Billy Junior Hall

August 28, 1927June 11, 2018
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Billy Junior Hall, age 90, Kokomo, passed away on Monday June 11, 2018. Bill was born August 28, 1927 to the late Nora (Boyer) and William Hall. He married Joan (Mason) Hall August 28, 1949. She survives him.

Bill attended Kokomo High school. In 1945 he enlisted in the Army Air Force. He retired from Delco Electronics in 1993 after nearly 30 years of service. He enjoyed woodworking and making things for his grandchildren. In his earlier years he pitched a mean horseshoe. Bill enjoyed traveling with his wife and sometimes with their good friends to 48 of the 50 states. He also enjoyed camping, fishing and anything that had to do with the outdoors. Bill could fix anything. If anyone needed help, he was the one to call. He loved spending time with his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Surviving Billy is his wife Joan, sons Gregory Hall (Beverly), Jeffrey Hall (Robin), grandchildren Nora Hall, Lori Byrd (Raymond), April Deckard (Matthew) and Tracie Jessie (Michael), great grandchildren Cody, Colin, Cole, Madison, Delanie, Abbie, Hayden and Wyatt, nephew Gilbert Miller (raised as a brother) and several nieces and nephews.

Preceding him in death are his parents, brothers Ed, Gerald, Herman, Clarence and Johnny, sisters Florence, Thelma and Delores and two grandsons Bart Hall and Jason Hall.

A Funeral service for Billy will be Friday June 15 at Ellers Mortuary Webster Chapel; 3400 South Webster Street at 10a.m. with Rev. Larry Newberg and Rev. Mitch Norwood officiating. The family will offer visiting hours Thursday evening from 4-8p.m. Burial will follow the service at Sunset Memory Garden Cemetery. If you would like to leave a contribution in Billy's honor, please make payable to St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Kokomo.

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Bethany Huschka

June 22, 2018

I had the pleasure of knowing Billy from my first day in the dialysis cener. Billy and his wife greeted me with the biggest smiles, which being the new girl, was a warm and welcoming feeling. Billy overcame my heart quickly with his warm smile and cold hands. After our conversations of travels to Indiana for myself from North Dakota, I decided to go out to my car and get Billy some hand warmers that I kept in my glove box. This was the beginning of some of my happiest moments the days Billy was at dialysis. I will miss your stories, your smile, your laugh but most of all, I'll miss you. My heart aches for the family.

I will miss you my friend. You were the best part of every day I saw you. Your smile brightened up the whole room and you personality made you memorable, forever. Fly high to the arms of Jesus. May heaven be fine as frog hair split in 3. I will miss you ♡

Patti Collier

June 13, 2018

I love my Uncle Junior just like a brother. He and Jodie were always there for anyone that needed help. I will always remember going to their house and having real butter on a sandwitch. I thought they were rich. I send my love to the family and God will take special care of him.


June 13, 2018

So very sorry to learn of your loss.
Joan & family please know our thoughts & prayers are with you all.

Rod & Cindy Wallace
& family

Renate Sharp

June 12, 2018

So sorry for your loss, Joan. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.