Harold Davis Hall

February 14, 1934 - July 11, 2018
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Harold Davis Hall, 84, of Newark, Delaware, went home to his Creator on July 11, 2018. He was born February 14, 1934 in Milford, Delaware to the late John Causey Hall and Mary Davis Hall. A loving and devoted husband and father, Harold lived most of his life in Newark, where he enjoyed bowling whenContinue Reading

Christina Hall left a message on July 5, 2019:
My dearest Harold even with the passing of time, your memory does not fade, and I have moved on to the place you wanted for me and also I have been doing exactly what you would have wanted me to do, find love love again like I did with you and share it, my heart is open and I know I still love to give to someone and I am still following my path even with the new direction it has taken me. I cherish all the memories and time we had together and I will always remember all the good times and the bad I was you friend, your wife, your caregiver and confidant and we will meet again when the time is right and may you rest easy with your family. I look for your in the palm trees and on the winds when I sing and call them in.You always come and I know you will always watch over me and keep me from harm, all I have to do is continue to go to ground and water, you know what I mean love you, miss you take care and learn your lessons well you will be back again to let your light shine in the world and it will be much easier this time around
Lori LaBella McInturff McInturff left a message on August 13, 2018:
So sorry for your loss I remember mr. Hall from the bowling alley days.
Alison Aubrey left a message on July 17, 2018:
Though I did not know Harold for very long, I liked him as soon as I first met him. It was just that kind of thing. Chris and family, may you be blessed by many loving memories of him.
Tali Villanueva left a message on July 16, 2018:
Dave , my deepest condolences on the passing of your dad.
May be RIP
Christina Hall left a message on July 16, 2018:
My dearest husband, I am so grateful for all you gave me and all your strength, we had a wonderful life together and I feel honored to have been able to be your loving caregiver right to the end, May you rest easy and peacefully until it is my time to join you and you better come running to get me when it is time, love you, miss you and will always carry you in my heart
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
nancy kersey left a message on July 16, 2018:
Dave, my condolences to you and your family.
nancy kersey left a message on July 16, 2018:
Dave, my sympathies to you and your family.
Wendy Toney left a message on July 16, 2018:

The day I met you it was as if we had been friends forever and it was the same when I met Harold. He was one of the sweetest guys I ever met. You were better for having been together. I will miss his smile and watching old westerns with him.

Harold, fly high, fly free
On the wings of eagles and angels
To your place of peace and well earned rest
Until we meet again.

Eileen Holtz left a message on July 15, 2018:
Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.

Sleep well, gentle man.
There are several waiting for you at the Rainbow Bridge. Among them are my beloved Dobermans, my protectors. They will stay with you and protect you until all those for whom you wait join you.
Sleep well gentle man. Your trials and pain are over.
Sleep well.
Skye Schmidt left a message on July 15, 2018:
The thing I remember most about Harold is that he always had a kind smile and a hello for whoever came through the door, even when he wasn't feeling very well. He loved his shows and was absolutely horrified hat I didnt recognise any of the movies he was watching, and soon gave up trying to quiz me on them. I'm privileged to have known him these past few years and will miss seeing him each week.
Christine Mercante left a message on July 13, 2018:
God bless Harold on his new journey! Loved seeing him when we had reiki get togethers.
Peggy DiLullo left a message on July 13, 2018:
The first time I met Harold I notice his long hair was in a ponytail. He had a lot of white hair. I also noticed how attentive and supportive he was of his wife Christina, my dear friend.
The coolest and most impressive things I noticed about Harold was how my pleasure and time he devoted to his hobbie which was his miniature town that he built that was displayed in their porch 24/7.
I will miss you Harold especially coming into your front door and come up to you and great you with a kiss and ask how was your day today.
RT Foard left a message:
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