Randal (Randy) Hall

January 16, 1952February 23, 2020 – (age 68)

Randal (Randy) Hall, 68 of Malad, Idaho passed away on February 23, 2020. He was born on Jan 16, 1952 in Ogden, Utah to Kay Winston Hall and Carol Dean Gleed Hall.

He grew up in Malad, Downey, and Inkom areas. He graduated from Marsh Valley High School in 1970.

He married Kathy Wheeler Smith. From this union they had two children Dennis and Kelli.  They later divorced.

In 1984 Randy went to work for Thiokol in Promontory Point, Utah where he worked up until his retirement in 2011.

While working at Thiokol he met the love of his life Cathy M. Hubner. They married in December of 1986. She brought to this marriage two children (Chris and Chloe). In 1999 Randy and Cathy adopted Kaila M. Hall.

Randy loved the outdoors fishing the salmon river, hunting his secret hunting spot (No Tell em’ Creek) and spending time with family and friends.

All who knew Randy, knew he was always loving and was always there give a helping hand.

Randy is survived by his wife of 33 years Cathy Hall and their fur baby Jade, 5 children Dennis (Tracy) Hall, Kelli (Eric) Holbrook, Chris (April) Hall, Chloe (John) Deschamps, Kaila (Zac) Hall, 8 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren and 1 on the way, 2 brothers Dennis (Lana) Hall, Brad (Denice) Hall, 6 sisters Christina Pfiefer, Gina Otteson, Cindy Gleed, Sheila Hall, Andrea Hall, Jackie (John) Pechin and many nieces and nephews.

Randy was proceeded in death by his father Kay Hall, mother Carol Gleed Hall, brother Greg Hall, sister Tawnya Hall, niece Tina Vallez  and brother-in-law Kerry Otteson.

Per Randy’s wishes  No Services will be held.

Condolences and memories may be shared with the family at horsleyfuneralhome.com


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