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Steve Allen Hall, 62

Steve Allen Hall was born on March 27th, 1957. He passed away unexpectedly on August 10th, 2019.

Steve was the baby of 3 children born to Allen and Shirley (Cooper) Hall. Steve graduated from Garwin High School in 1975. He met the Love of his life Kelli Lunde in 1983 and they were married in 1984. Staying in the GMG school district the love birds settled down and had 3 kids of their own Kyle, Kaitlin and Kenan. Steve worked at Ritchie industries from shortly after high school until his untimely death. Steve loved his family and was the rock the Hall family was built on. He enjoyed many activities, but especially hunting, golfing and tinkering on whatever needed fixed. There wasn’t anything he couldn’t do-. Or at least attempt to. Steve was an avid participant in his children’s lives as he coached them in many sports and worked with them at all times. He loved sitting on a bucket and having Kyle and Kaitlin pitch to him.

Never missing a game, he was the kids #1 fan and instilled the competitive drive and love of family that you can see in his kids and family today. Seeing Kenan be a part of the State Champion bowling team was a very proud moment for him. As he grew older yardwork became his passion. He LOVED his lawnmower and would tinker with it and the yard any chance he got. He also loved becoming a Grandpa. Spoiling his grandkids was one of his favorite activities. His grandkids knew Grandpa and Grandma’s house was the place to be and always looked forward to spending time with them!

Left to mourn his loss are his mother Shirley Hall; wife Kelli Hall; sisters: Marilyn and Jane; children: Kyle (Deena) Hall, Kaitlin (Darin) Tool and Kenan Hall: his grandchildren: Macie Sanders, Brynnlee Hall, Rylee Hall, Chesney Tool and Nolan Tool; his beloved dogs and all of his many friends and co-workers.

In his passing, Steve is rejoined with his Dad and grandparents and many uncles and aunts.

All Funeral Services will be at Mitchell family funeral home. Visitation will be Friday, August 16th from 4:00PM to 7:00PM with the service happening Saturday, August 17th at 10:30AM. Written by Steve’s loving family.