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Vincent Hall

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Aspen, CO Colorado

Vincent John Hall was born in Liverpool, England, on April 9,1953, the first son of six children to Lily and Donnie Hall. He died at his home in Snowmass Village on Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2008.

Vincent was an Air Force brat with a father from Sanford, N.C., and mother from Liverpool. During his lifetime Vincent lived in Liverpool, London, Texas, Virginia, Paris, Washington, D.C., and North Carolina. He moved to the Aspen-Snowmass area in the mid-1970s and immediately fell in love with this beautiful area, the likes of which he had never seen, and where he spent the rest of his life.

Vincent celebrated life ” he loved to ski, fly fish, hunt, travel and explore the world. He enjoyed collecting stamps and coins, and he was an expert on the history of the world, especially the military.

He is survived by his beloved wife, Patty, whom he married in 1994, and loyal dog, Shiloh. He is also survived by his three sisters, Lorraine Hansen of Knoxville, Tenn.; Veronica Malikian of Aspen and Knoxville; and Maria Shields from Falls Church, Va.; his brother, Carl Hall, of Snowmass Village and Xenia, Ohio; and many nieces and nephews: Michael Beatty, Christopher Beatty, Shannon Green, Lawrence Shields, Danielle Martin, Ashli Slesinger-Hall, Alec Slesinger-Hall and Chase Slesinger-Hall. He is preceded in death by his parents, Lily and Donnie Hall, brother Michael A. Hall from Charlotte, N.C., and his dog, Harlow.

Please join Vincent’s family and friends in celebrating his life at the Crestwood Lodge Terrace Room in Snowmass Village on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008, at 6 p.m. Please bring any pictures or stories that you may have of Vincent to share. For questions, please call Carl Hall at (937) 269-4170 or (937) 269-4180.


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