Ronald D Hall
Ronnie Hall passed away on Dec 31st, 2019. He was born on March 17th, 1969 in Garland, Texas. He grew up in Mesquite, Texas. He was a physical therapist assistant and loved doing what he did. He loved helping and caring for others. He was loving, kind, generous and adventurous. He loved the outdoors, fishing, hunting and dancing.
He is survived by his wife, two sons, two step children, three grandchildren and two brothers. He was preceded in death by his sister, mother and father. A celebration of his life will be held at his home at a later date.
Published on January 17, 2020


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Terry Torres
Feb 05, 2020
My special memory
I will always remember the laughter that was so contagious!
I will always remember your love for country music , dancing and spin me until I felt sick , and would have to ask you / PLEASE LETS Sit THIS SONG OUT... I’m exhausted ,,,

I remember telling you my boyfriend doesn’t country dance and it’s my birthday ,,
You came to my party at Cowboys to dance with me 3 songs,, and left.
Just because that’s how you are.

Oh how we had so much fun at work/ HDSupply ( HomeDepot Supply) the meetings were always fun , when you were sitting next to me ,, and we both had hangovers from the day before
The late Happy Hour that lasted until 10:00 or 11:00 pm !!!
You never met
...a stranger. I do remember that about you.
I’m so happy you found your soul mate❤️
I love and will miss you -
Until we meet again -
You will country dance in Heaven now with the angels , and bring them lots of laughter.
I pray daily for your wife and kids, grandkids you had to leave so soon.

You Ronnie will always have a special place in my heart.
I’m forever great full for the friendship we shared..
Fly High my sweet friend.......
You will be missed ,
Your friend & side kick , from work and lunch partner ,,,,
Terry Torres
Mansfield Tx
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Amy owen
Jan 20, 2020
He was such a sweet guy. Always had a smile on his face. You will you be missed. R.I.P
Louise Heiman
Jan 19, 2020
I can always picture the light in Ronnie's eyes when he was dancing with Henri. He was the happiest when they had family around or on their next adventure. I am thankful for knowing such an amazing man. Always remember his joy and love of life. I know I will carry it always in my memories.
Loyd and Elvira Owen
Jan 19, 2020
To the Hall Family whom we gives our deepest sympathy for our Sweet, Handsome, Loveable Ronny. We feel a very broad Void in our family. It wont be the same by losing this Sweett Soul who gave his all. He brought Love and Happiness to our Sweet Niece Henrietta. Our hearts are broken. But we know that Ronny will be missed but never forgotten. We will meet him again when Jesus comes back. Praying for ya daily. Never give up the Faith. I think Ronny will be watching over Henri, and he would like you to continue your Journey. Love and Prayers to you all. Love, REDNECK
Jan 19, 2020
Medium Dish Garden was purchased for the family of Ronald D Hall.  Send flowers
Chrystal (Wolven) Jackson
Jan 19, 2020
My thoughts and prayers have been with, and will be with, your family. I pray that the peace that surpasses all understanding will wrap around you and comfort you in this time of loss
Alita Martin
Jan 19, 2020
Henry, I am praying for you and your family. I cannot express how sorry I was when I was told of your loss. May God hold you tightly in his loving embrace and give you peace and allow you to remember all the love and beautiful memories you two created. Love to you sweet Henry.
Brian Lawrence
Jan 19, 2020
Gracious Lavender Basket was purchased for the family of Ronald D Hall by Brian Lawrence.  Send flowers
Kim Beadle
Jan 19, 2020
Ronnie was a genuinely good person. I never once saw him without a smile and he was always kind. Love to Henri and everyone in his family as I know he is and will be forever missed.
Traye Ramirez
Jan 19, 2020
I didnt know Ronnie very long. The time I did have the pleasure of knowing him, I found that he was a genuine down to earth guy that always had a smile and full of energy. I was able to have several conversations with him about hunting and his love for the outdoors. When he came to the house to hunt he just wanted to sit in the woods and enjoy the nature. He will be missed.
Joy McGrath
Jan 19, 2020
Ronnie was a wonderful man. He had an infectious smile and a love for life that spread happiness to everyone around him. I am a better person for having known him. He will always be remembered and my love to you, Henri and to all the family.