Robert Edward "Bob" Hall
Bishop-Crites Funeral Home & Crematory
108 N Broadview St
Greenbrier, AR

Robert "Bob" Edward Hall, 89, of Quitman (previously of Sherwood), Arkansas passed away on November 26, 2021. He was born in Chester, Arkansas on September 2, 1932 to Richard Samuel Hall and Hettie Mae Kennedy Hall.

He is preceded by his parents, Richard and Hattie Mae Hall; loving wife of 66 years, Nancy (Barr) Hall; siblings, Sue Graham, Kenneth Hall, Wilma Hoover, and Faye Sanson.

Bob served in the Air Force and then spent his career as a school teacher at Sylvan Hills, Metropolitan and Forest Heights. He was also a longtime member, Sunday school teacher, youth director and Boy Scout leader at Sylvan Hill Methodist Church.

Bob (The Mayor of Jackson Drive) was well known for his passion for continuing education, dancing, woodworking, artwork, reading, writing, playing cards, politics, movies, fishing and boats rides on Greers Ferry Lake on his old pontoon boat. Bob especially loved traveling after retirement, as he and Nancy traveled the world and for awhile even owned a condo in the Dominican Republic.

Bob especially loved is family and is survived by his daughter, Melody (Glenn) Bolick of White Hall; sons, Daniel (Ruth) Hall of Guy; Kenneth (Christie) Hall of Greenbrier; and John Robert (Donna) Hall of Bremerton, Washington; grandchildren, Joshua Hall, Nicholas (Melanie) Hall, Jessica (Coty) Linville, Brooklynn (Chris) Hall-Hughes, Kenneth (Samantha) Hall, Jason (Gina) Bolick, Clayton Bolick, Jason Hall, Justin Hall, Melissa Hall; great grandchildren, Kaden, Keaton, Presely, Greyson, Khloe, Harvin, Case, Hendrix, Kenzie, Holley, Miller and Kaya Lynn; brother, Richard Hall; and worldwide friends.

Graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at Pearson Cemetery in Quitman, Arkansas.

Arrangements made with Bishop-Crites Funeral Home, 108 North Broadview Street, Greenbrier, Arkansas 72058, www.bishop

Published by The Sun Times on Nov. 30, 2021.
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Pearson Cemetery
279 Edgemont Road, Quitman, AR
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Bob was an gifted, intelligent, caring "renaissance man" that has made my life richer for the knowing of him. He freely shared his love of reading as well as woodworking with anyone who expressed an interest. Bob crafted a wondrous wooden vase for me in reference to "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" that made a deep impression with him and in turn touched me forevermore. I don't think I'm done shedding tears just yet. I still envy his winter coat. LOL Love you Bob!! Thank You!! I'll miss you greatly!! ~ Teresa
Teresa Tami-Worley (Cleburne County Library)
December 2, 2021
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