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December 08, 2019

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August 30, 2019
Eric And I are very sorry to hear about your dad passing. Sending prayers to your family. Bob is at peace now. God bless him.
August 29, 2019
Sorry to read about your dad's passing. I do go by through Hall and always enjoyed stopping at the stand. Always loved to catch up on old times from you Bob from my time at Whitman. Sincere condolences to the entire family.
August 27, 2019
There are certain people who influence and contribute in gentle ways. My Uncle Bob was one of those people.

Having visited the Hall farm at an early age, I was made to feel a part of our family and heritage. I'll always be grateful for how Uncle Bob, Aunt Lotte and the kids made my brother Doug and I feel welcome, and how we were taught life lessons while working on the farm.

Uncle Bob was excellent at sharing our family history with the younger generations, and he constantly took the time to show us photos and the family burial grounds, telling stories while always making it interesting and educational.

He was gentle and kind to me, always smiling and up for a challenge. While visiting him in AZ during his Great American Tour', our one-year old daughter Siena decided it was time to cry for about two hours - and while Amy and I were ready to take a swim in wine, Uncle Bob gently kept telling Siena (he called her Senna, but we went with it) it's OK... it's OK.... She still didn't stop, but it was his kindness and unbelievable patience that always stayed with me; and I learned from that. I learned to be a more patient dad. Now that I think about it, he was probably a bit hard of hearing, which may have been a factor in his saintly level of patience...

In my opinion, his greatest accomplishment was passing on his good qualities through example and making people feel special. He represented the family beautifully, from the way he said grace at dinner, to the way he presented himself in the community. I'll miss him, and know that he's up there smiling right now.

Our deepest sympathies and condolences.

Rest In peace, Uncle.

Russ Hall
San Diego, CA
August 26, 2019
So sorry for your loss. I remember him being a very kind man. When I owned the jewelry store in Penn Yan he would sometimes just come in to say hello. He'll be missed by all.
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