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William Hall

William Leonard Hall

Tuesday, April 9th, 1940 - Friday, March 6th, 2020
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Obituary

It is with deeply saddened hearts that we announce the passing of our father, William (Bill) Leonard Hall. Bill was born April 9th, 1940 in Vancouver and passed away on March 6th, 2020 at the North Shore Hospice. Bill lived with Parkinson’s disease for many years, but he refused to let it prevent him from living his life to the fullest.

Bill leaves behind a large and loving family including his four children Jennifer, Chris (Helen), Stephen, and David (Dana) as well as four beloved grandchildren Sophia, William, Adam, and Ruby.

Bill was predeceased by his parents, Robin and Evah Hall. He will also be missed by his two brothers Ken (Wendy) and Alan, dear cousins, nieces and nephews, Beverley Hall and her family in Alberta, his companion Faye Pegg, and many lifelong friends and former employees.

Bill grew up in Vancouver, attended UBC, and worked at Harrisons and Crosfield Ltd. in Edmonton, Alberta before relocating to West Vancouver and joining Commander Warehouse Equipment Ltd. Bill and his business partner, Earle Morriss enjoyed over 71 years of friendship while growing Commander Warehouse Equipment across western Canada. Bill enjoyed summers in the Okanagan with his family, golfing, skiing, Friendship Force and curling at Hollyburn Country Club.

Bill had a sense of adventure and travelled the world making many new friendships along the way. The family wishes to thank Faye, Kippy, Denise, and Dave Wilman for their support over these last years.

Bill loved to celebrate but he cared for the wellness of his family and friends more. His Celebration of Life will be postponed until it is deemed safe for large groups to gather. In the meantime, please raise a glass to Bill on April 9th, which would have been his 80th birthday. The date of his celebration of life will be posted in the paper.
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Terry Bourassa-Tahiliani

Posted at 01:44am
Sending our deepest sympathy to all of Bill's family and loved ones. My aunt Valena Thibert, mutual Flemming cousin Mavis Burton and I all thoroughly enjoyed our reunion at Allan's a couple of years ago where we got to know and enjoy many of you, including Bill. It was a privilege to meet and visit with Bill. He will be very fondly remembered. May he rest in peace. Sincerely, Terry Bourassa-Tahiliani, Calgary
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kathp@shaw.ca

Posted at 01:16am
John and Kath Perry
Our connection and friendship with Bill started when our daughter ,Helen became engaged and married Chris, Bill's son.
Chris and our youngest son Julian were classmates in Sentinel School to gether and we had the pleasure,laughter and sometimes slight worries; being as they were teenagers ; of sharing that connection. The Hall family ,Bill and Bev always welcomed Julian to their home for which we are so grateful .
We shared many dinners to gether during the next 18 years or so at mutual family gatherings .
Bill weathered his illness so bravely and stoically . Our deepest love and sympathy go out ,not only to Chris,Helen and their children,Sophia and William , but also to All the Hall family .
We will certainly be raising a glass to his memory on April 9 th .
AV

Annette Vincent

Posted at 01:32am
To the Hall Family
Please accept my sincerest sympathy on the passing of your beloved father, Bill. I have known your dad for many years and I and our group enjoyed many happy times - dinner parties, trips, long walks and lots of laughter. Your dad was a very special friend and a kind, wonderful man and it was great to see him travel the world and enjoy life to the fullest.
May he rest in peace and I will definitely be raising a glass to him on his 80th birthday on April 9th. Sincerely, Annette Vincent
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Annabelle Gaffney

Posted at 07:36pm
What a handsome man! We did not know Bill Hall but have known his son ,Steve , since his high school days . We send out sympathy to your Steven and to all of the Hall family
Sincerely , Annabelle and George Gaffney
 
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Tamara de Vry Posted at 07:24pm

It was indeed very sad to hear the news. Many fond memories of your dad from our many Oyama vacations. He truly was a genuine and caring man. Please accept our deepest sympathy and condolences at this sad and difficult time. May the loving thoughts of family and friends be of some comfort to you all. Big hug!❤️
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