Griffin Leggett Healey & Roth Funeral Home

5800 W 12TH ST, Little Rock, AR


Edgar Anthony Hall

6 octubre , 193226 diciembre , 2019

Edgar Anthony Hall, age 87, of Little Rock, died December 26, 2019. He was born in Paris, Arkansas to Daniel Augusta Hall and Irene Sandford Hall. At age twelve, he moved with his mother, sister and brother, to Tempe, Arizona where he attended Arizona State University. While there he was a member of the ROTC program and received his pilots wings in August, 1955 at Webb AFB, Texas where he met his wife, Billie. They were married 63 years and have one son, Mark. His services in Vietnam awarded him two DFC’s (Distinguished Flying Crosses) and the Bronze Star.

After retiring from the Air Force, he became a master mechanic for Johnson, Evinrude, and worked on outboard motors for twenty years. He was an amateur photographer whose specialty was wild flowers of Arkansas. He liked to hike the trails of Arkansas and volunteered to help clear the Ozark Highland Trails for fifteen years.

Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday, January 1, 2010 in the chapel of Griffin Leggett Healey & Roth, 5800 W. 12th Street, Little Rock, 72204 (501) 661-9111. Interment will follow at Pinecrest Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to St. Andrew’s Church, 8300 Kanis Road, Little Rock, 72204. To sign the online guestbook, click “Add A Memory” at: www.griffinleggetthealeyroth.com


  • Funeral Service miércoles, 1 enero , 2020
  • Committal Service miércoles, 1 enero , 2020


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Bud and Pat Graham

enero 2, 2020

Billie we are keeping you and Mark in our prayers , I know you will miss Ed terribly but just to know he is no longer suffering is a great comfort . We send you and Mark our love .

Tom Booth

diciembre 30, 2019

I met Ed Hall almost 40 years ago. Being in the outboard industry, we got to know each other very well. Ed was very respected by the corporate people and Johnson/Evinrude as well as at the local dealer network. Ed’s knowledge and abilities were topped by no one, even factory engineers. Upon his retirement, there was a huge void left. As my youngest brother said upon hearing of Ed’s passing,”he was a brilliant man that I regret not listening to and learning more from”. I got to know the personal side of Ed. Having a very difficult father, Ed mentored me in dealing with my father. We fell out of touch over the years but his void still lasts in my life. To Billie and Mark, I know he is hiking better more peaceful trails. May he Rest In Peace.
Tom Booth

James Marsh

diciembre 28, 2019

Ed was a hero who exemplified courage with a unique blend of humility. He was not afraid to say what he thought. Ed was a like able soul that was a loyal friend. To say he was well-read is an understatement. My condolences to Billie and Mark. ❤️ James