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 Benjamin Franklin “Frank” Haller

Benjamin Franklin “Frank” Haller

Birth
Blair, Washington County, Nebraska, USA
Death 1 Apr 1974 (aged 57)
Price, Carbon County, Utah, USA
Burial Monticello, San Juan County, Utah, USA
Memorial ID 147595 · View Source
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Father - Lucien C. HALLER
Mother - Elinore NIELSON
Spouse - Johanna (Ann) DYKGRAAF (div)
married Oct 31, 1953 in Aztec, San Juan, NM

VETERAN - T/Sgt. USAF, WWII
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BENJAMIN HALLER BURIED IN UTAH

(veteran) Benjamin Franklin Haller died April 1, 1974 at Monticello, Utah and funeral service were held at the Mormon Church, Monticello.
Survivors are his two sons, James and Peter at home on their father’s ranch near Monticello, and a sister Eleanor Haller Johnson of Shelton, Washington; two aunts, Lorayne Bosking of LosGatos, California and Marion Reynolds of Los Angeles, California; two uncles, Leth Nielsen of Blair and Andrew Nielsen of Kennard.

Benjamin Franklin Haller was born on January 27, 1917 to Mr. and Mrs. Laueien Haller. His early life was spent in Blair and San Antonio, Texas. While attending High School he was active in athletics and became a Texas All State tackle in 1934. He attended St. Mary’s College in San Antonio, Texas and San Jose State in California.
At 19 years of age he joined the armed forces of the U.S. Army and the Air Force. One tour of duty was in the European theater during World War II as an airborne engineer and gunman. He also served three years in the Alaskan Air Command.

He moved to Monticello, Utah in 1948 and farmed there since that time.


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  • Imported from: UT State Historical Society
  • Added: 2 Feb 2000
  • Find A Grave Memorial 147595
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Benjamin Franklin “Frank” Haller (27 Jan 1917–1 Apr 1974), Find A Grave Memorial no. 147595, citing Monticello City Cemetery, Monticello, San Juan County, Utah, USA ; Maintained by Utah State Historical Society (contributor 4) .