Bobby Ray Hall

March 29, 1945January 8, 2021

Bobby Ray Hall, 75, of Bloomington, IN and Newberry, IN, passed away peacefully with his loving family by his side on Friday, January 8, 2021 at Monroe Hospital.

Born on March 29, 1945 in Bloomington, IN, Bobby was the loving son of Benjamin Mac Hall and Lilly Mae (Pate) Hall. To have loved and been loved by him is an honor. He had the biggest heart and loved his family and friends unconditionally. His witty sense of humor and caring nature brought joy to the hearts of everyone that knew him.

Bobby enjoyed spending precious time with his family and friends, gambling, gardening, camping, working outside, operating his backhoe, reminiscing about old times and watching Old Western movies, especially Wells Fargo, with his beloved wife, Brenda. Additionally, he thoroughly enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren and supporting them in everything they do. In his younger years, he enjoyed fishing, hunting, playing softball, singing "Tiny Bubbles" & other songs and traveling all over the United States with his late wife, Connie Hall, whom he adored for many years. His favorite trip with Connie was to Alaska with his brother, Donnie and his wife Barb.

He was a determined man that worked hard his entire life to provide for his family. Bobby was a Superintendent overseeing underground road construction for 45 years before he retired. Bobby attended Lyons Community Church and had formerly attended Word of Life Church in Bloomfield, he was also a member of the labor’s union.

Survivors include his wife, Brenda Johnson Hall of Newberry, IN ; three daughters, Teresa Hall, Gena (Pete) Winzeler and Bobbie Jo Hall all of Bloomington, IN; four sons, Bobby (Jennifer) Havron of Bloomington, IN, Isaac (Bethany) Schunk of Euless, TX, Benjamin (Jamie) Schunk of Richmond,IN and Josiah (Annelise) Schunk of Bedford, IN; two brothers, Donnie (Barb) Hall and Clarence “Tutti” (Barb) Hall both of Bloomington, IN; two sisters, Sharon Pitcher of Bloomfield, IN and Sue Goodman of Bloomington, IN; grandchildren, Brandy (Mike) Gorman, Fredie “Slugger” (Erica) Elliott, Alaina Winzeler, Callie Winzeler, Dylan Hall, Conner Harden, Bryce Hall, Katelynne Hall, Logan Havron, Michaela Gorman, Bralee Gorman, Jaidlyn Elliott, Braydon Elliott, Skyler Banks, Andrew Schunk, Joshua Schunk, Levi Schunk, Caroline Schunk, Cassidy Reed, Makinsey Schunk, Kyndal Schunk, Ava Schunk. Benjamin Schunk, Jr., Eleanor Schunk, James Schunk, special friends; Christopher Kupersmith and Becky & Lanna Pedro; two special nieces, Candy Hall & Lisa Peterson and several nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents, his 1st wife, Connie Marie Hall; his brothers, Lowell Hall and Billy Hall and a granddaughter, Stephanie Elliott.

Funeral Services are scheduled for Saturday, January 16, 2021 at 1:00 PM at the Pentecostal Faith Assembly Church, 1301 W 11th St with Pastors Michael Douglas and Eugene Helms officiating; burial will follow in Salt Creek Cemetery. Visitation is scheduled prior to services on Saturday from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM also in the church. Arrangements are under the direction of Day & Deremiah-Frye Funeral Home.

At the visitation and service, the family kindly requests that you refrain from physical condolences, wear a mask, be mindful of social distancing and take advantage of the provided hand sanitizer.


  • Lyons Community Church
  • Resurrecting Recovery Center


  • A Gathering of Family and Friends

    Saturday, January 16, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, January 16, 2021


Bobby Ray Hall

have a memory or condolence to add?

Georgiana Cheeseman

January 15, 2021

I have so many memories of my uncle Bobby. What I will remember most about him is how compassionate, hard working and loving he was. He would help anyone out without anything in return. I loved being a part of Easter with the Hall family. I will miss his since of humor, his laughter and I could go on and on but I think I will just miss you uncle Bobby. Hold my babies tight till I get there. ❤️

Lisa Peterson

January 15, 2021

Trey remembers all the family functions he hosted over the years.
I remember him always hanging back, listening, and eventually piping in with a few words of wisdom that were always simple and on point! Plus a few smart ass remarks that always cracked me up!
Sam remembers him always warming his butt in front of the campfire 🔥

Roger Tabor

January 14, 2021

Bobby taught me to be one hell of a pipe-layer! He gave me my first chance to dig underground and his help and faith in me made me the operator I am today.
Bobby was a great man and good friend.
Roger “Tailgate” Tabor

Beverly Lawson

January 14, 2021

I am so sad to here of the loss of Bobby he was a great to me and Marvin lawson every time he past my house and seen me he would always stop to see how I was doing scene I had lost my husband you will be very much missed my friend

Amber Canada

January 11, 2021

What an amazing man that not only loved his family, but also all the strays that his children drug home! Bobby accepted and loved me, my husband and children as a part of his family. He'd set me straight just like one of his own kids if he thought I needed it! I'm thankful and blessed that I was lucky enough to have him in my life. Rest in peace and comfort - it is well deserved.

Abby Calender

January 11, 2021

My memories of your Dad always involve his willingness to help. No matter what idea we came up with, he was always just a phone call away. I remember him letting us use his boat at Monroe. Then we got stuck. Bobbie called him and I remember thinking how mad he was probably going to be. Nope! He came right to our rescue with a smile on his face, fixed the problem and sent us back out to have fun. He was a special man and I envy the relationship you girls had with your Dad. I know this is a terrible loss for you all. You’re in my prayers.

Candace Hall

January 11, 2021

Our family has lost a king, while heaven gained a guardian Angel.
Uncle Bobby, I will miss your sarcastic, witty charm and your never ending love! Thanks for being a wonderful uncle!!!❤️

Barbara Nugent

January 11, 2021

R.I.P Bobby. Thank you for making me feel welcome in your home and for being the BEST Grandpa my Son and Daughter in law had. And the BEST Greatgrandpa my granddaughters had. We will all miss you dearly. Until we meet again fly high Bobby Hall.

Jen Thornburg

January 11, 2021

Heaven gained a truly great man, he would do anything for anyone and my heart breaks for all his loved ones. I count myself privileged to have known him and his wonderful family. Anytime in the past when I didn’t have anywhere to go for the holidays, I was always welcomed in with open arms! I am praying for comfort and peace during this very sad time.
All my Love ...
Jen Thornburg

Becky Hardy Hall Maes

January 11, 2021

So sorry such a wonderful man ,still after all the years always a smile and a hug when I came home miss him and Connie both . Fly high brother in law !