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FIRST SERGEANT RICHARD GRANT HALL, UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS (Ret.)

Richard Grant Hall, First Sergeant United States Marine Corps (Ret.), 65, husband of Barbara Kay Thompson Hall, died Monday, February 1, 2021, at his residence.

Grant was born in Charleston, West Virginia to the late Robert A. and Virginia Snodgrass Hall.  He was a United States Marine Corps Veteran, Retired, and was also retired as a Deputy Sheriff with the Beaufort County Sheriffs Department. Grant was a member of St. Peters Catholic Church and was also a member of the Knights of Columbus.

Surviving in addition to his wife of 26 years are his son, Anderson Lee “Andy” Hall; two sisters Fonda Hall Coleman and Beverly Jo Paulus; a niece and a number of nephews.

The family will receive friends from 4 until 6 o’clock Thursday, Thursday, February 4, 2021, at Copeland Funeral Service – One Copeland Drive.

A Mass of the Christian Burial will be held 11:30 Friday morning, February 5, 2021, at St Peters Catholic Church – 70 Lady’s Island Drive on Lady’s Island. Burial will follow at 1 o’clock in Beaufort National Cemetery with United States Marine Corps Honors.

Memorial contributions may be made to Crescent Hospice – Suite D, 56 Persimmon Street, Bluffton, South Carolina  29910.

Online Condolences

  1. William Lipscomb says:

    RIP First Sergeant Hall, Condolence from the Herbert J Thomas Detachment #947 Marine Corps League. Charleston WV. Commandant.

  2. Carolyn Jarrett says:

    Dear Barbara,
    My heart hurts for you! I’m so sorry about Grant passing. I remember when Calvin & Kay rented the boat at the lake. We all had such a good time. I think of you and Andy and pray that God will wrap his arms around you both and give you comfort and peace during this time. I’m praying for you.
    Carolyn Jarrett

  3. Jeffrey Light says:

    Brother, you will be missed… RIP

  4. Alissa Lamm/Mike Williams says:

    Dear Barbara and Andy:
    Mike and I were so very saddened to receive the call that we had known was inevitable, but were dreading – that our dear longtime friend has passed from this Earth into Heaven. He fought a good fight – and did everything that he could to stay with his family as long as he possibly could. We will miss him – and we will honor him by continuing to be here for you if you need anything at all. We are praying for you – May God wrap His arms around you – and give you strength and comfort and peace. We love you. And Mike says, Semper Fi brother.
    Alissa & Mike

  5. Carol & Harley Ruff says:

    Dear Barbara & Andy,
    There are no words to adequately express how sorry we are for the loss of your wonderful husband and father. I was always so impressed with the love you two had for each other and the delight you took in having Andy as your son. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers and that we are right here in Beaufort ready to help you in any way that we can. You are not alone. Sending love and hugs to you both. Xoxox the Ruff Family – Harley, Carol, Clayton, Graham & Mary V.

  6. Vera & Rick Gwin says:

    Dear Barbara & Andy,
    We are so sorry for your lost. You and Andy are in our prayers, May God hold you both in his hands and give you the love and strength
    you need during this time of sadness. All my love, remember I am a phone call away. Vera

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