Ronald R. Hall

Born: Tue., May 12, 1942
Died: Thu., Apr. 28, 2016

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Ronald R. Hall, 73, passed away, April 28, 2016. Born in Dixon Tennessee on May 12, 1942, he
was the son of the late Majorie Shealy Stoudemire and the late Jack D. Hall. A graduate of
Brookland Cayce High School, Mr. Hall went on to further his education by earning a Bachelor
of Science Degree from Newberry College, a Masters Degree in Business from the
Clemson/Furman M.B.A. program, and a Law degree from the University of South Carolina
School of Law. Mr. Hall practiced law in the Columbia area for 43 years. Mr. Hall was a
member of Transfiguration Lutheran Church where he enjoyed singing in the choir and teaching
Sunday school. He is survived by his wife, Dianne N. Hall, his daughter, Lori D. Hall, and his
son Ronald Jason Hall (Ellie Lister). In addition to his parents , Mr. Hall was predeceased by his
brother Don Hall, and his stepfather Jennings B. Stoudemire. At Mr. Hall’s request, there will
be no funeral service. Memorials may be made to Pet’s Inc.. 300 Orchard St., West Columbia SC
Or Pawmetto Lifeline, 1275 Bower Parkway, Columbia SC.

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Carolyn Kleckley Smith
   Posted Sun May 01, 2016
Dianne, Lori and Jason, I am so sorry for your loss. Ronald was one of my favorite cousins. As I'm sure you know, he was in the car accident that killed our grandmother, Mama Shealy. It was fun growing up with Ronald. Sorry that I have not had more contact with him in the last several years. We all know that he is at peace now. May God bless your family during these difficult times and give you peace.

Carolyn Kleckley Smith

Carol steigner
   Posted Sun May 01, 2016
Rest in peace Ron. Your were s good colleague. Carol

Jim O'Connor
   Posted Sun May 01, 2016
Our prays are with Jason and his entire family.

Thomas Plonk
   Posted Mon May 02, 2016
You have been a wonder friend for many years, Ronald Hall. Rest in peace.

Lexington County Register of Deeds
   Posted Mon May 02, 2016
We truly enjoyed working with Mr. Hall. He made us laugh many days. He was always in and out but over the years, but we had a great work relationship. He was a wonderful man. Our hearts are with you. We will miss him.
Thoughts and Prayers from the ladies at Lexington County Register of Deeds.

Robin McLean
   Posted Mon May 02, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss, Jason. Your dad will certainly be remembered in the legal community.

deborah Jolley-Peterson
   Posted Mon May 02, 2016
I will truly miss you Mr. Hall. I will keep the family in my prayers.

Teresa Moynihan
   Posted Tue May 03, 2016

Myself and the employees here at HFC are very sorry for your loss. Know you all are in our prayers.


Daniel Stone
   Posted Tue May 03, 2016
Prayers and thoughts are with you at this time

Harper Shull
   Posted Wed May 04, 2016
I knew Ron in the BC band. He was strong enough to carry the big bass drum. I also talked with Ron when we both lived in Edenwood during the eighties. My daughter Kelley is a fellow attorney with Lori and they rode to BC together.

May the Lord of all comfort, grant you the peace that passeth all understanding during this difficult time.

Asbury Harper Shull

Marchant M. (Doodle) Harman, Jr.
   Posted Sat May 14, 2016
Thanks for sharing so much time and so many stories. Your care for Ronald during his last difficult months certainly made his days more pleasant. Here is the message that failed to transmit on May 1, 2016.
Dianne,Lori, Jason, and Ellie,
My thoughts are with you during these days. Many memories are mine from my days with Ronald at B-C and Newberry College. He would want us to go on as if nothing had happened but we know that's not quite possible. My "unique" friend did it all "his way". Regards,

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