Hal Shockey

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Hal Shockey
Born1927
Vanscoy, Saskatchewan, Canada
DiedOctober 1, 2013
OccupationAvid hunter, star guest on TV, road worker
Known forHunting skills
Home townSaskatoon, Canada
TelevisionOutdoor Channel
Spouse(s)Lil Shockey
ChildrenJim Shockey
RelativesEva Shockey, Louise Shockey, Branlin Shockey, Len Johann

Hal Shockey was a Canadian outdoorsman. He spent most of his adult life in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and worked in road construction.[1] After retiring from road working at the age of sixty-six, his son, Jim Shockey, invited Hal to work for his outfitting show and company. From that point, Hal Shockey became an important character on his son's hit hunting TV show on Outdoor Channel, which airs in America and Wild TV in Canada.[1]

Hal Shockey married Lil Shockey.[2] He is related to Jim Shockey, Eva Shockey, Len Johann, and Branlin Shockey.[3]

Death[edit]

Hal Shockey died on October 1, 2013 at the age of 86 of natural causes.[4]

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