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John Q. Hall
July 6, 1928 ~ December 16, 2023 (age 95) 95 Years Old
John Quenton Hall, born July 6, 1928, went home to be with the Lord on December 16, 2023, at the age of 95. He was born in Rock Creek, Idaho to Ira and Maude Hall. He met and married Dollie Cleveland and together they raised 3 children. He served in the Air Force for 21 years serving in the Korean War and Vietnam War.
A graveside service with military honors to celebrate John Hall’s life will be conducted at the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery in Dallas, Texas on Tuesday, December 26, 2023, at 1:00 pm.
John is survived by his two sons, Ron Dodson, of Dumfries, Virginia, and Jack Hall and spouse Karen, of Palestine, Texas. Also surviving him are Fourteen Grandchildren, Twenty-Eight Great-Grandchildren, and Nine Great-Great-Grandchildren, and a sister Opal Davis, of Boise, Idaho. John was a devout family man and accepted all the blended families as his own. John was preceded in death by his wife Dollie, and daughter Rebecca Harper.
John was a Deacon in his church and a member of the Masons, actively serving for over 50 years.
He always made yearly trips to Idaho to visit brothers, sisters, and family, often coinciding with a family reunion. He had a passion for RVing and camping and would often accompany friends and family to explore the USA. He was an avid fisherman and hunter in his younger days. John especially loved socializing with other RVers, where he loved talking about his time in the service. He was a good friend and counselor to many veterans.
After retiring from the Air Force as a Master Sergeant, John had a small cattle ranch in northeast Texas, and worked in the medical diagnostics field. After retiring again at 65, he took up working with stained glass as a hobby and worked on his glass until recently. He sold a lot of his work but was best known for making special pieces for family and friends. John was a devoted family man, dedicated patriot, and loving friend who will be greatly missed and never forgotten.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in memory of John Hall can be directed towards Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas 66675-8516.
Funeral services for John Quenton Hall are in care of Rhone Funeral Home, 3900 S. State Highway 19, Palestine, Texas.
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