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Charles "Parker" Hall, Jr.
March 21, 1961 ~ December 13, 2023 (age 62) 62 Years Old
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It is with heavy hearts to announce the passing of Parker Hall Jr., a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. Parker passed away peacefully in his home in the presence of his loving wife Karla in Sharptown after fighting a courageous battle with ALS.
Parker was born March 21, 1961 to Charles P. Hall Sr. and Margaret Faye Hall (Massey) of Alloway, NJ. He graduated Woodstown High School in 1979 and went to work at Mannington Mills. His love of the Dallas Cowboys started at age 10. He was a “Die Hard” fan and even with a whole lot of bantering from family and friends, he still stayed true to the blue. His extreme competitiveness started when he became the Quarterback of the Alloway Elementary football team and pitcher of the baseball team. His “Alloway Boys” always had his back. As “The Music Man,” Parker’s love of music was indescribable. His favorite artists include Eagles (the band, NOT the team) and Hank Williams Jr.(Bocephus). While camping, he was always the “DJ” and loved taking it easy around campfires with family and friends listening and singing songs like “Family Tradition.” Miller Lite was Parker’s beverage of choice as they all sang and reminisced the good days. He just loved his 1971 Chevelle Super Sport with the cragar wheels. He loved taking yearly trips down south to visit family and spend time in the Smoky Mountains. His unique laugh was always recognizable. Parker was a devoted father and grandfather whose unwavering dedication to his two daughters and two grandsons defined his life. He is survived by his best friend and wife, Karla Hall (Hunt); his brother, Michael (Lisa) Hall of Pennsville, NJ; his two daughters, Katelyn (Kevin) Samuels and Jessica (Dylan) Rush, both of Mannington, NJ; two grandsons, Drake Parker Rush and Kaden Blake Samuels; his three stepchildren, Michael Coles, Brian (Jessie) Coles and Billy (Heather) Coles; his six step grandchildren and multiple beloved nieces and nephews. Parker is also survived by his three best friends, Brent Myers, Wayne Chapman, and Pat Galloway who he called his "other brothers." In addition to his parents, he is predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Girtha and Weaver Massey and his paternal grandparents, Effie and Bert Hall; and his friend, Bradley Loveland who Parker called his "other brother."
To honor Parker’s wishes there will be no funeral services. Donations can be made in memory of Parker to Alloway Township Veterans Association 95 Timberman Road Woodstown NJ, 08098, Quinton United Methodist Church East Main Street Quinton, NJ 08072, or The ALS Association 1300 Wilson Boulevard Suite 600 Arlington, VA 22209