ballroom dancer and loved travelling worldwide through the Friendship Force. Al and Jean enjoyed 10 winters in their home in Holiday, Fla.
He was predeceased by his sister, Verna Sprague, and brothers, Ira Hawley and Arlyn Hawley. A brother, Maurice E. Hawley, followed him in death Feb. 19.
A service for the family will be held in Rutland, Vt., at a later date. The Hawley family is being served by John M. Oakey & Son Funeral Home and Crematory in Salem, Va. (540) 389-5441.
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