On February 3, 1981, Paul Hale and Diane Ross welcomed the birth of a child, a son the named Debois Tremayne Hale. Tremayne was a fun loving and happy baby with a beautiful smile. His parents knew early on that he would steal the hearts of those he encountered. He grew up in St. Paul AME Church and decided to give his life to Christ. He was baptized and united with St. Paul AME Church under the leadership of Pastor James H. Thomas. Tremayne was very active serving as an usher and a member of the youth Choir. He regularly attended Sunday school. Tremayne was educated in the Arkadelphia Public School System. He was a 1999 graduate of Arkadelphia High School. He was a “Fighting Badger” who excelled in football, but his passion was basketball. He was known as a team-player. He developed many lasting friendships with other students, faculty and staff. After graduation he worked for Nesbett & Creech Tire Service in Arkadelphia. He was a hard worker and dependable. He later moved to Hot Springs where he was employed with Oaklawn Racing in Hot Springs for 6 years and at Prime Line in Malvern. He would often brag to his mother that he was ready for a wife. While in Hot Springs he met the love of his life Kortney Shamel. Their love was instant and pure. They were married in November 19, 2014 and to this union two beautiful children were born Deitie and Emmitt. He also loved Kendal as his own daughter. Tremayne loved horses, sports, motorcycles, and was a XBOX fan. He found so much joy in riding his motorcycle. He was such a loving and thoughtful person. On the weekends you could find him and a gang of kids riding their bikes throughout the neighborhood. To know him, was to love him. On Saturday, August 29, 2015 Tremayne left this life of time to live forever in the life of eternity. He was preceded in death by his great-great grandparents, Jimmy and Birtie Lee Ross; his grandmother, Mary Ella Hale; his grandfather, Imon Hale; his uncles, Early W. Hale, Steve A. Hale and Eric D. Osborn. Because love is far greater than death, his spirit will live on with his loving wife, Kortney Shamel Hale of Hot Springs, AR; two beautufil daughters, Deitie T. Hale and Kendal O. Shamel; his handsome son, Emmitt T. Hale; his beloved mother, Diane (Dennis) Parker of Arkadelphia; a terrific father, Paul (Stella) Hale of Arkadelphia; his brother, Morris Parker of Arkadelphia; two sisters, DeAnna N. Parker of Forest City, AR and Alegra D. Parker of Arkadelphia; two step-sisters, Farrin Muldrew and Alexis Whiteside; step-brothers, Steve Hookfin, Kenny Hookfin, Isaiah Hookfin, Paul Hookfin, Chris Lewis and Bryson Lewis; his father and mother-in-law, Tom and Robin Shamel; and his brother-in-law, Scott Garner; aunts, Ella Hale and Sharon Avington; uncles, Michael (Jackie) Hale, Danny (Lisa) Hale and Kevin (Leslie) Hale; special friends, Jason Nelson, Mario Archie, Marcus Mitchell, and Matt Nesbett. He also leaves numerous cousins, other family members and several friends. A Celebration of his life will be shared Saturday, September 5, 2015 at 2:30 p.m. at St. Paul AME Church with Presiding Elder James H. Thomas, eulogist and Rev. T. W. Scott, officiating. Visitation will be Friday from 1-6 p.m. Interment will be in First Baptist Cemetery in Okolona, Arkansas.