Richard Donald Percy Hall was born on February 9, 1923 at Earl Grey Saskatchewan, the third child of Percy and Myrtle (Lynn) Hall.In 1932, along with his parents and three sisters they packed up and left the dust bowl in the south to move north to Moosedale. They settled on the SE-4-49-10-W2.
Richard farmed with his dad until Percy’s passing in 1968. He continued to farm until he retired in 1985.
Richard was a very strong man. If he said “oops” you knew he had broken something.
In the late 70’s he purchased a camper. He along with his sisters Phyllis and Margaret and Norman McDonald did some travelling. They went to the Black Hills and British Columbia. They spent many hours at Tobin Lake fishing.
After retiring from farming he turned to gardening and picking countless pails of various berries. He and Phyllis spent hours hooking rugs, which they gave to all the nieces and nephews, until his eyesight started to fail.
In 2009 Richard and Phyllis moved to town. He continued to garden and took over tending flowers for Phyllis. He walked many miles around town, wearing out two canes.
When both Phyllis and Margaret were in the nursing home he faithfully walked to visit them every day.
In 2016 Richard moved into Pasquia Place. In May 2018 he made the decision to go into the nursing home.
Richard passed away peacefully in his sleep.
Richard is predeceased by his mother Myrtle, father Percy, sisters Phyllis and Margaret and brothers in law Norman McDonald and
He will be deeply missed by his sister Dorothy Prime, three nephews and two nieces.