Ronald A. Hall

  • Born: September 26, 1939
  • Died: February 15, 2020
  • Location: Hooksett, New Hampshire

Phaneuf Funeral Homes & Crematorium - Hanover Street

243 Hanover Street
Manchester, NH 03104
Tel. (603) 625-5777

Tribute & Message From The Family

Ronald Anthony Hall Sr. (80) passed away on Saturday, February 15, 2020 at the Hacket Hill Center in Manchester, NH. He was born on September, 26 1939 in New London, CT, the son of William A Hall and Ellen R Hall (Holland).

He was the husband of Verna S. Hall. They were married on June 22, 1978 in Nashua, NH, and shared over 30 years of loving marriage until her passing.

Ronald was a graduate of Robert E. Fitch High School in Groton CT, and later earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from Rivier College. He later served in the US Air Force and was very proud of his service. Ronald was also an avid model train collector and belonged to the New Haven Railroad Historical & Technical Association. Above all, Ronald loved his family immensely, and will be deeply missed by all whose lives he touched.

Ronald was predeceased by his three sisters, Dotty (Brady), Jane (Ingraham) and Lorraine (Santangelo).

He is survived by his brother William Hall, his children Suzanne Moore and her husband David, of Portland, ME, Ronald A Hall Jr. and his wife Sandy, of Groton, CT; Linda Cyr and her husband Brian, of Manchester, NH and Steven Hall, of San Francisco, CA.

Calling hours for Ronald will be held on Friday, February 21 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM, with a service beginning at 12:00 PM at Phaneuf Funeral Homes, 243 Hanover St. Manchester, NH. He will be laid to rest at the NH State Veterans Cemetery in Boscawen at 1:30 PM that day.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Ron was an amazing person, my "BFF." For three years we shared stories, pictures, confidences, and hopes. I'll so miss the mischievous twinkle in his eye and the sound of his laughter. We had a common bond in our love of all creatures great and small and enjoyed watching "Too Cute" together. He taught me about the planes, trains and submarines that brought him such joy AND the practicality of never really having too many boxes. He gently preached about his faith as he was a very devoted man. He'd reminisce about days gone by and I'd eagerly await the stories of his youth in Groton, CT, to his adventures in the military, and his career with the FAA. I won't be able to pass a Wendy's without wanting to get him some chili and a Frosty. Every time I see a cat I'll think of Tuffy, his dearest companion. I find myself slowing down when I pass the Brick House. Selfishly, my heart grows heavy knowing I won't be able to spend that cherished time with him but I know, deep within my soul, that he has entered the Gates of Heaven and is rejoicing in the fulfillment of his prayers. Ron's memory will be forever etched in my heart. I send my sincere condolences to Suzanne, Ron, Linda and Steven for their immeasurable loss. With love,

Posted by Deb Lyons - Auburn, NH - Friend   February 21, 2020

Family Album