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William Anthony Hall

October 29, 1952 — April 24, 2024

William A. Hall, 71, devoted son, brother, father to Trina and Felicia, Grandfather and Great-grandfather passed away at home on Wednesday, April 24.

William (Bill) was born and raised in Pocatello in 1952 and spent the majority of his life on the Hall farm up Pocatello Creek Road. He enjoyed everything outdoors and was always hunting, skiing, snowmobiling, paragliding and skydiving. He was an avid ATV adventurer and found peace when riding his dirt bike, quad or side-by-side on a trail looking over the countryside. When he wasn’t residing with his daughter, Trina, in Pocatello; he was in Winterhaven, California, riding the Imperial sand dunes and Cargo Muchacho Mountains and trails outside of Yuma, Arizona, with his brother and mother.

He was extra close to his brother, Jarvey, and they adventured together from the moment Bill was born until his last day. Together, with his daughter Trina, they all made sure their mother and grandmother, Jewell, was alongside them in all of their adventures. She always rode on the side-by-side with Bill and he made sure she always had everything she needed.

When Bill was not out on an adventure, he was helping Trina with life on the farm, making sure the yard was taken care of and being a confidant when she needed it. Their last conversation was about wild turkeys, the winter’s snowfall and needing it to rain.

Bill graduated from Highland High School in 1971 and then was drafted into the US Army in 1972 as a medic. He was honorably discharged and helped his parents on the farm. Later, he worked at the Union Pacific Railroad, built houses and continued to work on the Hall farm.

He is preceded in death by his father, William S. Hall. He is survived by his mother, Jewell E. (Frazier) Hall; brother, Jarvey L. Hall Sr.; Daughters, Felicia (Von) Humphreys and Trina M. Hall; Grandchildren, Micaela Steinfeldt, Brayden Martin, Bryce Martin and Lexi Cornelison; and 3 Great-Grandchildren.

A graveside service with military honors will be held on Saturday, June 29, 2024 at 11:00 am at Mountain View Cemetery, 1520 S. 5th Avenue, Pocatello, ID.

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