OBITUARY

Michael Lee Hall

September 4, 1952August 29, 2020
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On Saturday, August 29, 2020, Michael Lee Hall of Pike Road, AL. loving husband, father, and friend to all, went home to our Lord at the age of 67.

He is survived by his wife of 30 years Nancy. His sons Mark (Kelly) Hall and Matthew Hall. His stepchildren Corey (Theresa) Mayer and Jaimi (Shane) Prince and his seven grandchildren.

He was a carrier for the Post Office for more than forty years. He had a passion for serving others in every way possible. He enjoyed working out, riding his bike and spending time with his family and friends. He loved going to the movies and was a true ambassador to ALL Auburn University sports programs.

Visitation will be Wednesday, September 2, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Frazer United Methodist Church, with services starting at 1:00 PM. Graveside service and internment will take place at Alabama Heritage Cemetery immediately following church services. In lieu of flowers the family would like for you to make contributions to the Salvation Army. For more information please visit www.alabamaheritagefh.com

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Shane Prince, Honorary Pallbearer
  • J.D. Prince, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Jordan Hall, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Nate Reuter, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Dr. Harold Cox, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Lanny McAndrew, Honorary Pallbearer
  • John Christian, Active Pallbearer
  • Jason Shanks, Active Pallbearer
  • Ed Parrish, Active Pallbearer
  • DJ Johnson, Active Pallbearer
  • Tony Tarrantino, Active Pallbearer
  • Greg Reuter, Active Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, September 2, 2020

  • Celebration of Life Service

    Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Memories

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Ben Parrish

September 6, 2020

Mike will be sorely missed. He was a great ambassador and exemplified the Auburn spirit. There is a hole in the Auburn family that will be hard to fill.

Lanny McAndrew

September 4, 2020

Nancy,
I had a little talk with Mike. He is doing wonderful and rejoicing in his new home. We talked about a lot of things, especially his beloved Auburn Tigers and he reminded me once again how they had beat Alabama and their numerous awards for excellence.
Mike was always extremely competitive. He had a strong desire to be the best and he and I competed often in different ways---from simple card games to athletic challenges. I always won the pool shooting games and he would destroy me in a game of ping pong. He was an outstanding speed skater and I would not even consider matching up with him on that front. We talked a lot about his planned retirement and what he was going to do. He expressed a strong desire to become involved in community projects and helping people. He wanted to learn to play golf and was already challenging me to that sport. In the past week I had set up golf lessons for him with a teaching pro in Auburn. Sadly, I was never able to tell him.
We had a lot of fun races during the 30 plus years I knew him but then I told him he had won the most important race of all---He had beat me to Heaven! He just smiled, adjusted his Auburn cap and said “I’ll wait for you.”
With Much Love

Lee & Kat Pennington

September 3, 2020

Mike was a good friend and we enjoyed having him (and Nancy) as neighbors. Grilling out and watching movies, always with theater popcorn and ice cream, is a good memory. We enjoyed our visits and phone calls with each other as neighbors and after we moved to the beach. Nancy, our prayers will be with you and your family during this time.

Beth Brett

September 3, 2020

My deepest condolences to your family. Mike and I grew up in the Lakeview Heights area as kids. It was also so much fun! If remember correctly, his mom, was French and loved to hear her talk!

Jenifer Alexander Dozier

September 2, 2020

My prayers to all. Mike was a kind and generous person.

Lee and Mary Gurley

September 2, 2020

We will always cherish Mike’s jovial smile and friendship. Thanks for being a part of Sowers Sunday school class for a while. Mike was a very caring usher for many years at Frazer. We always enjoyed being welcomed into your loving home. Mike and Nancy both made everyone feel so welcome. Mike, we miss you on earth, but know you are completely well and in the arms of Jesus Christ now.
God bless your family and especially Nancy, Love, Lee and Mary

Kay Byrd

September 2, 2020

Mark and Matthew so sorry for your lost. Your Dad was a special person and will be remembered by many. He loved his family very much and very proud of you boys. So sorry I could not attend today.
Kay Byrd

Freda Thrower

September 2, 2020

I met Mike over 30 years ago at Frazer in Sunday School Class. I remember when he and Nancy got married. I was shocked to hear about his death. He was always a friendly guy and yes, enjoyed giving all the ladies a hug!! My prayers are with Nancy and all his family. Rest In Peace Mike.!!

Jay Morehouse

September 2, 2020

Great friend , huge Auburn fan, you will be missed my friend, praying for the family. My mentor for my short time as a letter carrier .
WAR EAGLE!!

Herb Shivers

September 2, 2020

I will miss Mike greatly - at the ball games and AU events and our frequent phone calls. He was a great friend. I opened an unrelated email sort of at random and it was almost like Mike was speaking to me. The random email had this verse that brought me some peace: John 16:22 - So also you have sorrow now, but I will see you again; then you will rejoice, and no one will take your joy from you.”
Herb Shivers

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