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Dallas Hall

March 31, 1931 — November 9, 2021

Dallas D. Hall went to join his heavenly father and savior on November 9th, 2021. He was born

in Bluefield, West Virginia on March 31st, 1931 to the late Offie S. Hall and Richard A. Hall.

Dallas was preceded in death by his wife Candy Hall; siblings Lacy Hall, Lester Hall, Elbert Hal,

Johnson Hall, Juanita Southern, Jimmy Hall, and Shelva Jean Travis.

He is survived by his sister Evelyn S. Sadler and her husband Edward A. Sadler and their daughters Mai-Lyn and Brooklyn Sadler. He is also survived by a niece, Kari Peeples Cox, and a nephew, Jason Peeples.

Dallas is from Bluefield West Virginia and built a life for himself there with his wife Candy. Dallas was a Korean War Veteran and after serving his country he worked as a trucker for the next 44 years. Later in his life Dallas lived with his sister Evelyn and her family and spent his time making them laugh, reading his bible, listening to gospel music, and watching Jimmy Swaggart. In his final days Dallas was surrounded by family and loved ones. He was content with his life and passed peacefully.

“It was okay, it was a good life. I don’t feel bad about because it was good.”- Dallas Hall.

Friends may call on Saturday, November 13, 2021 from 12:00-2:00 PM at the funeral home.

 

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