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  • "so sorry to hear about Warren he was a wonderful person and..."
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    - Laurie Funk
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WARREN RICHARD HALL In the early morning hours on September 20th, 2016, Warren Richard Hall passed away gracefully in his sleep. At the age of 95, he lived a long and fruitful life as a devoted Husband, Dad, Granddad and friend. Warren was born in American Falls, ID to Bert and Edella Hall and was the oldest of 4 children. He married Nenette Kotschenreuther, his "Mason City girl", 74 years ago in Coulee City where they began their family of six children. He served in the Army as a Private, 1st Class, in the 594th Army Air Force Base Unit and after being honorably discharged in 1946, served as one of the original instructors at Perry Institute in Yakima, WA. From there, Warren followed in his Father's footsteps and gave his career as an Electronic Engineer to the Department of the Army, Corp of Engineers, starting with Grand Coulee Dam and other area Dam construction in the NW. He was a loving, consistent man with a playful mischievous side. He touched our lives with his quiet strength and deep wisdom. His heart was full with love and gratitude and will be sorely missed. The twinkle in his eyes and happy smile melted many hearts. Warren is survived by his loving wife, Nenette, Son's, Warren (Judy) Hall, Robert (Halima) Hall, Bert (Maria) Hall, Charles Hall, and Daughter's Jan Darrington and Teresa Booth. He was also a beloved Grand and Great Grand Dad to Geri Booth (Aiden and Averie) Mel, Kurt (Katherine and Dennis), Richard, Christine (Kendra and Corbin), Sophia, Johara, Rachel, Stephanie, Nicole, Colton, and Caiden. Thank you to all of the compassionate caretakers at Regence Canyon Lake Restorative Rehab for your love. The immediate family will gather together at Sunset Gardens in celebration on Saturday, September 24, 2016.
Published in Tri-City Herald on Sept. 24, 2016
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