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Reginald Anthony Hall
January 18, 1975 ~ September 6, 2023 (age 48) 48 Years Old
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Reginald Anthony Hall, affectionately known as Reggie, was born on January 18, 1975, in McKeesport, PA. He was the son of Louis Hall and Wanda Hardy. Reggie was lovingly raised by his grandparents; George and Mabel Hall, whom he affectionately called mom and dad.
Reginald was a graduate of McKeesport Senior High School. He would later hold jobs in the food service industry. Reggie enjoyed listening to rap music and playing video games. He also loved collecting the newest sneakers. He enjoyed a good party and spending time with friends. He loved his children and was overjoyed about being a grandfather. He loved spending time with his grandsons and helping them with their homework. Reggie loved sports; he played baseball as a child and enjoyed watching his grandsons play baseball and football. Reggie was a Steelers superfan and loved cheering for his favorite team on Sundays. Reggie was a great friend and was well-known and loved by many.
Reginald departed this life on September 6, 2023. He was preceded in death by his, father, Louis Hall, and grandparents George and Mable Hall.
Reginald is survived by his daughter, Champayne Bray; son, Koree Minnie; grandsons, Shariff Stowe, Jaden Dungee, and Koree Minnie Jr.; siblings, Laura Hardy, Wanda Pettijohn II, Alton Pettijohn, Mandisa Autry, and Shaina Stevens. Reggie is also survived by his aunts, Phyllis Bender and Beverly Hall Simmons with whom he shared a close and special relationship. Reggie fondly called them both his sisters.
In addition to those named above, Reggie is survived by aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and a host of extended family and friends.