Hal Whitaker, a well-known accountant and philanthropist, died on Sunday night following a protracted fight with cancer.
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Whitaker, who was up in Hillsboro, Texas, graduated from Baylor University and pursued a career in accounting.
Longtime business associate and fellow Baylor alumnus Roy Spinks describes how Whitaker was always there for the people he loved, no matter what.
“He was kind and considerate to everyone, he never met a stranger, and he always made time for people, no matter what the challenges or deadlines he had to meet.” a friend and mentor to everyone he encountered.
Whitaker was deeply committed to his community, as seen by his involvement in numerous organizations. He was recognized by the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce and brought the American Cancer Society’s cattle baron’s gala to Waco.
Whitaker was active with the American Cancer Society, Leadership Waco, the Texas Sports Hall of Fame, the American Red Cross, and numerous other charitable organizations.
Whitaker’s longtime friend Kathy Douthit recalls him as a community man.
Hal would constantly be quietly encouraging or helping in the background. Because he was the smart one, he was comparable to the Cancer Society’s and Cattle Baron’s grandfather. We called Hal if we needed anything.
Whitaker endured years of suffering from several kinds of cancer, but even in his final hours, Simpson recalls that it never prevented him from doing what he loved.
When I tell people that Roy had cancer for four years, they often say, ‘Roy, I had no idea he was sick.’” Spinks recollects this. He was therefore just tough, didn’t moan, and just had to get the job done.
As friends and family mourn the tremendous loss, Douthit exhorts the neighborhood to carry on his legacy.
“Know that your efforts matter and honor him by carrying on with his wonderful work.”