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David Lewis Hall

December 14, 1949 — May 2, 2024

Warner Robins

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David Lewis Hall of Warner Robins passed away on the morning of Wednesday, May 2, 2024, at the age of 74.

Born in Alexandria, Virginia, David was the son of the late Vern and Norma Osborne Hall. Raised in Camden, New Jersey, he graduated from Burlington County High School in 1967. David entered the United States Navy where he served during the Vietnam War. David dedicated four years to the United States military and held the rank of E-5.

After the military David moved to Florida, and opened a pet store, Tale of Two Feathers. In the early 1990’s, he made Warner Robins his permanent residence and cared for his mother. During that time, he took positions at Food Max in the produce section, and worked for the City of Warner Robins, Parks and Recreation Department.

In his free time, David loved collecting baseball cards, and listening to music, especially the Beatles, BGs, and Journey.

His memory will be treasured by his wife of 27 years, Angie Hall of Warner Robins; son, Zane Hall of Warner Robins; stepchildren, Brian Robinson (Peggy) of Florida, Stephanie Robinson Cox (John) of Indiana, and Michelle Robinson of Warner Robins; as well as nine grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully request that donations in memory of David be given to the Wounded Warrior Foundation.

At the family’s request all services held will be private. 

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