Stephen (Steve) Leslie Hall

October 5, 2017 29 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

November 4, 1947 – September 30, 2017

On September 30, 2017, Stephen passed away peacefully at his home with his sons at his side at the age of 69. He is survived by his loving sons Shane and Donovan, his siblings; Catherine, David, Gerald (Gerry), Shirley, Deborah (Debbie), Susan (Susie), Philip (Phil), James (Jimmy) his grandchildren Aleisha, Sierra and Keenan as well as many nieces and nephews; Bruce, Jillian (Jill), Dennis, Katelyn, Damien, Jennifer, Darcy, Megan and Jesse. Stephen was pre-deceased by his son Kelly, brothers Raymond (Ray) and Richard (Ritchie), Jimmy (Jim) and mother Carol. He will be sadly missed but warmly remembered.

A celebration of his life will be held on Friday, October 20 at 2:00 p.m. at Trinity Funeral Home, 10530 - 116 st, Edmonton Alberta where refreshments will be served and memories will be shared. All guests are welcome to join the family after the service at Pub 1905 (a favourite meeting place for Steve, his sons, family and friends for over 20 years) located at 10525 Jasper Avenue for a glass of wine, chicken wings and to share stories of his life.

  1. Jim and I send our sincere condolences to Shane and Donovan and all of Stephen’s family members. Stephen has been a loyal friend of ours for over 45 years. We have shared many moments and Stephen will forever be in our hearts and memories. We know that the memories of Stephen will live on in the hearts and lives of his sons, their family members and all of the Hall family.
    Grayce and Jim Edwards

  2. Thank you Stephen for being our friend. We only wish it could have been for a little longer! Our most sincere condolences to the family.

    • I am so thankful for the chance to finally have the relationship, friendship that was so needed. Love you so much! Debbie

  3. It is with great sadness to hear of Stephens passing. Our deepest condolences to you both Shane and Donovan and the rest of the family. This is a very hard time for you both. Our thoughts and prayers are with you both. Sincerely Gary & Roseanne Hope

  4. It is with great sadness to hear of Stephens death. Our deepest condolences to you both Shane and Donavan and family’s. This is an extremely hard time for you both. Our thoughts and prayers are with you both. Rest in peace Stephen. Until we meet again ?✈️
    Sincerely Gary & Roseanne Hope.

  5. We knew Steve since he was a teenager when Vic helped him put a 392 Hemi in his 57 Dodge. Our many years of great times with him always revolved around cars of some sort. Every visit in the last several years was filled with fun, laughs and memories. He hosted reunions of our 60’s race team from old Speedway Park until about the 50th anniversary. We will forever hold him dear in our hearts. A great man and even better friend. We’ll miss you Steve.

    Vic & Pat Porcher

  6. 55 years is a long time to remember a teenage love, a marriage, 3 baby boys, a divorce, the death of our son, a renewed friendship, a new friend Mike who welcomed you openly and shared our sons with love. Steve you will be remembered always and before you passed
    We made each other a promise that I will forever
    watch over Shane & Donovan and You will forever watch over Kelly ? EVERYONE knows I BELIEVE in Angels so I know you and Kelly are now together watching over us all.
    Shane, Kelly and Donovan worshiped you and
    you were a wonderful dad. So proud of the Love and Loyalty they have shared with us and everyone they know. We raised three amazing sons. Aleisha, Sierra & Keenan loved you so much and will always love and remember their Grandpa. Sierra is so happy you can now walk again in heaven and when the bell rings you will
    be able to get your Angel wings and FLY.
    You will always be missed and remembered.
    Your Brave decision we know was not for you alone. Rest In Peace Dear Stephen Leslie Hall
    Deanna & Mike Ernst

  7. Well said Deanna!

  8. Our deepest condolences to Steve’s family. May his memory be a blessing.

  9. So sorry to hear of Steves passing. He was a good friend and co-worker. My condolences to family and friends.

  10. Deepest sympathy to all of Stephen’s family and friends. He was and always will be an important part of your lives. Treasure the memories.

  11. My deepest sympathy to Stephen’s family. He was and will continue to be an important part of your lives. Treasure the memories.

  12. Steve lived his life with courage and had such great love for family. His sunny smile will always be with us.

  13. Deepest condolences from all of us to all of you. Rest in peace Steve. You will be missed. Until we meet again, Zena.

    I,m very sorry that I will not be able to attend the services planned for Steves passing.
    During this last summer we shared many moments together at the monthly dinner meetings.
    Having come from a past of experiences with his illness I must say I was very impressed with the
    way he was accepting it . In relation to the years together in (ATC) I just happened to be the teacher
    in school and supervisor at work shifts , he was among the best !! Again I’m sorry but my wife and I leave for our winter residence prior to that sad date…..

    • Thank you Patrick (Pat) Catherine

  15. The Hall Family,
    Douglas (Carol) Lee, Christy-Ann Lee, Shaina Lee and families; send our most thoughtful condolences.
    Our mother Monica Jacqueline Anne Lee (nee: Hall) – passed away on October 26, 2016 with family by her side
    We are thinking of you as you reminisce the life and love that belongs to Stephen

  16. Memories ……It is all I have,which have been wonderful.I remember the wonderful times on
    our vacations we took to Palm Springs[7 times],to Phoniex, to Thailand .These will
    always be the most wonderful times we spent.I cherish all these times and most of all
    I was welcomed into their family for the past 42 years. thank you may you Rest in Peace.
    Your brother Larry {lawrence]

  17. We are so sad to hear of Steve’s passing. His battle with his illness was courageous and we are grateful we got to spend great times with Steve, Donovan, Shane, Dee, Mike and all the grandchildren as well as extended family sharing their love. When I was a child you were Uncle Steve and I know your sons have always loved and respected you dearly. You will be missed and our condolences go out to all of your family and friends. Wishing you wings on your feet and Godspeed on your journey. Peace & Light, Shelley & Stephane, Ron, Arlene

  18. Darlene and I wish to express our deepest sympathies to Shane, Donovan, Stephen’s extended family and his numerous friends. I will always cherish the great memories I have of Stephen. Our relationship evolved over time from him being my Uncle to being a good friend. I take comfort in knowing that he is in a better place.
    Love you all,
    Bruce and Darlene Hall

  19. When you can say a friendship goes back fifty years you realize it is not something many have. So many fond memories of our times together watching our children grow up. The Hall boys were good friends of the Roberts girls. Thinking of the times at Shandy Cove,our farm,ski trips to the mountains, also you coming to Arizona to visit us and of course Roger and Stephen going to the Drags and golfing together.
    Stephen we are sad your time was too short on this earth, you will be fondly remembered and sadly missed.

  20. I was saddened to hear about Steven. He was a great guy, who welcomed me into the Trego/Hall/Hanson extended family. That smile, that laugh, that twinkle in the eye – will be remembered and missed. Big hugs to all of his family.

  21. When you can say a friendship goes back fifty years you realize it is not something many can have. So many fond memories of our time together watching our children
    grow up. Thinking of our times at Shandy Cove, our farm and of ski trips to the mountains. Also coming to Arizona to visit us and Roger and Stephen golfing and the Drags. Stephen, we are sad your time was too short on this earth. You will be fondly remembered and sadly missed.

  22. When I first saw Stephen, it was at all the oiler games. He sat in front of my husband Bill and myself. I remember thinking what a nice man , nice looking too. I believe the next time we ran into each other was at a New Years party with a lot of the old bands. I stopped him and asked where we new each other from. He laughed and told me , that was a great pickup line. I eventually figured it out and my memory took me back to the hockey arena. We had a good laugh.These are some of the memories that I think about. Catherine his sister and I worked together at AC, it wasn’t often, however it was always good to see him. I was very happy to see him, when the 3 of us went to Earl’s not that long ago. He will be missed but never forgotten. May the good memories stay with you and Stephen’s family at this time of sorrow

  23. Ailsa & John Kelly:

    Catherine, Deborah and Family,

    John and I send our condolences on the loss of Stephen.
    May your fond memories be a comfort to you at this sad time.

    With our sincere sympathy ,
    Ailsa & John Kelly

  24. To all the Hall family,
    Just to wish my deepest condolences.
    Always loved to see Stephen, even after Chuck passed, because Chuck also cared so much for him.
    God bless, he will be missed.
    Cathy Ziegler

  25. My deepest condolences to Stephens family.
    Always loved to visit Stephen, he had great stories and a wonderful sense of humor.
    He will surely be missed.

  26. I am deeply saddened by Steve’s passing. He was always a pleasant person and a respected co-worker.
    My condolences to Steve’s family. He will be missed

  27. Sending condolences to the Hall family….being from the same neighborhood – – we all knew everyone, whether it was thru an older sibling, or the kids your age. I met Stephen through his younger brother – – who had great admiration for his big bro….we had the best “deep” conversations, and then we’d laugh about it all….
    R.I.P. Steve – – you were a good decent man, and everyone who knew you, will miss you.
    Paddy Rose

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