Myrnie Joseph Hall

Myrnie Joseph HallMyrnie Joseph Hall, 67, of Fulton, NY passed away unexpectedly on
Wednesday December 9, 2015 at Community General Hospital. He
was born in Fulton, NY to his late parents, Lillian (Williams) and William
C. Hall on February 8, 1948. Myrnie was a 1966 graduate of the J. C.
Birdlebough High School in Phoenix, NY and attended Onondaga
Community College. He retired in 2014 from Crouse Hinds in Syracuse
after 45 years of service as a millwright.
He was a parishioner of St. Stephen’s Catholic Church in Phoenix; a
member of IBEW Local 2084; and a member of the Loyal Order of the
Moose. Myrnie was an avid hunter and fisherman and an active member
of Moose Creek Hunting Club in Stillwater.
Surviving are his wife of 46 years, Mary C. (Woods) Hall; a daughter and
son-in-law, Kerry and Dempsey Hazen of Fulton; granddaughter Keera
Hazen; sister Martha Gaebel of Tampa, FL; four nephews; and many
friends and hunting buddies.
Calling hours are on Sunday December 13, from 3 to 7 p.m. in the
Allanson-Glanville-Tappan Funeral Home in Phoenix. Prayers will be
on Monday Dec. 14, at 8:45 a.m. at the funeral home, 431 Main St.,
followed by a mass of Christian burial at 9:30 a.m. in St. Stephen’s Catholic
Church 469 Main St., Phoenix, with the Rev. Philip Brockmyre officiating.
Burial will follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery, located at 463 South¬†Seventh
St., Fulton, NY 13069
Contributions in Myrnie’s memory may be made to: The Vasculitis
Foundation, P.O. Box 28660, Kansas City, MO 64188 1-800-277-9474

3 thoughts on “Myrnie Joseph Hall

  1. Thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time, I have know Myrnie for a long time, he was a great guy always smiling, and always wore a colorful hat.

  2. Our condolences to the family during this difficult time. Myrnie was a delight in hunting camp and will be greatly missed. RIP my friend.

  3. My condolences go out to Mary and her family. Following graduation Myrnie and I spent many an evening together sharing an adult beverage at establishments near and far. I will always remember Myrnie playing the piano at a party and I marveled at his talent. He and his zest for life will be missed.

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