Mike Hallman

19 juin 195828 juin 2020
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Michael Ralph Hallman, 62, passed away peacefully in his sleep after a five year battle with cancer. A long time resident of Birmingham, Mike attended Homewood High School and was active at Dawson Memorial Baptist Church. Mike was the oldest son of Billy and Estelle Hallman who preceded him in death.

Ross (Terri) Hallman of Oak Ridge, Tennessee and Karen (Kevin) Barrett of Murrieta, California are his siblings. Mike married Julie Tate Hallman and they raised three wonderful children, Christopher (Jessica) Schmidt, Stephanie (Benji) Gottlieb, and Andrew (Leslie) Schmidt. He was also "Pops" to six precious grandchildren. Mike and Julie are members of Meadowbrook Baptist Church.

A visitation for Mike will be held at Southern Heritage Funeral Home on July 2, 2020 at 10:00 AM followed by A Celebration of Life at 11:00 AM. Graveside service to immediately follow chapel service at Southern Heritage Cemetery. A live stream of the services will be held on the Southern Heritage Funeral Home Facebook page at 11:00 AM, cst.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Lakeside Hospice or Meadowbrook Baptist Church.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.southernheritagefunerals.com for the Hallman family.

Pallbearers: Ted Graham, Wayne Snider, John SaBerre, Garrett Carden, Morton Ulakovits, Redd Pullen


  • Ted Graham
  • Wayne Snider
  • John SaBerre
  • Garrett Carden
  • Morton Ulakovits
  • Redd Pullen



Mike Hallman


Cindy Ellis Edwards

8 juillet , 2020

I am so sorry to read of Mikes passing. He and I went to school in Homewood together from Edgewood up to graduating together from Homewood High School. He was always so sweet and fun. I’m so very sorry for your loss. Prayers for the family.

Ross Hallman (Mike’s brother)

4 juillet , 2020

Karen and I were indeed blessed. To have spent time with Mike and his family, just before his passing, was so very special.
As siblings, Mike, Karen, and I were always pretty close, at least through Mom and Dad. As kids, we were all individually encouraged to pursue our dreams. And we did! The past few weeks have provided us some insights to past moments, and incredible moments we will always have to cherish - telling stories, reminiscing about parents, grandparents, and others who have preceded us, with aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends, old and new. We talked about places we’ve been, things we’ve done and special moments. Church, scouting, camping, hobbies, school, work, music, and all other forms of family stuff.

We recognize how fortunate we all are to be a part of this family, its background, its roots, its representative character and strength that make it so special.

Bill Chambless

2 juillet , 2020

I was blessed to work with Mike for 8 years. He was such a smart, creative, and kind person. Even on rough days, he was always upbeat and positive.

We will miss him, but we can take comfort in knowing he is with the Lord.

Gary Emerine

2 juillet , 2020

Julie, we are very sorry to hear about the recent passing of your husband, Mike. The members of the Dawson Go Love Tell Prayer Group are lifting up you and The Hallman Family at this time in prayer. May the LOVE of God wrap His loving arms around each of you during this time of loss!
In Christian Love,
Gary and Nancy Emerine
Homewood, Alabama

Kimberly Hurst

30 juin , 2020

I worked with Mike for two years at Regions. He was always eager to lend a helping hand. I never heard him complain or act like anything was bothering him. He seemed to enjoy life no matter what the circumstance. Those are the kind of friends and co workers that you want to have around.
It was very evident that he dearly loved his family.
I will surely miss him!
My thoughts and prayers to the family.

Morton Ulakovits

29 juin , 2020

I had the pleasure of working with Mike when he joined our team many years ago and he was an instant friend. Not long after, we learned that we shared a mutual love of photography. He soon had me going to events with him and shooting more and made me learn more with each outing.

One thing about Mike - He always greeted everyone with a genuine smile. He will be missed by all who knew him. He is pain free now and watching over his beloved family from above.

Please continue to lift Mike’s family in prayer.

John 16:22

Jeralyn Williams-Pickett

29 juin , 2020

My condolences to your family. May God grant you peace during your time of bereavement. Mike had such a sweet spirit. He will be missed by all of his Regions family.

Brenda Graham Stansell

29 juin , 2020

I have known Mike for 30 yrs. Always smiling. He and Ted had alot of fun together. So glad he was able to spend time with Ted last week. He will be missed but he is all smiles now. God bless you Mike and prayers for his family and friends.

Stephanie Graham

29 juin , 2020

Mike has been a part of our family and conversations before I had ever met him in person. Never a truer friend than Mike!

We will cherish and remember him with fondness , and have much to still do to fulfill his “bucket list”.

All of our love goes to Julie and family during this time of transition and reflection.

Wayne Snider

29 juin , 2020

I first met Mike as a co-worker around 1990. By 2000 we were cemented on the same team and a friendship bond grew from there. Mike referred me to my next job where we continued as teammates. One thing that always stood out was how much he loved his ready made family with Julie. Family affairs we're always a top priority for Mike. I will miss his integrity and loyalty, till we meet again.