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Reese Haile

Thursday, October 17, 2019
Reese Haile

On Monday, Sept. 30, 2019, Bradley Reese Haile passed away at the young age of 19 while stationed in Spangdahlem, Germany.

Services with military honors were held Sunday, Oct. 13, at First Baptist Church in Hamilton under the direction of Riley Funeral Home.

He was born March 3, 2000, to Bradley Haile and Stephanie Brown and had an unbreakable bond with his sister Presley. He joined the Air Force out of high school and demonstrated his love and pride for his country with strength and courage.

Reese possessed a myriad of talents from hunting and tanning snakes to his ability to perform songs after only a half hour of learning them. He loved playing guitar, especially when performing with his sister, and appreciated music of all kinds.

Reese was one of the most accepting young men in the world. He could talk to anyone and everyone for hours without a problem and practiced kindness wherever he was. He was love by many for his big personality, his big, goofy smile and dimples, and the way he feared nothing. He was an avid tinkerer and would make or fix anything, especially his truck, which he had put so much work into. He was an outdoorsman and full of adventure up to his last breath. There’s no doubt he still had quite a few adventures left in him.

Reese is survived by his mother and stepfather Stephanie and Johnny Brown of Goldthwaite; father Bradley Haile of Hamilton; sister Presley Haile of Goldthwaite; brother Tanner Brown and wife Kyla of Purmela; sister Haley Adcock and husband Greg of Georgetown; grandparents Mike and Debbie Eoff of Hamilton, Michael Spurgin of Pottsboro, Don and Sylvia Haile of Hamilton; great-grandparents Kenneth Spurgin and Alma Broyles, both of McKinney; uncles Brian Haile, Brandon Haile and wife Bridgette, Justin Frasier and wife Michelle and Tanner Eoff and wife Valerie, all of Hamilton, and Chase Spurgin of Pottsboro; and several cousins.