Obituaries

Marvin E. Hall

April 13, 1931 - March 27, 2012

Age 80, of Oak St., Warsaw died March 27, 2012 at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester.

He was born April 13, 1931 in Perry, NY, son of the late Marvin and Cora Pierson Hall. Marv worked for 30 years as a mechanic and service manager at the former Tillner Chevrolet auto dealership in Warsaw. He retired in 1994. Marv was a past chief of the Warsaw Fire Department, past member of the Erie Hose Company, the Warsaw Rescue Squad and the Warsaw Fire Police. He was a member of the Warsaw Volunteer Exempt Firemen and was a life member and past president of the Wyoming County Volunteer Firemen’s Association and was a life member of the Western New York Volunteer Firemen’s Association. Marv was also a past member of the Wyoming County Fire Advisory Board. He was a member of the Wyoming County Veterans Club and the Loyal Order of the Moose #560, Warsaw. He was a past member of the former Warsaw Lions Club and past president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce.

Surviving are his wife of 39 years, Mary Follett Hall; his children, Robert (Anne) Morris of Batavia, Carol Makley of Williamson, Lisa Morris Ballerstein of Warsaw, Matthew (Veronica) Hall of Ekron, KY, Tara (Dan) Hall DiLaura of Batavia; grandchildren, Alex, Bobby, Amanda, Amy, Chad, Trista, Sarah, Briana and Tristan; 4 great grandchildren.

Friends may call Saturday 11 AM – 3 PM at Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 N. Main St., Warsaw where a fireman’s service will be held at 3 PM followed by his funeral service. Memorials may be made to the family.

Important Dates

March 31, 2012 : Calling hours for Marvin E. Hall - 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM

March 31, 2012 : Funeral service for Marvin E. Hall - 3:00 PM

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Mar 31.12 from Regina Nesbitt:
Dan and I were very sorry to hear about your loss, Marvin was a nice person that would help anyone that needed help, Dan said he made a great manhatten

Mar 30.12 from Ronald Gilbert:
I didn't know Marv and had only met him for the first time at our class' (1961) 50th reunion attended by Marv and his wife, Mary, my classmate. I just want to express our sorrow at this time and let Mary know we have her and the family in our prayers.

Mar 30.12 from Cheryl Kelly:
Mary and Family A simple note of sincere sympathy for your loss. May the Lord give you the strength to get through this tough time. Will see you when we return up north.

Mar 29.12 from Steve and Debbie Mazzaferro:
We've know Marvin and Mary for at least 24 years from camping. Deb and I enjoyed there company every weekend for 10 years as neighbors.When we arrived at camp Marvo (my nickname for him) always said hello with a smile on his face. We remember him sitting and relaxing on his deck reading a book (he enjoyed reading). We had many great memories and laughs sitting around the camp fires, always enjoyed having that pan of garbage cooking over the fire. He helped us find our 1st conversion van and we have some great memories from the Christmas parties. It was definatly a great pleasure knowing Marvo and he will be sadley missed. We know that you and Bill are riding that golf cart in the sky looking down on us and when we look up to see the Big Dipper we will give you wave. Love you and miss you. Steve and Debbie

Mar 29.12 from John & Betty Rohl:
Mary & Family,
So sorry to hear the news.Thinking of you-We have plans for Sat--So probably will not see you.

Mar 29.12 from Jim Gerrard II:
My Deepest Sympathies to the entire Hall family. Marv was a great man and a good friend. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Mar 29.12 from Donna Wilhoite:
You know Marv will be greatly missed. The fun times we had together will always be with me.

Mar 29.12 from Cathy Uptegove:
Mary, We am so sorry to hear of your husbands passing. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Tom and Cathy

Mar 28.12 from JUne Green -Gary Howard:
We are keeping you all in our prayers.What a wonderful man and a great friend.