Ronald Hall Obituary, Ronald Hall has suddenly passed away

Ronald Hall Obituary, Death – Before Ronald was born, both of Ronald’s parents, George R. Hall and Delores V. Hall, had passed away. Ronald was the son of George R. Hall and Delores V. Hall. He was the devoted husband of Brenda Hall, the loving father of M. Denise Griffith, Stacey L. Milburn, Bernadette E. Hall, and the late Willis M. Adcock and Michelle D. Thomas, the dear brother of Dennis Hall and the late Linda Caulfield, and the adoring grandfather of 10 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, as well as a large number of nieces and nephews.

He passed away on January 15, 2019. The first of February 2019 was the day he went away. The passing of Ronald took place in the month of September. He was a man of honor who had a profound love for the people who lived in his hometown, as well as for the Lord, his wife and children, the congregation at his church, and his children’s congregation. Ronald made the unexpected decision to retire sooner than he had planned after spending 33 years of his professional life working for the Surface Transportation Board of the Federal Government.

Not only did he serve in the Army, but he also led the Department of Maryland, local Posts 2 and 34, served as the Membership Coordinator for AMVETS, and represented VAVS in front of AMVETS. He was a very accomplished individual. In addition to his service in the Army, he was responsible for all of these responsibilities. In addition to that, he worked for free for a local veterans’ affairs group and was the Commander of the American Legion in Maryland for a good number of years.

He did all of this as a volunteer. On the 22nd of December, 2022, at 9:45 in the morning, a Catholic Mass will be held in his honor at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church, which can be found at 10001 Bird River Road in Middle River, Maryland 21220. The date of the Mass is set for the 22nd of December, 2022. There has been no decision made on the time or date of the Mass as of yet. When the dust from the event has finally settled, there will be a burial service held at the Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.