Bennie M. Hall
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Bennie M. Hall

Asheville - Bennie M. Hall, of Asheville, died Saturday, June 5 at the VA Hospice. He is preceded in death by his parents Mary Ann Duvall Hall, Bennie R. Hall and 2 brothers, Jim and Douglas Hall. He is survived by his wife, Pam Hall; daughters, Christa and Alice Hall; son, Michael Hall; 4 grandchildren; 2 sisters, Nola Frisbee and Charlotte Hall Sexton; and one brother, Walter Hall. He was uncle to 11 nieces and nephews. He was a loving husband, father, brother, uncle and grandfather. He was a multi-talented proud marine who loved his family, friends, music, the mountains, good food and his country. He will be forever missed. Memorial to be held at a later date. Semper Fi




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Published in Asheville Citizen-Times from Jun. 8 to Jun. 9, 2021.
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June 14, 2021
My dear little brother. I remember when you were born. The long, locks of curly blond hair. You did more things in your life than most people will ever think of. You were a great writer, singer, musician, and song writer. I love the song Nashville Blues, Take Me Back and Keep A Dreamin', You were a great story teller and one of the wittiest people I have ever met. Oh yes, and you were really a great Inventor. You invented so many things and I loved them. I can't believe you left us. But you will forever be in my heart. But right now my heart is full of tears. You got your degree in Culinary Arts and made a great Chef. Loved your cooking. You were very artistic. You had a heart as big as the sky. You were just a wonderful person rolled up in all the love that you were. I will always miss you, think about you and until we meet again, Keep A Dreamin'
Charlotte Hall Sexton
Sister
June 13, 2021
His name was Bennie Michael but we called him Mike, and he is my baby brother. I will miss you little brother for the rest of my life and I will see you again, all I can do now is recall all the times we were together and all of out adventures. I thank God I was your big sister and had the opportunity to know the kind of man you were. You loved your family deeply and took care of your youngest daughter for 37 years and I know that had to be a burden that most people cannot understand. Your love and caring for Mama and Daddy also spoke highly of you and all that you did for others. "Yes, little brother my heart is broken and until we meet again, I love you and you will be forever in my heart"
Nola Hall Frisbee
Sister
June 13, 2021
Charlotte Hall Sexton
Sister
June 13, 2021
Charlotte Hall Sexton
Family
June 9, 2021
Our thoughts and prayers for each of you at this time. May you feel God's comfort through the days ahead.
Dennis & Marie McMahan
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