- 65 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 29, 1948
- Date of passing: Jan 9, 2014
|Let the memory of Wayne be with us forever|
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Wayne A. Hall of Doylestown, passed away Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014, at Doylestown Hospital. He was 65.
Wayne was born on Oct 29, 1948, the youngest of four children born to Anna Dager Hall and Howard R. Hall of Warminster.
'Huntz' to his college friends, he attended Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa. and graduated with a B.S. in Geology, Class of 1971.
Wayne lived in Erie, Pa. area for many years and his two much adored children were born there. He moved to Phoenix, Ariz. in 1987. He moved back to the Philadelphia area and resided in Doylestown, in 1997.
He will be missed by his many friends and long time roommate.
Wayne worked as a steel fabricator for his entire career. He most recently worked at CemcoLift Elevator. He enjoyed hunting and fishing and nature.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Anna Dager Hall and father Howard Hall. He is survived by his daughter, Jennifer Hall Rogers and her husband, Toby of Chicago, Ill.; his son, Michael Wayne Hall of Brooklyn, N.Y.; his two sisters, Marion Lepard (Paul), and Carol Johnson; and his brother, Howard Hall (Patty); and three grandchildren, Cameron, Mackenzie and Harrison, as well as several nieces and nephews, and extended family.
The memorial service will be held Saturday, Feb. 22, at Neshaminy-Warwick Presbyterian Church, 1401 Meetinghouse Road, Warminster at 2 p.m. Interment will be held privately.
In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Pennsylvania Game Commission. All monies donated benefit Pennsylvania wildlife.
We will remember him forever.
"I am thinking about Wayne's family today. He would be so proud to know how special his lifeline is. His daughter Jenn is an exceptional woman who has shown me so much love and support. Words cannot even begin to describe how much she means to me. Wayne's grandchildren are also an integral part of my family's life. Cameron has been my son Sam's best friend since they met in first grade at Alcott School. We refer to them as Frick and Frack or Laurel and Hardy. They fight like brothers but love each other just the same. I am grateful they have each other to lean on. Mackenzie is my beautiful butterfly. We have a special relationship, some may call us kindred soles. We understand each other. I cannot wait to see what the future holds once her wings completely unfold. I am looking forward to being there every step of the way. And Harrison, the comic relief that we all need, a die hard Duke fan and a killer baseball player. His smile makes the world a little brighter each and every day. Wayne can rest in peace knowing that his legacy is being carried on by this beautiful family that has such a special place in my heart. Sending lots of love and prayer to the Hall Family."
"No matter how many days, months, or years pass it will always feel like too soon. I imagine you walking in the woods, or sitting at the rivers edge, or fishing at a lake. I know you have binoculars around your neck and are excited for the possibilities of what you might find or discover. I am completed comforted knowing you are at peace, but still miss you more than words could ever describe. Know that you are missed today and always."
"I think of you often and focus on the good memories. Time doesn't erase the fun we had or the things we shared. Your children are good people who understand the meaning of love and friendship. They do you proud. You are missed and with out a doubt were and still are loved."
I miss you so much and wish I could talk to you again, even just one more time. … to hear your voice. tell you how much you were loved.
"I am thinking about Jenn and the rest of Wayne's family today. I know milestones such as a birthday can be a difficult time. I am truly blessed to have Wayne's daughter Jenn in my life. Her loving friendship and incredible ability to capture the beauty of nature through her photography would warm Wayne's heart. I am sending much love and prayer to the Hall family today and every day."
"Wishing you a Happy Birthday in heaven, , Wayne. Know that you are missed and loved every day. I remember our talks frequently and with great fondness. Rest easy, you are dearly missed and thought of, often.♡"
"I missed you over the holidays and so did sheila. Rest in peace my friend!"
"Life has a funny way of touching you sometimes. Although I never was able to meet Wayne, his passing brought me so much closer to his daughter, Jenn. I have had the honor of hearing Jenn share memories of her father. I pray that Wayne is in a better place and has finally found peace. I am sending Wayne's family lots of love, support and prayer."
"Happy Birthday dude! You will always be missed"
"I never had the pleasure of meeting Wayne Hall although he and I shared a common similarity. I can only imagine that Wayne was a special man with some incredible traits. I base this on my close friendship with his daughter Jenn. Her family is my family. My Mom's line about Jenn is "Are you real or just an angel?" Wayne can rest in peace knowing that his daughter will represent the Hall name. Sending lots of love and prayer to Wayne's family."
"Wayne - A naturalist, hard-working, educated and loving man. Your destiny is now peaceful. Enjoy soaring with the birds, hunting and fishing for the "Big One""
"Jennifer is a dear friend of mine here in Chicago. The memorial service for Wayne was incredibly thoughtful and touching. I appreciate meeting Jennifer's family and friends from the east coast. God bless."
"Wayne was a man of incredible intelligence, wit, love and knowledge of nature. He will be missed."
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