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Hallie Grace Walker Trotter (1909 – 2006)

Hallie Grace Walker Trotter, 96, died Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2006, in Fort Worth, following a short illness with pneumonia.
Graveside service: 10 a.m. Saturday in Rose Hill Cemetery.
She was born Sept. 3, 1909, in Seborn Community. She was one of two surviving daughters of Virginia Elizabeth Worley Walker and George Washington Walker.
Hallie moved to Fort Worth with her parents and 10 siblings in 1928, where she met her husband, Marion Elliott Trotter, who died April 23rd, 1966. Following her husband’s death, Hallie lived alone, by choice, until her final illness. The couple had three children, all of whom were born in Fort Worth: William J. Trotter, Joyce Marie Trotter Damerau and the late Marion Edwin Trotter.
Hallie was the typical “Rosie the Riveter” when she worked in 1941 at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation of Fort Worth. There, she helped assemble the B-24 bombers for the United States during World War II. Among her favorite hobbies were sewing, and needlepoint. Sewing provided very special items for children, grandchildren and even great-grandchildren. Her needlepoint will be cherished heirlooms for her family.
Hallie was a fine-looking woman who always made her family proud, especially when she walked down the aisle unassisted at the age of 93 at a granddaughter’s wedding.
In addition to her parents, husband and middle son, Marion, Hallie was also preceded in death by nine brothers and sisters.
Survivors: in addition to her two surviving children, she is also survived by her baby sister, Ruby Pearl Walker Swenson; eight grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.

BROWN, OWENS & BRUMLEY
Family Funeral Home & Crematory
425 S. Henderson, 817-335-4557

Condolence Messages

  1. Shirlene& Driscoll Stovall :

    So sorry to hear about your mother
    may Gods love and our prayer be with
    you and your family.
    Shirlene ,Driscoll,Brandi Stovall
    Amber, Micheal,Hunter,Brayden Shuey
    Casey,Pha,Cooper Stovall

    Shirlene& Driscoll Stovall, Red Oak, TX

  2. John Boyd, Fort Worth, TX

  3. Rhonda Jacobson :

    In addition to her wonderful children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, Aunt Hallie left behind a greatniece who loved her very munch. I will always remember with great fondness the time we spent togetehr during my grandmother’s last days, and I am so glad I was able to see her so recently. Thanks so much for sharing her with me.

    I wish I could be with you today. I am shedding some tears.

    Rhonda Jacobson, Missouri City, TX

  4. Please axcept my deepest sympathies.

    Dave Pearson, Fort Worth, TX

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