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a. Note:   e. It was not a pleasent death. His foot and let to his knee rotted and turned black and smelly before death over took him at the age of 83 years. It bothered Henry a great deal to have to stay in bed. But he was too weak and no one expected him to rise and dress just to meet the day. some of his last wishes were to not tell anyone he was such a mess. I think he was very strong and brave to suffer this way.. He went into a comma two days before his death. Therefore he died at home after one month of bed care. Home care came in every day to dress and bath him. The home care nurse came in every day to change the dressing on his foot. Sherri Singelton was so good to him. Craig (son) and VenaRae (daughter) traded time off and cared for Henry day and night. Tim (son) and Mellnie (daughter) assisted. Henry was pleasant and concious right to his death. 9:35 pm.22 August 1999.
His burial was done by the Bidwel Furneral Home in St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho and he was burried beside his Wife Illa Harriet Hatt and his son Henry Doyle Hall. at the Sugar city cemetery.
His home was sold to Robert and Ruth Mortensen.
Henry became infected with Gangreen in his left heel. He chose no amputation or hospital time. Therefore he died at home after one month of bed care. Home care came in every day to dress and bath him. The home care nurse came in every day to change the dressing on his foot. Sherri Singelton was so good to him. Craig (son) and VenaRae (daughter) traded time off and cared for Henry day and night. Tim (son) and Mellnie (daughter) assisted. Henry was pleasant and concious right to his death. 9:35 pm.
Henry became infected with Gangreen in his left heel. He chose no amputation or hospital time. Therefore he died at home after one month of bed care. Home care came in every day to dress and bath him. The home care nurse came in every day to change the dressing on his foot. Sherri Singelton was so good to him. Craig (son) and VenaRae (daughter) traded time off and cared for Henry day and night. Tim (son) and Mellnie (daughter) assisted. Henry was pleasant and concious right to his death. 9:35 pm.
Note:   Henry became infected with Gangreen in his left heel. He chose no amputation or hospital tim


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