Floyd B. Hall, 71, son of the late Andrew P. Hall and Ceolar Henry, was born on July 9, 1948, in McKeesport, Pennsylvania. He departed this life on June 22, 2020, and was preceded in death by Donald Hall, Terry Davis (step-brother), and stepmother Martha F. Hall.
Floyd served in the US Army and received a Purple Heart in Vietnam. He got his GED and went to Operation Dig and got accepted into the Ironworkers Union but he had to move on to different jobs. He worked for the State as a nurses’ aide at Polk State Hospital and as a prison guard at the Western Penitentiary. Floyd also attended the Bidwell Training Center and Triangle Tech as an automotive technician. He was with Linda Hale since 1970; from this union, two sons were birthed. He was always working on cars and helping the family keep their cars on the road. He loved to take his family fishing on his boat. More than anything, he loved his sons and grandkids.
Floyd is survived by his loving wife Linda A. Hall; two sons, Floyd (Chrystal) Hall, Jr., Flawzel (Gina) Hall; 9 grandchildren; 11great grandchildren; siblings, Flawzel (Barbara) Hall of McKeesport, Ronald Hall of McKeesport, Andrew Hall of North Versailles, Andrea Hall of McKeesport, Timothy (Helen) Session of Pittsburgh, Linda Smith of Buffalo, New York; host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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