OBITUARY

Charles "Chip" M. Hall Jr.

12 November, 19515 October, 2021

Charles “Chip” M. Hall Jr., 69, of Amherst, NY, passed away on October 5, 2021, in Gerstenberg Hospice Center, West Palm Beach, FL. His prolonged battle with advanced liver and kidney disease in recent years exhibited his grit, courage, and determination to face life’s challenges head-on.

Charles Jr. was born on November 12, 1951, a son of the late Charles Sr. and Shirley Hall, and a brother of the late Heidi M. Holm.

Charles lived a full and exciting life made up of a complex tapestry of events, stories, and adventures. He traveled around the country during his younger years, making countless friends and memories along the way.

He met the mother of his three sons, Christine, at Hilbert College and initially pursued a career as a property law paralegal before transitioning to a long and successful career as a land surveyor.

Charles was a passionate soccer player, fan, coach, referee, and analyst. He shared his love for the game with everyone he encountered and welcomed every opportunity to bestow his knowledge of tactics and skills to players and fans young and old.

Mr. Hall is survived by three sons; Simon C. Hall, Jake M. Hall; and Logan M. Hall; sister Shirley H. Heisler; brother Howard F. Hall; and many nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, donations made to a charity of your choice in memory of Charles would be appreciated.

Condolences may be sent to: 4411 39th Street, Brentwood, MD, 20722

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.Quattlebaum-FH.com for the HALL family.

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Christine Hall Prince

21 October 2021

To our youngest son, Logan, born with a heart of gold - your selfless compassion provided great comfort to your father. Always remember his love and his trust - you both shared incredible challenges together and the honor you showed him will never be forgotten. Your father's love will be with you everyday forward as he watches over you in peace. You and your brothers made him so proud to be a Dad, so continue to celebrate him throughout your life - and never forget the memorable great times.

Christine Hall Prince

21 October 2021

To our youngest son, Logan, born with a heart of gold - your selfless compassion provided great comfort to your father. Always remember his love and his trust - you both shared incredible challenges together and the honor you showed him will never be forgotten. Your father's love will be with you everyday forward as he watches over you in peace. You and your brothers made him so proud to be a Dad, so continue to celebrate him throughout your life - and never forget the memorable great times.

Christine Hall Prince

21 October 2021

To our son, Jake, your father adored you, he was so proud of your talents and authenticity.
He marveled at you as he came to understand your mind- thus sharing a love for mathematics, great literature, real music and of course soccer. Watching you score or tending goal thrilled your father for years. Always believe in his love for you- it will continue to remain with you everyday forward as you share your love for the great outdoors.

Christine Hall Prince

20 October 2021

To our eldest Son, Simon - as you know, your father named you- he was so very proud of you. Have no doubt he will continue to watch over you and his love will remain with you everyday forward. You brought immense joy and purpose to his life through the shared love of soccer. Years of great family fun and competition; neither he nor I could keep up with you. Be ever thankful for those precious years and the love and respect you mutually shared.

Gary Holm

17 October 2021

R I P Brother in law. I'll never forget the times we had back in " the olden days ".

Shirley Heisler

15 October 2021

From the beginning of the time that he lived with us my brother enjoyed bringing me pretty flowers from our jungle of a yard to grace our dining room table.

Shirley Heisler

15 October 2021

Uncle Chip loved to read to his great nephews Clay and Levi. He found the most interesting books to read to them and both of the boys loved him a lot.

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