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Lyman William Hall

August 20, 1939January 20, 2018

Lyman William Hall, 78 passed away Sat. Jan 20th at home. Lyman was born Aug. 20,939 in Houston. He graduated from Pasadena High School and attended the University of Houston.

He retired from The U.S. Air Force and worked for Trans Texas Airlines, Texas International Airlines and retired from Continental Airlines. He was a Pontiac expert and a longtime member of Pontiac Oakland Club International.

He is survived by his Brothers; Dr. Dayton Hall & wife Jeanne, Craig "Digger" Hall & wife Donnelle; Sisters, Lanette Leining and Diane Moreau & husband Todd; numerous nieces and nephews and a host of friends nationwide.

He was a loving, caring man who never met a stranger and will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.

A Memorial service will be held 1:00pm, Saturday Feb. 3, at Grandview Funeral Home in Pasadena.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to the American Heart Association or the charity of your choice.

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  • Memorial Servcice

    Saturday, February 3, 2018

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Jeffrey Beaulieu

August 4, 2021

Lyman, my cousin, Chris and I are so sorry to hear of your passing. When I lived in Pasadena with my family as a youngster in 1974 I remember we went boating, water skiing together. I remember learning how to water ski from you. You taught me how to fish for blue crab with a net.

You came up in a conversation with my wife tonight and she Googled you and we found you had passed. I remember so many fond memories with you.

In 1976 when I needed shelter you took me in no questions asked. Truly a great man. Rest in peace.

February 2, 2018

Lyman will be missed by my family especially my boys. Over the years he has always been there. He had many friends, so this passing will create a big void for many. Prayers and thoughts to his family. always in our hearts, Lyman.

Peggy (Hollis) DeMayo

James Hollis

February 2, 2018

What a great man and a life time friend ( since 1962). He was like a big brother to me. You could come always count on him. He bailed me out more than once over over the years. He was family. He will be missed and never forgotten.

LaNell (Hillman) Waldrop

February 2, 2018

I was so very sorry to hear this news about Lyman. We were classmates at Pasadena High School - so long ago. He was the sweetest, kindest young man. He will be missed by all who know and love him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

February 2, 2018

Lyman was a wonderful family friend for many years and did so much for many. He was always ready to lend a helping hand with a friendly smile. Many good memories. He will be missed. Our condolences to the family. Rest In Peace Lyman.

Cherie & Joe Lydick

Gina Russo

January 31, 2018

I was new to the Romayor community when I started working at the post office. Mr Hall would come in almost every day, sometimes just to say Hi! He was always buying stamps and sending/receiving cards. He even brought me a card for every holiday! He was a very sweet man and most definitely one of my favorite customers! I will miss seeing him come in for his mail. The post office will not be the same without him!

Doris Zacks

January 28, 2018

Always a very kind person and always smiling. Rest in peace my friend.

Bill and Mary White

January 27, 2018

We were shocked to hear of Lyman's sudden passing. Bill and I always looked forward to meeting up with him at the Pontiac National Conventions. He was a true gentleman and friend to everyone he met. Conventions will never be the same without him. He will be truly missed.

Dick and Elaine Sevigny

January 27, 2018

We are saddened and shocked by the passing of our friend. We will miss his phone calls, his cards and the special stamps that he picked out for every one of them. Most of all we will just miss Lyman a true friend and gentlemen.

Relda and Larru Thompson

January 27, 2018

Rest in peace Lyman.

FROM THE FAMILY