June 17, 1943 – August 1, 2018
William C. Hall, 75, of Mabelvale went to be with the Lord on August 1, 2018. He was born in Alexandria, Louisiana on June 17, 1943. He entered the Navy in 1960 and was Honorably Discharged in 1964. He retired from Little Rock Wastewater. He joined the Sardis Fire Department in 1977 where he served as firefighter, radio operator and as a board member until his passing. He had the biggest heart and loved his family, friends and community with all his heart. He is preceded in death by the love of his life Linda J. Hall, his mother Nannie Maude White and Step-father William Lee White and one sister Jannette White Thornberry. He is survived by a brother Kenneth Lee White, of Benton, and a Sister Anita Fay Hancock from Kansas, two daughters Connie Hart (Richie); Gail Cook (Julian Jr.), three grandsons, Blake Hall, Julian Cook III (Angela), and Austin Cook and one great-granddaughter, Isabella Grace Cook. Bill also leaves behind his furry friend Baby Girl and host of family and friends. Visitation will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, August 8th at Pine Crest Cemetery, in Alexander, Arkansas, and Graveside will be held at 11:15 at Forest Hills Memorial Park in Alexander, Arkansas. Please share your memories of Bill Hall at www.pinecrestmemorialpark.com
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August 6, 2018
I am saddened to hear that Bill passed away. I worked with Bill at Little Rock Wastewater and he was quite the character. When I was over sampling, there was this one pump station that was down the road from the Airport Holiday Inn. People would flush there undies and they would in turn stop of the pump station and break the pump. Bill would call me up and say got some new drawers in the pump station again, do you want to see them. I would tell him no but he would send them any way with the maintenance staff who worked at Adams Field, so I could confirm they were underwear. RIP Bill you will be missed.