Frederick Hall, 75 years old, currently resided in Palm Beach Shores, Florida. He passed away Saturday, March 27, 2021, at home peacefully in his sleep due to a prolonged course of multiple health problems. Fred was born in Huntington, W. Va to Reva and Bill Hall. He spent his early years in Huntington with his mother and grandparents. He graduated from Huntington High School after having attended the Greenbriar Academy and later Marshall University. He then spent most of his life in West Jefferson, Ohio near Columbus where he met and married the love of his life, Sharon. During the last several years they lived full time on the lovely Singer Island, Florida. Fred held many satisfying jobs in primarily insurance, appraisal, and home inspection business until his retirement about 20 years ago. Fred was one of the most caring, gentle, and pleasant individuals one could meet. His memory of past events and dates was exceedingly remarkable. His love of animals especially cats was unsurpassed by any. He had a very artistic eye and ability evidenced by his artwork and models which he created. A special time in his life was devoted to restoration, driving, and car clubs involving MG classic cars, and of course, his fondness and support for the Ohio State University Buckeyes football program was legendary! Fred was preceded in death by his mother Reva in 2014. Fred is survived by his spouse Sharon. His only other surviving family members are his only cousins Gary (Sandy) Smith, Greg ( Karen) Smith, and Cindy (Brett) Epling. The family welcomes friends for Visitation on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, from 11:00 am - 12 Noon, at the RADER-McDONALD-TIDD FUNERAL HOME, 1355 W. Main Street, West Jefferson, OH, 43162, a Celebration of Life Service will immediately follow visitation at 12 Noon, with Pastor Ruth Pribe officiating. Inurnment will follow at Sunset Cemetery, Galloway, OH. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a memorial donation to the Madison County Humane Society, 2020 Plain City Georgesville Rd. NE, West Jefferson, Ohio, 43162.
Prayers of comfort for surviving family members and friends are always welcome.