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Submitted by: Terry Dudley

Jack Ellis Whitehall

Jack Ellis Whitehall
March 25, 1979 ~ July 9, 2022

Jack Ellis Whitehall, of Stroud, OK passed away on Saturday, July 9, 2022. Jack was born on March 25, 1979 in Stroud, OK to Dwight Ellis Whitehall and Charlotte Mary (Hern) Whitehall.

He went to live with his sister in Virginia for a while and earned his GED and became a volunteer firefighter there. He eventually made his way back to Oklahoma but his love of being firefighter carried on and be helped Depew fire department for a while. Jack was also a certified EMT.

Jack really enjoyed anything outdoors but especially fishing and hunting. He recently was into motorcycles. He also really enjoyed drawing and tattooing; he was very creative. Jack also enjoyed learning Native America heritage and traditions. Jack was a man who would do anything for anyone.

Jack was preceded in death by his father, Dwight Whitehall, his grandparents Rose and Jesse Whitehall and a nephew Skeeter Snow.

Jack is survived by his wife Amanda (Pitts) Whitehall; mother Charlotte Whitehall; brothers Tim Beaver and wife Melanie, Ed Beaver and wife Becky and Ted Beaver and wife Mistie; sisters Pam Smith and husband Sherwin, Cindy Hays and Wendy Reneau and husband Brad; along with several nieces and nephews and many friends.

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