Sheldon K. ‘Stub’ Hague 1934 - 2010

Stub Hague

Stub Hague

Stub Hague, 76, Rimrock, AZ. Passed peacefully at home, November 15, 2010, with his loving wife Pamella Filey, daughter, Shelley and son-in-law Dean White at his side.

Born June 21, 1934 in Camden, NY, the son of C Alton and Fannie Campbell, Hague. Pre- deceased in death by his brother Raymond and Sister Lillian Nadeu.

Stub served in the United States Army 1957-1963. He was co-founder of the Village Tree Service, drove truck for Whiteheads and Scotts Trucking. Retired from Niagra Mohawk as tree crew foreman.

Stub was well known across the state of New York as an avid “motor head” he turned his wrench till the very end. A patriotic man proud to fly his colors. To those who knew him, know of his compassionate love for life, mankind and all living things.

Besides his wife, daughter and son-in-law he leaves behind his favorite “Bro” Quinnie Hague of Camden, his loving “sis” Audrey Fargo of Canastota. His Grandson’s Joshua and Luke Kroll and one great grandson Tanner. Several nieces and nephews. His favorite cat, “Fat Cat,” and grand dog, “Piper,” along with many friends.

A life member of the American Legion, his services will be held at post # 93 Camp Verde AZ December 11, 2010

Contributions in Stub’s memory may be made to: Arthur S. Moran Post # 66 Camden, NY or David C Johnson Post # 93 PO BOX 1570 Camp Verde, AZ 86322

Information provided by survivors.


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