Harper Rhyan Constance Hale

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MOOSE RIVER - Harper Rhyan Constance Hale, the precious and beautiful baby girl of Jacob and Kirstie Hale, was born Aug. 21, 2018 at 10:11 a.m., weighing 5-pounds 14-ounces and measuring 19-inches long. After 71 days of bringing joy, smiles, and endless love, she entered heaven to be with the Lord on Oct. 31, 2018.She was preceded in death by her namesakes, Great-Nana Constance Hall Krukowski and beloved family friend Jonathan Ryan Vining. Harper joins them and so many loved ones in heaven.She is survived by her parents and big brothers, Harland Christopher, Jeremiah, and Brody. She will always be in the hearts of her GrampSki and Grammy Barb (Chris Krukowski and Barb Carter of Spencer Lake), Grammy and Papa (Danielle Hale and Joe Bergeron of Jackman), Memé (Vonda Paradise of Flagler Beach, Florida), and Grampa Dave (David and Ellen Hale of Madison); her aunts and uncles, Gary Krukowski of Moose River, Ashley and Steven Haggan of Levant, Abram and Deanne Hale of Fairfield, and Noah and Barbara Hale of the West Forks; as well as her godparents, Matthew and Roxanne Vining; cousins, Paige, Emma, Addisyn, and Brayden will help carry Harper's sparkle through time. Great aunts and uncles, countless cousins, and dozens of family friends all live with beautiful memories of our sweet angel.Harper was the beat of her mother's heart and the light of her father's life. His baby girl, her little squeak. Given the name Mavis Peaches before birth by big brother Harland, she was the most beautiful thing to happen to our family. She was the exclamation point to the happiest sentence we could ever write.Her smile, her laugh, her love. She may have been small and she may have been quiet, but she was a warrior, her soul shined brighter than the moon, she would have moved mountains. Any arms that snuggled her were blessed. She only knew love – how to give it and how to receive it.While she will forever be missed, she will always be lovingly remembered. Heaven got another angel.Blessed are the pure of heart, for they shall see God. - Matthew 5:8A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, Nov. 10, at 11 a.m., at the Moose River Congregational Church with a reception to follow at the American Legion.Arrangements are under the care and direction of Giberson Funeral Home and Cremation Services. To view the online obituary, or leave condolences please visit www.gibersonfuneralhome.com Memorials may be given to Skowhegan Savings Bank or donated to the Moose River Congregational Church in Harper's name.

Published in Central Maine on Nov. 6, 2018
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