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In Memory

Michael Edward Hall

Michael Edward Hall


After a lengthy illness, MICHAEL E. HALL, husband of Kay Lynn Hall of Houston, son of Ron E. Hall of Burton, entered into eternal rest on October 23, 2009. Mike was born March 3, 1959 in Peoria, Illinois, attended Houston's Westchester High School and Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos. He was employed by Citgo Petroleum Corporation for over 22 years, serving recently as Field Purchasing Agent for Citgo's northeastern region headquartered in Houston. As an avid outdoorsman, Mike loved fishing and traveled extensively to fulfill his love of the sport. Predeceased by his beloved mother, Eleanor Jean Hall, Michael is mourned by his wife, Kay Lynn Hall, his father, Ron E. Hall and wife Dixie Kennedy Hall of Burton; father- and mother-in-law, Carl and Ann Andersen of Houston; brother and sister-in-law Steve and Debbie Hall of Dallas, sister Linda K. Goodrich of San Marcos, nephews Ryan and Troy Hall of Dallas and Ronald "RB" and Daniel Sean Goodrich of San Marcos; as well as aunts and uncles, Betty and Jim Bennett, Loretta and Clarence Ku and Margaret Hoffard; as well as Michael's special lifelong friend and caregiver Mike Kenney. A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, October 27, 2009, at St. John's United Church of Christ (516 Colorado Street) in Burton, Texas, with Pastor Glen Schoeneberg officiating. A celebration of Michael's life will follow at the Hall's 5H Ranch northwest of Burton. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to St. John's United Church of Christ (516 Colorado St., Burton, TX); to Hospice Brazos Valley (302 E. Bluebell Road, Brenham, TX); or to Adam's Angels, PO Box 2573, Brenham, TX 77834)Memorial Oaks Chapel1306 W. Main, Brenham, TX (979) 836-4564www.memorialoakschapel.com

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10/28/09 03:26 PM #1    

Robert "Cash" C. Foley

Mike was really a nice quiet guy. I knew him best from 9th grade when we played soccer together. He stayed in the background for the most part. We called him "Red" because of his flaming hair! Despite all the stereotypes, he was always calm and unflappable. His mom and my mom were best friends. They both had horses in the Buffalo Bayou and were inseparable for years. Even though my family moved back to Dallas in '79 they stayed good friends and I kept up with Mike a little through them.

02/11/13 12:03 PM #2    

Brian Gutknecht

I was Mike's best friend from the 11th grade onward to Southwest Texas State in San Marcos up and until 1980 when I moved to Southern California.  We both worked at the Bayou Corp.  right out of high school (1977) summer,  installing fireplaces all over Houston.  He went up to school in San Marcos shortly thereafter and I followed a year later.  We shared both a house and an apartment on campus late 1978 thru early 1980.  We had a lot of good times,  with friends

Jimmy Mcnellis, Greg Krause, Hugh Elkins(?),  and others to mention a few.   I am now just learning of his untimely passing here in early 2013.  Last time I saw Mike was in late1982 visiting Houston,  by chance,  at the Astrodome,  watching a Houston Oilers football game.

I was dating a girl at Southwest  Texas State briefly,  that knew Mike and attended the same  school when he was living in London England.  Small world.

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