Charles E. Hall

March 15, 1932 ‒ February 03, 2019

Galena, Ohio

Charles E. Hall, age 86 of Galena passed away Sunday, February 3, 2019 at Grant Medical Center.

Born in Powell on March 15, 1932 he was the son of the late Dorothy Ware and George Rogers. He graduated from Orange High School in 1950, where he played baseball and basketball.

Charles began working for Cellar Lumber in Westerville and in 1952 he was drafted into the US Army, proudly serving in Germany during the Korean Conflict.

He married his high school sweetheart, the former Amelia Ann Barrows in 1953. Together they have shared almost 67 wonderful years, through thick and thin.

A lifelong farmer, he also owned and operated Charles E. Hall Custom Builder in addition to a water hauling business. He also worked as the farm manager for the LeVeque Family Farm. As a community steward he served a number of years as a Trustee for Berlin Township and was a volunteer firefighter for Berlin Twp. Fire Department.

An avid baseball player and fan, he played fast pitch softball for years and was quite the pitcher in his day. Charles often spoke of his time playing baseball while in the US Army with Willie Mays. He was also a gifted storyteller, impressionist, and pool player.

Both ornery and fun loving, he enjoyed watching ballgames of the Blue Jackets, OSU Buckeyes, and New England Patriots. A passionate coon hunter, he also enjoyed bowling, camping, and Monday night holiday poker games.

Charles was generous and witty too. He treasured time spent with his family, most especially his grandchildren. The work of his community service will long be remembered, just as his charm.

In addition to his beloved wife Amelia Ann, he is also survived by son Craig (Angela) Hall of Galena, daughter Carol (Randy) Hughes of Sunbury; 6 grandchildren: Duke, Courtney, Nathaniel, Cortney, Laura, Emily; 3 great-grandchildren: Korben, Riley, Alex, and brother James (JoEllen) Rogers of Galena.

Friends may call from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday at the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Dr. at W. William St., Delaware where services celebrating the life of Charles Hall will be held 11:00 a.m. on Friday. Burial will follow in Cheshire Cemetery with military honors.

Memorial contributions can be made to Ohio Health Hospice.

Condolences may be expressed at www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

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  • Amelia Ann & Family;
    So sorry for your loss. Charlie was a great guy & a good Friend.
    We have many good memories
    Jim Wise.

  • Amelia Ann, I’d like to say how much you both mean to me and my family. All of those years growing up across and the nextdoor to you. Charlie was a special person. I have so many fond memories of him. He was so good to us when we were kids. I remember Charlie playing basketball and football with us and making us laugh so hard. I remember Charlie taking Craig and myself to do the chores at the Le Veque farm although Craig might tell you that I didn’t do much of the work… lol. I think Charlie was the one that gave me my Nick name (Slim). He called me Slim because I was a chubby kid and I always wanted to be Slim. May God Be With You Amelia Ann, Craig & Carol. Ask for Him to comfort you in your time of mourning. I love you all! Slim aka Tim Stepp & Wife Barb Stepp

  • To the Hall family: so many good memories with all of you! Such a good man lost but leaves a great family behind! Continue to cherish and remember all the good times. Our thoughts and prayers are being sent to you. The DeSloover (Yarnell) family

  • So sorry for your loss. We’re keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers . Dan and Patti Gladman

  • So sorry for your loss. He was a wonderful man and he holds a special place in my heart. Sending you prayers and hugs.

    Heather and Erik Overly

  • Carol and Family,
    So sorry to hear of the loss of your father. Hope your memories will help ease you pain.
    Sending prayers.

  • Carol and Family,
    So sorry to hear of the loss of your father. Treasure the memories and always have your father in your thoughts. Each day will get a little easier but not totally forgotten of the loss of your beloved father.
    Sending prayers.

  • Carol & family,
    I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. May your many fond memories give you comfort and peace, you are in my thoughts and prayers

  • Carol and Family,
    So sorry to hear of your loss. Treasure your memories as they will be with you forever and his love will always be in your heart. Thoughts and Prayers are will you during this difficult time. May you find peace in knowing he is now free of pain and worry and will be looking down on you guiding your way.

  • Sending hugs and prayers to you and your entire family Carol. May you feel God’s peace and strength and carry the love and laughter of your father with you always. Love you dearly. Tammy

  • Amelia and family you are all in our thoughts. Every time I go up the driveway to the house Charlie built for our family, I marvel at how he got it done with the constraints we put on him.28 years and we haven’t managed to knock it down yet! Bless you all.Mark and Cindy Cutler

  • Carol, we are so sorry for your loss. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. Respectfully, Keith Shrider and Family

  • So sorry to learn of Charlie’s passing. Sure will miss seeing him around. He was an avid basketball and baseball player and fan for life. Orange School was a better place for his many years there. Charles joins the team of other Orange (Trojans) up in heaven, and just imagine with that new perfect body that 2nd. place state championship now becomes that elusive title. Amelia and family,along with brother (Jim) condolences to all.

  • Amelia and Family, I am so sorry for your loss. Charlie was a “staple” in the Orange and Berlin communities and we will miss seeing him out and about. He has left all of us with many special memories. Am sure he was “with the Patriots” Sunday. May the Lord give you comfort and strength during this difficult time.
    Alice Graham

  • Life is always too short! Keep all your memories and family close .
    Terry Smothers Cooperider

  • Amelia,
    You and Charlie were always so warm and kind to Bonnie and I. I have such good memories from Charlie building our home to him talking me into Berlin Township service. I think those poker games were fixed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
    Bonnie and Jerry

  • Amelia, so sorry to hear of Charlie’s passing. Bob and I send our prayers to you and the family.

  • Dear Amelia, Craig and family,
    Our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved Charlie. A wonderful community neighbor for many many years, those were the days. Such a terrific legacy of love for his family, church, friends, community and work ethics. His “special” trait was choosing his friends so that they could become his extended family. The community mourns with all of you.

    God be with you..

  • How the years have flown by since we were all at Orange High School. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Amelia, Craig, and Family,
    The entire Haxton clan will certainly hold a cherished place in our hearts and memories of Charlie, and the entire Hall family as we thank you for your friendship and for your love through all the years.

    Our sympathies and condolences to you all.
    We know we will see all those great Orange alumni again soon!

    Our love,
    The Haxton family

  • Amelia Ann & family, I wanted to let you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. It has been years and years (decades and decades) since I left Lewis Center Road but have great memories of “Charlie and Amelia Ann” Thank you so much for being such great people to grow up around.
    I will never forget those football games with Charlie! Wishing you well and praying for you.
    Ron Conley

  • Amelia and family,

    Patty and I are so sorry to hear of Charlie’s passing. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Keeping you and your family in our prayers. Cheshire Market Ernie

  • I am truly sorry for your loss. I hope you find comfort in the scripture at Acts 24:15. This is what our God Jehovah promises for us all. And we can look forward to what is written in Psalm 37:9-11 and 29.

  • Amelia Ann, Craig and Carol,
    I was so sad to hear of Charlie’s passing. He was always kind to me. He never did pass up an opportunity to throw in an ornery comment when needed!
    I will keep all of you in my prayers. He will be greatly missed by so many.

  • Amelia & family , Sorry of the loss of Charlie. He was a well like person. He will be missed by many people. – William M Loop Jr. & Patricia Walker

  • Amelia, Craig & Carol,
    Very sorry to hear about your loss. Our hearts go out to you and your families.
    David & Debbie Peterson

  • Carol,
    Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you .
    Russ Welty and Welty Financial Services

  • God Bless/RIP. A heartfelt Thank YOU, Charlie for your service in The United States Army,serving in Germany during The Korean War…. And Semper Fi. Soldier.

    Interment, With Military Honors.

  • My Uncle Charlie, one of the kindest men I’ve ever known. You have left such deep and loving memories for so many of us. Knowing you are very much at peace and supposing you found mother May and uncle Bud there and are reconnecting in the most important ways.

  • I have fond memories of Charlie when I was a child. He would come and visit my dad Earl quite often with Jim and the laughter was contagious. They had tears in their eyes from laughing so much. I thought to myself, I hope I have a friend like that one day. He’s a very kind man who will be missed and I will not forget him. My condolences to all.

  • My recollection of Charlie was when we played baseball against him in school and with him during summers. Brought back memories of those happy days. Having known Charlie as a good friend during those days, I’m sure he will be missed. May he rest in peace. and may the family receive comfort in this difficult time.
    Sincerely,
    Normand Townley of Sunbury and Big Walnut Class of 1951.

  • Amelia Ann,
    Dick and I are very sorry for your loss. We enjoyed playing cards with Charlie. His humor and intelligence certainly showed up during these fun times. We will miss him.
    Love you,
    Dick and Ann Henderson

  • Dear Amelia and family,
    We were so sad to hear of Charlie’s passing. He was a great man, a wonderful storyteller, a fun neighbor and like a second grandpa to our son Hayden. We were so blessed to have you guys as neighbors. We are praying for your family and will always hold Charlie and you close in our memories.
    Love,
    Dave, Lori, and Hayden Hoffman
    Buddy and Gunner too! 🐾