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Alfred J. Hall, III “Al”

Born April 10, 1952

Alfred J. Hall, III, known fondly as Al, age 61, of Newark, DE passed away peacefully on Sunday, December 1, 2013, while surrounded by his family.
Born in Wilmington, Delaware on April 10, 1952, Al was a son of the late Alfred J. Hall Jr. and Irene Subchencko Hall. He proudly and honorably served his country in the US Army.
Al enjoyed visiting the Delaware beaches and surf fishing. He was an avid steam train enthusiast and drag racing fan. Al loved being with his family, whom he adored. He was an exceptional husband, father, and grandfather, who will be dearly missed.

In addition to his parents, Al was preceded in death by a brother, Alex Hall and a grandchild who awaits him in heaven. He is survived by his beloved wife of 40 years, Nancy M. Hall; sons, Alfred J. Hall, IV and wife Jill and Alexis J. Hall and wife Cyndi; and daughter, Nadja M. Greso and husband James; brother, Ehon Hall and wife Susan; and 5 grandchildren.
A funeral service will be held at 11:30 am on Thursday, December 5, 2013 at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark, DE, where friends may call from 10:30 am until 11:30 am. Interment will be held privately.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 92 Read’s Way, Ste. 205, New Castle, DE 19720 or to Vitas Hospice, c/o Vitas Health Care Corporation, 100 Commerce Drive, Ste. 302 Newark, DE 19713.

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20 Condolences for Alfred J. Hall, III “Al”

  • Ms. Nancy, Alfred, Nadja Alexis and family, please know your in my thoughts and prayers in this trying time…. My deepest sympathy!

  • May the everlasting Comfortor comfort you at this time, and may the God of Peace sustain you and your family through it all.

    Prayerfully submitted,

    Alberta Flonard

  • To the family and friends of Mr. Hall. We don’t know each other personally, but I wanted to let you know that I am deeply sorry for your lost. It is a tragedy to lose a loved one in death. I know that he will be deeply missed. However, I would like to share something with you that might offer some comfort. The Bible mentions that not only will God help you through this situation, but it also helps us to appreciate that we will have the opportunity to see our lost loved ones again. Read Psalms 34:18 and also John 5:28,29.

    I hope these scriptures can provide a sense of comfort for you and your family. All of you in my prayers…

  • Nancy and family sorry for you loss of a wonderful husband and great father. He will surely be missed.
    If you need anything please don”t hesitate to call and ask. I sent to you all my deepest thoughts and loving prayers for the whole family in the loss of Alfred..

  • Please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of your husband and father. Losing a loved one at any time is a very difficult and losing them near a holiday makes the loss more difficult. .Nancy, Alfred, Alexis, Nadja and families keep your memories close for his love will always be in your hearts.

  • I am Al’s Arizona Cousin. His father was my mother’s (Edna Hall Mullikin) brother. I have fond memories of Aunt Irene and Al visiting us in Arizona when he was a young boy. May it comfort you to know others share your loss. Love and Prayers to my Hall family. Rest in Peace Al

  • Nancy and family, please know you are in our prayers. Our deepest sympathy.

  • With deepest sympathy, my thoughts and prayers go out to all the family and friends. I know he will be surely missed.

    God bless.

  • Nadja and Nancy, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my thoughts today and in the
    upcoming holiday. Judy Sherman

  • Dear Nancy, what terrible news. We have known each other from childhood and remember you and Alfred coming down to our house, think had a car worked on. We are still in the same house and how sad we never kept in touch. Happens so much and then when this happens can only think of should have stayed closer.
    I hope the love of your family and friends comfort you in this time of need.
    I hope we do contact each other later and meet again. Thinking of you and your family.
    With caring thoughts, Barbara and Alvin

  • Thank you so much for your kind thoughts and prayers. Love Ms Nancy

  • Dear Alberta…God is our strength and comfort. Thank you for your prayers. Love Nancy

  • Thank you for your words of comfort and support and encouragement. Thank you for your prayers.

  • Dear Debbie…thank you so much for your loving prayers. It was nice to see you and your Mom at Alfred’s service. We all appreciate your kindness and support. Love Nancy

  • Dear Liz and Marty…Thank you so much for your kind words and support. We appreciate you. You’re right, loving memories and God’s love will help us through and keep us going. Love Nancy, Alfred IV, Alexis, Nadja and families.

  • Dear Anita…Thanks so much for reaching out. I remember Alfred talking about his trip(s) to Arizona with his Mom and how much he enjoyed himself. I actually had the chance to meet your mother during a trip she made back east. Thank you for your heartfelt prayers. Love Nancy

  • Dear Allen & Clara…thank you so much for your kind thoughts and prayers. It’s such a comfort. Love Nancy

  • Hi Cheryl…thank you for your thoughts and prayers and thank you for coming to Alfred’s service. God is a comfort to all of us. Love Nancy

  • Hi Judy…thank you so much for your heartfelt thoughts and prayers. It’s a comfort and we appreciate your support. Love Nancy, Alfred IV, Alexis, and Nadja

  • Dear Barbara and Alvin…thank you so much for reaching out. It means a lot. Yes, we have known each other since childhood…a long time! Even though we haven’t seen each other, caring words from an old friend is very comforting. Thank you…Love Nancy and family