Goglin Funeral Home, Scotland
Thursday September 28th, 2017
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Rev. Matthew Resner
Angeline Halla, 96, of Scotland, South Dakota (and formerly of Yankton, South Dakota), passed away on Sunday, September 24, 2017 at Good Samaritan Society, Scotland.
Angeline was born on November 4, 1920 to Benjamin and Emma Dorothea (Winter) Veen on a farm southwest of Menno, South Dakota. She was baptized by Rev. Otto Brunsch in Menno and confirmed by Rev. George Zink in Scotland. She lived all her young life in Hutchinson County, even after the death of her parents. She attended rural school through the 8th grade. Angeline married Harvey Halla in 1954 and together they made their home on a farm north of Yankton. To this union, three sons were born: Gary, Gregory, and Grant. She worked hard and did an excellent job keeping everything all together. She was proud of her sons who completed military careers and followed into postal careers. For numerous years she babysat and worked at Betty's Lunch.
Upon the death of her husband, Harvey, in 1993, Angeline moved into Yankton and started living at Hudson Apartments on Mulberry St. While there, she worked several years at Gurneys. Angeline also looked forward to the visits from her sons during the summer.
She spent many of her last years at the Walnut Village Senior Apartments in Yankton.
She is survived by three sons, granddaughter Dakota Marie, and nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Harvey, brothers Edgar Herbert and Johann Hardus, two infant sisters, sisters-in-law Leona Att and Jean Webb, and nephew Charles Veen.
Angeline was a beloved mother who will be missed incredibly and never forgotten.
one hour prior to service
I love you & miss the long talks on the phone. I just wish I knew that it was the last time I would see you. Gary, Gregg & Grant didn't tell me that you were gone which broke my heart. 💔 You used to tell me that if you had a daughter she would be like me. You were my oldest & dearest friend. Rest softly Angie
We'll meet again.
Kathy McFarland Sep 3 2021 11:37 AM
Gary, Greg, and Grant and family, My deepest sympathy in the loss of your mother. I remember her as being a very hard working woman on the farm. May God wrap his loving arms around you and keep you in his care in the days and weeks ahead.
Ann Drotzmann Sep 28 2017 3:20 AM
Our prayers are with the family, Gary has always been a dear friend since High School. We are sorry for the loss of your mother. May you be comforted by all of your wonderful memories.
Harold and Angie Schramm Sep 28 2017 1:04 AM
Gary, Greg & Grant My deepest sympathies on the loss of your mother. It is never easy to let a loved one go-may she rest in peace.
Ruth (Drotzmann) Wylie Sep 27 2017 5:25 PM