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Harris Funeral Home
Sunday March 27th, 2022
4:00pm - 8:00pm

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Harris Funeral Home
Monday March 28th, 2022
11:00am - 2:00pm

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Alonzo "Bud" Hall Jr.

HALL—Alonzo Jr. “Bud,” 82, Johnstown, passed away on March 21, 2022. Born July 15, 1939, in Midway, Alabama, son of Alonzo and Anne (Williams) Hall. Preceded in death by parents; brother, Frank C. Hall, sisters, Lola Reviere, Willie Mae Seals, Odessa Hall; son, Alonzo Hall III, daughter, Nadine Lewis and nephew, Stacy Hall. Survived by wife, Loretta (Jones); children, Valerie Allen; Angela (Marvin) Shields, all of Johnstown; Charlene Hall, Houston, TX; Craig Hall; and Charles Hall, both Johnstown; 15 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild. Brother of Wilma King, Johnstown. Also survived by special nieces and nephews, Barbara, Monica, Bernette, Regina, Gary, Troy, Jesse, Glenn and John and host of other nieces, nephews, close friends and neighbors. Alonzo was a United States Marine Corps veteran who served in Vietnam and was a Purple Heart recipient. He truly loved the Marine Corps. Bud loved spending time with his friends downtown and going to the casinos. The family will receive friends from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday at Harris Funeral Home, 500 Cherry Lane, Richland, where Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday with Rev. Theodore Tisinger officiating. Interment, Benshoff Hill Cemetery with Military graveside rites by Conemaugh Valley Marine Corps League, Detachment #287. Online condolences may be posted at www.wharrisfuneralhome.com. Semper Fi.


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Lawrence Wesley Britt III Mar 28 2022 6:10 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Alonzo Hall

Tina Broche Mar 27 2022 6:48 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Alonzo Hall

Tina Broche Mar 27 2022 6:36 PM

Uncle Bud as he was afecionally known to me. He was one of my dads best friends and had always been so kind and considerate...he will be deeply missed by all...condolences to the family.....Nancy Christian Gibson and family...

Luchie Mar 27 2022 4:11 PM

I am blessed that I got to meet Mr. Bud through my brother Bubba Lou (Bill). During the 2 years of taking care of Bill, with him being in and out of the hospital Mr. Bud would often see me and ask me how Bubba was doing,
I will miss our talks, there was something about him. He has seen more and been through so much more in life than I will ever see.
He was a man of few words but the words he spoke left a good impression on me, it gave you something to think about.
He took time to speak to the mailman, who also was a marine veteran. I thank them both for their service and for my freedoms.
He looked out for his neighbors, he used to say it is about how we treat one another, that is what matters ....
We need more Mr. Bud's in the world today

Sandra Lewis Mar 26 2022 9:22 PM

Charlene, Alex and my family wish to extend of deepest condolences, sympathy and prayers to you and your family as you prepare to send your father back to his Heavenly Father. We will continue to pray for strength, comfort and peace to you as the days go by without Mr Hall. Hugs and Love to you All! Veronica Brinson. Raleigh, NC

Veronica Mar 26 2022 10:56 AM

Pastor Shannon Oliver, Lora Kinner-Oliver, Isaac Roberson and entire Calvary Missionary Baptist Church Family of Houston send our condolences, sympathy and prayers to the entire Hall Family and friends, especially to our great Friend and Sister in Christ Charlene Hall whom we love dearly. Please know we love you and we are praying for you during this time of sorrow We stand ready to assist in any way should you needs us.
There is no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. Love, peace and blessings. 🙏🏾♥️✝️

Sis. Lora Kinner-Oliver Mar 24 2022 8:46 PM

The Entire Britt Families are In Sympathy/ Condolence with the Alonzo Hall Families. "Bud" was a WAR~Hero Viet-Naim. He, coin the Famous Quote: Heroes don't just happen, "THEY WORK OFF OF INSTINCT(S)." Bud & His Brother Frank were Truly Great men. Very Honorable, to say The Least. May the rest in Heaven & Catch up with all the love ones who went before them. Reunion in Heaven With Mrs. Odessa , Mr. Charlie Simeon: saying How is EveryBody . Welcoming Them All into the Kingdom of Jesus Christ. Amen Lord. *** I'm just Glad I had the Pleasure of Knowing The Whole Family. Has been Awesome. We, Blessed & Will be Praying for the Families. Keep the Faith. Especially; in the Day's Ahead.

Benny Britt Mar 23 2022 8:31 PM