Carol Berlin Piatt
(Died March 7, 2014)
Harold Hall, 83, of Monroe City, died Friday, March 7 at University Hospital in Columbia. He was born May 27, 1930 in Quincy, IL to W. Lee and Mary Helen Frericks Hall. He was married to Theresa Adam on April 19, Read more ...
1949 at St. Stephen’s Church in Indian Creek, MO. Theresa died in August, 2008. Harold is survived by his children, Terri (Bob) Brown, Hartsurg, MO: Barbara (Don) Williams and Adam (Judy) Hall, Columbia MO; Chris (David) Pfeiffer, Winigan, MO; Alan (Kim) Hall, Eldon, MO; David (Lora) Hall, Holts Summit, MO and Larry (Audrea) Hall, Portland, OR. His sister, Harriet (Norman) Grubb, Hannibal, MO; sisters-in-law, Winifred Hall, Palmyra, MO; and Katie Hall, Springfield, IL brothers-in law, Richard (Rusty) Adam, Monroe City, MO and Martin (Charlotte) Adam, Quincy, IL Also surviving are 16 grandchildren, April Hughes, Barbara Brockelman, Dawn Klempke, Greg Williams, Lauren Hermann, Taylor Hall, Angie James, Kristin Mayson, Kim Kent, Nick Pfeiffer, Shannon Koelzer, Courtney Brown, Dillon Hall, Cameron Hall, Peyton Hall and Kendalyn Hall. Harold had 21 Great-Grandchildren, Nathan and Ian Hughes, Finn and Phoebe Brockelman, Hector Klempke, Tom, Max and Clare Williams, Quentin, Spencer and Trip Hermann, Isabelle and Landry Hall, Sean and Matt James, Jordin and Stella Mayson, Logan and Milo Koelzer, Hallan and Rylan Brown, and Baby Kent, due in May 2014. Harold is survived by his many nieces and nephews, who will miss his teasing and stories and the search for the next lunker trout. Harold will be remembered fondly by close friends Dallas (Mary) Elliott and Jim Reeves and special friend, Doris Kennison. He was preceded in death by his parents and brothers William, Eugene and Norbert Hall. Harold lived in Hunnewell, owner of Hall’s Service for 20+ years, worked in maintenance at Prince MFG in Quincy, and ended his career at Diemakers, Inc. for 22 years, retiring with Theresa in 1996. Harold was a member of St. John’s Catholic Church where he was a lector and Eucharistic Minister until they joined with Holy Rosary Parish. He was a long time member of the St. Stephen’s Council, Knights of Columbus. At Holy Rosary Parish, he continued as a lector and Eucharistic Minister, and was on the team for R.C.I.A., and was an active member of Cursillo and Residents Encounter Christ (REC). He was a fix-it man and was devoted to his family and many friends. Memorial donations may be made to Monroe City Nutrition Center, Holy Rosary School or charity of t, 315 Vine, Monroe City, MO 63456 the giver’s choice c/o Garner Funeral Home &
Chapel, 315 N. Vine, Monroe City, MO 63456.