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Bobby Dewain Hall, 48, of Columbia passed away Sunday, February 21, 2010 surrounded by his loving family. A memorial service will be held 5:00 p.m., Friday, February 26, 2010 at Woodcrest Chapel in Columbia. Visitation will be from 3:30 p.m. until the time of the service at the church. Bobby was born September 23, 1961 in Houston, MO to Dewain Hall and the late Hazel (Massey) Hall. He graduated as Salutatorian from Houston High School where he received the John Phillip Sousa Award for Trumpet performance. He then attended the School of the Ozarks where he received a BS in Accounting. Bobby was a man first and foremost committed to the Lord, but also loved football and coached baseball. He was also an avid runner and ran a Marathon in 2004. He is survived by his loving wife of 25 years, Sherry of the home, his two sons David & Kelsey Hall and Nathan Hall both of Columbia as well many relatives and friends. The family respectfully requests no flowers and that donations be made to the Nathan Hall Education Fund which has been set up at Missouri Credit Union, 111 E. Broadway, Columbia, MO 65203.
Krista & Kevin Duncan says
We are so sorry for your loss. We will keep you all in our prayers. Kevin & Krista Duncan and Ryan Sefrit
Mike & Jan Dempsey says
The man certainly made a lasting impression on us. So many wonderful memories as neighbors, as a coach, and a dear friend. Our prayers are with you
Kent, Tracey and James Hudelson says
Bobby was a true inspiration and we will miss him greatly. So many wonderful memories of our summers spent together on the baseball field. Memories that we will never forget. God has certainly called home a great man and heaven has another angel. Love and blessing to you Sherry, David and Nater Tater.
Amy Camp says
Sherry and boys, We are so sorry for your loss. Bobby was a good and kind man. We feel blessed to have known him. God bless you all as you go through this period of grief. God will be right there with you all the time, as will Bobby, looking down from heaven now, with his perfect body, free from pain.
Jan Palmer says
I am so very sorry foryour loss. He was a great man and now is in Heaven with his Lord. May you be surrounded by His love today.
Lauren Fretwell says
Thinking of you so often, Sherry. No words can make the pain go away, but you are being held up in prayer. I hope that you can feel that today and the days to come. So sorry for you loss.
AmyRene Wigger says
Bobby will truly be missed. You, the boys & the rest of your family will remain in my prayers! AmyRene
Katrina Ogden says
I did’nt know Bob personally, but from what I have heard about him, he will be greatly missed. I am Dewain’s house cleaner, and he talks about Bob alot and i wanted to tell your family how sorry i am for your loss.
Harold Pumford says
Sherry and boys. It was my honor to be associated with Bobby for a number of years in his positions at MIRMA. I’m confident he has the organization in great shape for a continued achievement of his dreams and ambitions for this outstanding pool. He, and you, have been in my constant thoughts and prayers ever since he told me of his condition back in August in VT. And, you will remain in them as you each seek to fulfill his dreams and ambitions for you, which were indeed even greater than those for MIRMA.
Randy Hall says
We, Are So Sorry to Hear of the Loss of a Great Cousin and Ball Player. Bobbie you will truelly Be missed. With Lots of Love .
Randy, Jeannia & Chelsey Hall
Chuck and Lisa Hall says
Sherry, David, and Nathan,I am so sorry for your loss. I know that words do little to ease the pain and sorrow you feel at this time. Just know that we share your sorrow and will keep you in our prayers.
Lisa Bailey says
Thinking of you and your family during this time of sorrow. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Patty Berry says
I’m so sorry Sherry. I didn’t know Bobby but he obviously was a very loving and caring husband and father. You’re in my prayers.
Susan Blackmore says
thinking of you
Dawn Jones says
Bob was an amazing person, friend, co-worker, boss and first and foremost husband and father. We will miss him so much at MIRMA. I feel so blessed to have known him and you Sherry, David, Nathan and Kelsey. Words can’t describe what a wonderful person he was. We all love you Bob Hall! Sherry you and your kids will always be a part of our family at MIRMA. We love you!!
Linda and Kevin Schafer says
We feel fortunate to have known Bobby. Sherry, you and Bobby and the boys were the best neighbors ever! We always felt at ease when the kids were with you, and you were so good to us. We love you!
Julie Lindemann says
I’m so glad I had the opportunity to meet Bobby. He was a kind hearted person, but mostly a loving husband and father. He will be missed by all..May God welcome Bobby into his kingdom and hold his family tight in his arms. Rest in peace Bobby.
Nita Massey says
You and family are in out thoughts.
Angie Joens Gettys says
We are so sorry for your loss. He was a great classmate. You are in our prayers. Angie, Scott and Jeff Gettys, Houston, MO
Joe,Tony,Rachel, Sam and Barb Stiffler says
Dear Sherry and boys, we are all so sad to hear about Bobby, what a fighter! Don’t ever doubt the impact he had on others, especially all those years with our kids playing ball.Our hearts go out to you, we know what you are going thru. We are praying hard for you, please email or call if you need to talk (573-808-1511)
Brenda Mitchell says
Sherry – My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Bob was a wonderful person and we will all miss him. I was acquainted with Bob through the MIRMA group.
linda&joyce massey says
dear Sherry and the boys. we are so sorry for your loss. you are in our prayers.bobby you will be truely be missed by your familys and friends linda & joyce
Jim Briggs says
Sherry-My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Bobby was a wonderful person. I served with Bobby on MIRMA’s Board
Shannon Jones says
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Shannon, JoAnna, Kelsey, Brian, Kari & Matt
Friends from ACME Lawrence says
We are all thinking of you and your loved ones, David. We love you.
Patrick Fitzgerald says
With deepest sympathy. Although we lost touch since we last saw Bobby, we are saddened by his premature death. May God Bless you and keep you. Patrick “Coach” and Thela Fitzgerald, Two Harbors, MN
Ed and Donna Zahn says
Sherry and Family-I probably new Bob the shortest of his friends-but he left a lasting impression on me. We shared a room while in Boone County Hospital in late October for just 24 hours.During that short time I grasped his love of his God-family-frinds and of life that left an impression of life everyone should have. We extend our loving prayers to each of you.
Deb and Terry Stidham says
We received a call from our mutual friend Sherry while out of the country. We prayed daily for Bobby and your family. We continue to do so for you, dear Sherry. Bobby’s peace and commitment were evident when we met him personally for the first time. We are grateful for having met him and look forward to meeting him again when it is clear to see that Christ has made all things new.
Julie Asche says
Sherry, David and Nate, Our hearts go out to you for the loss of a very special person. Bobby will be missed by all of us. He was such an inspiration to Cody and he looked to him for alot of guidance. We will cherrish the memories that have been created thru the years.
Love, Todd, Julie, Tyler and Cody
Vickie Samuel says
Sherry, I read about David and am so sorry for you and the boys. I will keep you in my prayers.
beth wallman says
Dear Sherry and boys, We read about Bob’s death in the paper and are so sorry for your loss of him. It was always so neat to see him and you walking, running about the neighborhood and playing ball with the boys. It seems all too young to be gone from here, but it’s never too early to be with the Lord. Our prayers are with you. JoAnn and Lyle Burkey join us in sending our love and prayers. Beth and Jeff Wallman
Terri Driesel says
Ray and Bea Hall of Summersville, MO says
So sorry for your loss. We knew Bob as a small boy.