Hayward Gene Hall Jr. (aka HG Hall or Gene Hall or Bubba)
57, born March 08, 1963 in Zanesville, Ohio was granted his Angel wings in his home in Roseville, Ohio on August 5, 2020.
HG was the son of Patricia A Hall of White Cottage, Ohio and the late Hayward G Hall SR of Gainesville, Texas.
He attended Maysville High School Class of 1981 and studied Diesel Technology in Nashville, TN. He continued his career as a certified electrician for the states of Texas and Ohio.
He was an active member of the Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio, Muskingum Lodge, The Scottish Rite of Cambridge, Ohio, Widows Sons MC of Zanesville, Ohio as well as a member of the Amrou Grotto of Zanesville, Ohio.
He enjoyed riding motorcycles, playing the guitar and drums, was the grill master at family barbeques and was a creative artist with various mediums. He was extremely talented in everything science and mechanical related.
Everyone that knew him knew that he never met a stranger, would give you the shirt off his back, he understood EVERYTHING of this world and beyond (even though most of us had no idea what he was talking about lol), he had a strong sense of humor, and HAD to know how EVERYTHING worked from the inside out.
Please know that if you knew him, loved him or was part of his world in any way, shape or form that he loved you back ten fold! Thank you for being a friend to him while he was here among us! He will be missed beyond measure!
HG is survived by his children Misty Dawn (Hall) Nordhoff and John Leonard Hall of Whitesboro, TX., his mother Patricia A Hall of White Cottage, OH and his sister and her spouse Dawn L (Hall) Desrosiers and Steven P Desrosiers of White Cottage, OH and his 2 nieces Destiny C. (Desrosiers) Hooper of Winter Garden, FL and Ciara L Desrosiers of White Cottage Oh.
He was preceded in death by his father Hayward G Hall Sr of Gainesville, TX in 2012.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to his close friends Shelly A Kendall who earned her wings shortly after him on August 10, 2020, Jimmy & Shelly South, Dan And Becky Brewer and Scott Temple who was his life long friend and partner in crime.
Per his instructions, no service will be held. He simply requested that his brother in law take him for one last ride on his motorcycle and that his sister would take one last journey with him to the ocean where he will be laid to rest with his dad.
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