Justin Robert Hall

April 20, 1994 ‒ May 18, 2017

Marion, Ohio

On May 18, 2017 we lost our loving son, grandson, brother, uncle and friend to a courageous and strong-willed battle to cancer.  Justin Robert Hall passed away peacefully surrounded by his family at the young age of 23.

Justin was born in Marion, Ohio on April 20, 1994 to Jamie H. Hall and Bobbi Jo Huffman.  Justin’s larger than life personality coupled with his positive, always smiling, nature made him irresistible to everyone, especially his nephew, Bentley, who he loved as his own.

Justin was a lifelong Marion resident attending the Marion City Schools and later graduating from The Rushmore Academy in 2012.  After graduation, Justin was employed at various companies finally finding his calling at The Goodwill Industries helping those in need. While working at Goodwill, Justin made lasting friendships and touched the lives of many.

Justin had an unwavering faith in God and his Savior.  Justin regularly attended Family Life Church and had a deep appreciation for his church family.  He enjoyed talking to the congregation’s leadership who helped him understand his growing relationship with the Lord.

Justin will be deeply missed by his mother, Bobbi J. (Jeff Blevins)Huffman; father, Jamie H. Hall; sisters, Samantha J. Huffman and Lindsy Hall; and grandparents, Debbie Cook, Sharon Huffman, Betty Blevins, Happy and Kay Hall, and Kurt Price.  He will also be missed by family members, Dustin Blevins, John Minnich, Hayden Hamilton, Shawn Blevins, Savannah Blevins, Serenity Blevins, Brittany Saunders, Paige Cobb, Madison Caudill, Lisa Miller, and Stephanie and Scott Mills.

Justin was preceded in death by infant sister, Shannon; brother, Jamie H. Hall II and grandfather, Robert D. Huffman.

Visitation will be held at Family Life Church, 2209 Marion-Waldo Rd., Tuesday, May 30, 2017 from 3 pm until a 5 pm funeral service officiated by Pastor Jason Kwast.

Memorial donation may be made in Justin’s honor to Snyder Funeral Homes.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Marion are honored to serve Justin’s family.  Online condolences and memories may be expressed by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • My sincere condolences to the family for your loss. May the promises in God’s word provide you with comfort and strength during this most difficult time. John 5:28-29

  • Bobbi and Family:

    Im glad I got to meet you and your family in the short time I lived in Marion. I was also glad to be part of Justins Celebration of Life party last year. Whenever I saw him he had a smile on his face no matter what the situation was. He was a fighter and was loved and liked by many. You are an awesome mom and a fighter yourself. God did get another angel, but I believe our loved ones even though they are in Heaven can still see us and in spirit are with us. God is good, God is Almighty, God is Awesome and God will get us through anything.

  • Jamie,Bobbie,Kay, Hap, and family,
    So sorry for your loss ! I can only imagine what it would be like to lose a child or a grandchild . You are in our prayers . Larry and Janet Huffman

  • You will forever live in the hearts of many. Your courageous battle touched the lives of many. May God provide comfort to your family. Your memories will always be cherished.

  • please accept our deepest condolences in the loss of your dear grandson, Happy and Kay…….God bless your sweet family, he’s at rest now. God bless you. Much love, William and Paula Sannon

  • May God be with u all for strength in this time of need,Justin was a happy go lucky young man that always said I’ll beat this,with a smile on his face… no more struggling,no more pain…just Rip as u go be with u brother…RIH JUSTIN HALL.

  • May God be with u all for strength in this time of need,Justin was a happy go lucky young man that always said I’ll beat this,with a smile on his face… no more struggling,no more pain…just Rip as u go be with ur brother…RIH JUSTIN HALL.

  • It doesnt seem real when I see.pics of your smiling face. I know we were not close but you were.an amazing person and my grandson, your nephew Bentley loves you so much. You were in inspiration to so many people. RIH sweet Angel. We will always remember you.

  • So sorry for the loss of Justin. Way to young. I remember him from River Valley. I was his cook. He was a very polite young man. Last time I saw him he made a special effort to come talk to me and tell me he had graduated from Rushmore.. Im also sorry for your loss of his brother Jamie. He was always very polite also. Good kids gone way to soon. You all are in my thoughts. Karen Heffley R.V. cook.

  • So sorry to hear of Justin’s passing. He was a very special young man who left a wonderful lasting impression to everyone who knew him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this trying time.