Marvin Terence Hall

September 30, 1943May 1, 2021

Marvin “Terry” Terence Hall, 77, of Muskegon, passed away Saturday, May 1, 2021.

He was born September 30, 1943, the son of Marvin and Kathryn Hall. He served his country proudly in the US Navy on board the USS Longbeach CGN9, the first nuclear powered missile cruiser.. He married June Zaremba on June 8, 1963. Together they were blessed with two daughters and 57 years of marriage. Terry and his wife owned and operated Terry’s Custom Meat Cutting from 1975-2006 on Grand Haven road as well as Terry’s snow plowing from the mid 1970’s to around 2015. He was a member of the Muskegon Pistol and Rifle Club. Terry enjoyed competition pistol shooting, gunsmithing, leather work, knife making and creating their dream home on the Muskegon River. The most important thing was always his family. He was an energetic, driven, determined, loving man with a great sense of humor. He will be deeply missed.

Terry is survived by: his wife June; daughters, Lisa (Larry Little) Tompkins, and Michelle (John DeWeerdt) DeGarmo; grandchildren, Amber (Andrew) Schaner, Joshua Tompkins, Kala (Kevin Holtz) DeGarmo; Alissa (Kurt Orcutt) DeGarmo; and Bradley (Aurora) DeGarmo; 7 great-grandchildren, with a new baby on the way; and sisters, Cheryl (Jon) Paul and Pam Bouchard.

In keeping with his wishes cremation will take place and a private celebration of his life will be held down at the river later this summer.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Russ Stanton-MPRC

May 7, 2021

We at the Muskegon Pistol and Rifle club remember many things about Terry. He plowed our parking lot for years. He organized outdoor pistol matches, and with June organized many silhouette matches. We will all miss him.
Condolences to June and family.

Alissa Degarmo

May 7, 2021

Miss you so much grandpa. I can feel you here with me everyday that goes by. I will cherish every last memory we had, and all of our special one on one conversations we had. I think my favorite memory from recent, was when you came to my house to drop some stuff off, I was having a bad day... I remember how you told me not to give up, and things wouldn’t always be that way, and if you could help you would have. Little did you know how much that pep talk helped me keep pushing. Every time I think I made the wrong decision with this house, I remember what you told me and keep pushing. I love you and miss you so much.

Chris Sorensen

May 5, 2021

The best of memories. He put a compensator on my first pistol. I remember shooting it out the back slider door into the hill behind his house on Old GH Road. (I remember June had to wear earmuffs in the kitchen directly above us). Terry also allowed me to accompany him on a bear hunt in the UP. A friend from, oh, so many years ago.

Lynette Mavis

May 5, 2021

You will be greatly missed! You were one of a kind and a great man! Keep a watch over your precious family!

Rhonda Temple

May 4, 2021

RIP Uncle Terry! I will always remember your sense of humor and mischief!

pam hall

May 4, 2021

i love you big brother -
i cant belive you are gone!!! 😥