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William Foster Hall, Jr.

December 20, 1973 — February 24, 2024


William Foster Hall, Jr., known affectionately as Bill Jr., passed away peacefully on February 24, 2024, in Ozark, AL, surrounded by his loving family. Born on December 20, 1973, in the rugged beauty of Alaska, Bill Jr. brought warmth and laughter to the cold climes. His 50 years were marked by a life rich in love, humor, and dedication to his passions.

Bill Jr. is survived by his beloved wife of 20 years, Danielle Hall, his cherished daughter, Gabraelle Hall, and his adored grandson, Greyson Foster Hall, who brought immense joy to his later years. His legacy is also carried on by his parents, William and Lydia Hall, his brothers, Chris (Megan) Hall and Joey Hall, his special niece, Lauren Campbell (Wrangler), and a host of nieces, nephews, and many special friends who will miss his presence profoundly.

An Ozark resident since 1990, Bill Jr. was a familiar face in the community, known for his mechanical prowess and his dedication to his work. After graduating from aviation school in Ozark, he turned his talents to various roles within the automotive industry. He was a skilled mechanic who worked at Gilland Chevrolet, sold auto parts with a friendly smile, and was a valued team member in the Convertible Hydraulics Department at Mercedes. His colleagues will remember him not only for his expertise but also for his quick wit and readiness to lend a helping hand.

Bill Jr.'s interests were as vast as the galaxy he adored in his favorite sci-fi movies. An avid fan of "Star Wars," "Star Trek," "Swamp People," and "Space Balls," he found solace and excitement in these shows. His dark sense of humor often shone like a beacon, illuminating the lives of all who knew him. Bill Jr. could be found tuning into the anthems of 80s, 90s rock, and other rock legends, with Leo and 3 Doors Down holding a special place in his heart.

The beach held a special place in Bill Jr.'s heart, offering him a sanctuary where the sand, sea, and sky met. His fascination with planes and helicopters was more than a hobby; it was a lifelong passion that soared as high as his dreams. Despite being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease ten years prior and facing a cancer diagnosis in 2022, Bill Jr. faced his challenges with courage and a quip ever ready, showing the true strength of his character.

Those who knew Bill Jr. best would describe him as loving, funny, and exceptionally handy. He was the kind of man who could fix a broken toy, mend a wounded heart, and tackle life's adversities with a joke that would leave you laughing through the tears. His love for his family was unparalleled, and his ability to light up a room was a gift to all who had the pleasure of his company. The family would like to extend a special thank you to Southern Care hospice for their support.

Bill Jr.'s departure from this world leaves a void that cannot be filled. Yet, his spirit lives on in the stories shared, the memories cherished, and the imprints of his loving, funny, and handy nature that remain etched in the lives of those he touched. He was a beacon of love and laughter, a man who could brighten the darkest of days with his humor and heart.

A celebration of his life will be held on Friday, March 1, 2024 at 11am in the Sunset Memorial Park Chapel. The family will receive friends an hour prior.

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Service Schedule

Past Services

11am Friday Celebration of Life Service at Sunset Chapel

Friday, March 1, 2024

11:00am - 12:00 pm (Central time)

Sunset Funeral Home Chapel

, AL

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