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Robert Paul Hall

Safety Harbor, Florida

Nov 14, 1942 – Nov 4, 2018 (Age 75)

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Robert "Bob" Paul Hall, born in Ionia, Michigan on November 14, 1942, to the late Phyllis Hall and Jack Hall, Sr. (Bonifay, FL), passed away at age 75 on November 4, 2018 in Safety Harbor, Florida. Robert was the beloved husband of Sharon Hall. He was preceded in death by his son, Robert P. Hall, Jr., and brother Terry Hall. Robert is survived by his daughters, Cindy Sigmund (Daniel), Bobbi Jo Borrink (Tommy), and Melody Taylor (James); brother, Jack Hall, Jr. (Connie); sisters, Sherry Redden (Terry) and Karen Ewing (Gordon); five grandsons and 1 great granddaughter.
In early years, Bob worked on oil rigs in Saudi Arabia and Michigan. He was also a heavy equipment operator. Bob and his wife, Sharon, relocated from Palm Bay, FL to the Briar Creek community of Safety Harbor in 2002. He served as an elder at First Presbyterian Church of Safety Harbor.
He was member of Port Malibar Rifle and Pistol Club, and he served as president of the Calusa Country Long Rifles. He joined the Florida Frontiersman in 1989, and he and his brother Jack ran a restaurant at Alafia River Rendevous for several years. He was recently honored with a Life Membership by Florida Frontiersman, and he was a well known and respected former governor of Alafia River Rendevous modern camp. Bob loved the outdoors, hunting, and fishing, and he achieved marksmanship awards in archery, black powder rifle, and tomahawk throw including Florida State Champion in Tomahawk Throw.
Those who wish may donate in Robert's name to First Presbyterian Church of Safety Harbor or Suncoast Hospice. Friends and family are invited to a Celebration of Life service, officiated by Rev. William A. Wildhack III, on Saturday, December 8 at 1:00 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church of Safety Harbor, 255 5th Ave S, Safety Harbor, Florida, 33761.

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Lorrie Boykin says you are walking the streets of gold up in heaven with the rest of the family. Sorry for you loss aunt Shay & melody.i will always love you uncle bob

So sorry for your loss, Cindy, Bobbi Jo, Melody and Sharon. Heaven has gained another Angel. Aunt Charlene

So sorry for the loss of Bob, a nother class mate & cousin prayers for all

Heaven has gained an angel

So sorry for your lost Cindy, Bobbi, Melody, and his wife. Prayers and Hugs to the whole family!! Also, to my Aunt Arlene!!

I will miss you my brother love you with all my love your sister Karen

I know everyone who knew Bob will miss him. Thinking of dear Sharon and the family and church friends with love and prayers for the strong comfort of God. You two seemed so perfect for each other. Love never ends.

We were blessed to know Bob and have him as a dear friend. Well hold wonderful memories of him in our hearts.. RIP

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