Obituaries » Mr. Ronnie Richard Hall, Sr.
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February 10, 1944 – September 15, 2020
Burial Date October 24, 2020
Funeral Home Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery
Interment Southern Memorial Park Cemetery
Saturday (10/24): Memorial Service – 11AM; Comeaux Community Funeral Chapel; Interment – following service; private
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Ronnie Richard Hall, Sr. the son of the late Charles Hall and the late Shelley Hall Glass was born in Beaumont, Texas on February 10, 1944. Ronnie was educated in the Beaumont Independent School District. He graduated from Charlton Pollard High School in 1962. Ronnie was active in sports, excelling in football and helped lead the Bulldogs to many victories…….With #24 Ronnie R. Hall being named to the All-American team.
In 1964 Ronnie moved to Los Angeles, California. He worked as a postman the Los Angeles Post Office for fifteen years and later he worked for the Los Angeles Metro Transit for ten years. After retirement, Ronnie spent his time playing basketball with his friends at the gym. Staying healthy was part of his daily routine.
At an early age Ronnie became a member of Starlight Missionary Baptist Church in Beaumont. During one of his trips home he rejoined Starlight Missionary Baptist Church where he remained a member until God called him home.
Ronnie was preceded by his parents, Charles Hall and Shelley Hall Glass.
Cherishing his memories are his children, Jackquealyne Hall, David Hall, Derek Hall, Jr., Ronnie Hall, Jr. and Ramaan Hall; sisters, Delcenia Hall, Janelle Dumas, Gloria Donald and Jawane Calhoun. Ronnie’s legacy continues with six grandchildren, twelve great-grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.
A light went out on Earth for me
The day we said goodbye
And on that day a star was born,
The brightest in the sky
Reaching through the darkness
With its rays of purest white
Lighting up the Heavens
As it once lit up my life
With beams of love to heal
The broken heart you left behind
Where always in my memory
Your lovely star will shine