Roger Hall

July 29, 2023

Roger Hall, a beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, passed away on July 29th, 2023 at the age of 79. His family mourns his loss deeply. He is survived by his three children, Nikki Welch, Todd (Nikki) Hall, and Christopher (Cindy) Hall, as well as his three grandchildren, Shelby (Mike) Welch-Ference, Hunter (Ajay) Hall, and Peyton Hall. Additionally, his great-grandson, Gavin Welch-Ference, will continue to cherish his memory. Roger is also survived by his sister Joanne (Gerald) Law, along with a large extended family filled with nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death are his wife, Shirley Hall, his parents, Joseph and Madeline Hall, his sister, Gwendolyn (Wendy) Hall, and his son-in-law, Jeff Welch. Roger’s presence will be greatly missed, and he will forever be remembered for his kind heart, remarkable humor, and unwavering devotion to his family.

Roger’s greatest joy in life was spending quality time with his loved ones. Throughout his career at Celanese, he made significant contributions. After retirement, he and Shirley nurtured their love for each other by attending local events, walking, and engaging in volunteer work. They particularly enjoyed their summers at Big Valley. During colder months, Roger found a part-time job at the EXPO Centre, where he could socialize with others while escaping the confines of his house. Known for striking up conversations effortlessly, Roger had a special affinity for coffee, often using it as a catalyst for engaging with new acquaintances. Listening to CFCW, attending classic car shows, tinkering around the house and garage, and completing search-a-word books were among his favorite pastimes.

Roger’s absence has left a profound void in the hearts of his loved ones. Although they grieve his loss immensely, they find solace in the treasured memories they shared together. Cremation has already taken place, and a private celebration of life will be held at a later date by the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the heart and stroke foundation or SPCA in Roger’s honor would be greatly appreciated.

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