Bruce Hall, 69, of Lancaster, PA passed away on Friday, October 23, 2020 at home. Bruce was born in Philadelphia, PA to Wayne Hall and Doris (Snyder) Hall. He was a graduate of Washington Township High School, and retired as a Land Surveyor for the City of Lancaster. Bruce enjoyed photography, shooting pool, camping on the Hill, wing nights with great friends, and a good beer. He is survived by his mother Doris, his sister Nancy DeGarmo, his three daughters Melissa Khalil (Michael), Sara Hall, and Vicky Hall, and four grandchildren. At the request of the family services will be private.
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we are so very sorry about Bruce’s passing. he will be greatly missed by our practice. Bruce was a man among men. Sincerely, Doctor Higham, Kimberly Ditzler RDH and Cheryl Mihaliak
Bruce was an awesome guy supportive of the community and was always involved. He will surely be missed.
bruce was one of my best friends he took me on tours of the piney woods numerous times as i am a “city slicker”i misss his spontaneous wit and his keen eye in for things in nature,and he could fix just about anything i miss him very much my condolences to his family and friends at his loss may he rest in peace
Sorry to his family he spoke often of y’all, Very sad to loose such a good friend, I will dearly miss wing nights followed by wheel of fortune and jeopardy. He and I got a kick out of our questionable sense of humor that made Liam call us sick tickets. He will be dearly missed. Now from Liam he dont have fb….
My heart is aching at the loss of my best friend, campsite mate at lost boys, my sincere condolences to Nancy, Sarah and Vicky, and Melissa. I also have alot of sympatahy to the many friends who are feeling the same loss.
I didn’t know. It is early Monday morning 11/9 and I was just thinking I hadn’t heard from Bruce, so I checked Facebook. I am so very sad. Bruce was a great guy…lots of fun… a truly wonderful friend. I wish I had had the chance to see him more often especially these last few years. I had missed his quirky sense of humor and will always. Condolences to family and close friends. xxx