Kenneth Eugene Hall
July 9, 1941 – July 12, 2020
Kenneth Eugene “Kenny” Hall, 79, of Sedalia, Missouri, died on July 12, 2020. Kenny was born on July 9, l 941 in Sedalia, Missouri to Harry Edgar Hall and Alice "Lorene" Miller. He honorably served his country in the U.S. Army from 1958 to 1962. Kenny married Floye Mae Morgan in 1969. He worked as a Supervisor at Smurfit Stone Container for 35 years. He loved to go hunting, fishing and camping with his family and he loved working on cars. He also loved to give advice.
He was preceded in death by his parents Harry E. and A. Lorene Hall; brothers Danny and George and a sister Judy.
Kenny is survived by his wife, Floye Mae Hall, Sedalia, Missouri; five children Timothy Eugene Hall and wife Tanya of Liberty, Missouri, Rena Herzig of Lee's Summit, Missouri, Robin Hall of Lee's Summit, Missouri, Keith Johnson of Springfield, Missouri and Bruce Morgan and wife Lisa of Gladstone, Missouri; one sister Sharon Bridges of Sedalia, Missouri and one brother Larry Hall of St. Charles, Missouri; 8 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, many nieces, nephews and friends.
Funeral service will be held on Saturday, August 1, 2020 10:00 am at White Chapel Funeral Home officiated by Navy Chaplain and nephew Captain Mike Hall. Interment with full military honors will follow at White Chapel Cemetery, Gladstone, Missouri.
He will be greatly missed!
- Harry Edgar Hall, Father (deceased)
- Alice "Lorene" Miller, Mother (deceased)
- Floye Mae Morgan, Wife
- Danny Hall, Brother (deceased)
- George Hall, Brother (deceased)
- Judy Hall, Sister (deceased)
- Timothy Eugene Hall (Tanya), Son
- Rena Herzig, Daughter
- Robin Hall, Daughter
- Keith Johnson, Son
- Bruce Morgan (Lisa), Son
- Sharon Bridges, Sister
- Larry Hall, Brother
- Mr. Hall also leaves 8 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and friends.
- Bruce Morgan
- Tim Hall
- Hunter Hall
- Joshua Hall
- John Eichinger
- Steve Hall
Saturday, August 1, 2020
Kenneth Eugene Hall
July 30, 2020
I have so many my good memories of dad. When I was in college I would call dad collect (before cell phones) crying because I was home sick or struggling with a class. He would always tell me hey look over you shoulder someone is always worst off. It always made me feel better. He had the meanest cat, Cricket, that I have ever met. Dad loved that mean cat and would laugh when it would back me up in a corner. Dad would say Rena Gay and just shake his head because I was terrible with directions (before GPS). He once gave me directions to Sears outlet in Missouri which was 15 ‘mins away and I missed the exit and drove all the way to Kansas and had to stop and call on a pay phone. I remember him laughing about how lost I can get driving. Another memory is Robin and I would always get a stuffed animal. Robin got this fluffy cute stuffed animal and I got a hobo old man smoking a cigar. I was devastated. Dad loved that goofy stuffed thing. I could go on and on. I love dad with all my heart and will miss him terribly. My pic is a family reunion pic. We had a lot of fun at our family reunions.
July 29, 2020
My Dad taught me so much about life. He taught to be strong and to always look over my shoulder if I thought I had it bad in life because someone else always had it worse. He was hard headed but so loving at the same time. We had some rocky times just like everyone else, but we overcame them. I really enjoyed my talks with my Dad. Every time he got ready to let me go he would say “I love you baby”. I was his baby girl. I’ll miss those words forever.
Rest In Peace, Dad. Until we meet again....
July 28, 2020
I spent lots of time at Uncle Kenny’s and Aunt Floye’s growing up. I loved going anywhere in Uncle Kenny’s 78 Red/White Bronco with mud tires and they roared down the road. I would hear him coming a mile away. He had many cars but that was my all time favorite. I have a strong love for cars and I contribute in part from my
Uncle Kenny helped me a lot. I remember being pulled out of the mud a few times in my truck and even if it wasn’t my truck I knew who to call.
I needed a clutch replaced on my my truck that the motor needed pulled in order to install it. So Uncle Kenny had it in his garage. Tim and I was suppose to help one morning, but we went to high school dance and stayed out all night. The time we got back to the house it was closer to noon and Uncle Kenny had already changed it. I did feel bad about that.
I appreciated him and he would come if I called. I called often.
I loved my Uncle Kenny
July 26, 2020
Kenny was a man that loved his family and his country. He was a fierce defender of both and will be greatly missed.
July 24, 2020
Kenny was a man who loved his wife, his children and grandchildren. His will be sorely missed by his friends and loving family.