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Hall Jessie

Jessie Lynn Hall, age 67, of Lamar, MO passed away Thursday, August 27, 2020, at Kansas City, MO VA Medical Center.

Jessie was born August 13, 1953 in Webb City, MO to Joseph and Annie May (Crider) Hall. Jessie served in the United States Army and was stationed in Germany. He enjoyed woodworking, making squirrel feeders, fishing, bluegrass music and he used to play the banjo when he was younger.

Jessie was a machine operator while working for O'Sullivan Industries and Thorco. He had also worked for Koch Industries.

Survivors include two children, Casey Taylor of Lamar, MO and James Hall of Lamar, MO; two brothers, James Hall, Kansas City, MO and Grover Hall, Gravois Mills, MO; five grandchildren, Jessica Spelts, Bryan McCormick, Lynzi Taylor, Blake Taylor, and Carly Taylor.

Preceding Jessie in death were his wife Ada Hall; two children, Tom T. Hall and Michelle McCormick; parents, a brother Joe Hall, who died as a child; two sisters, Jo Ann Duncan and Nina Gardner; and a granddaughter, Amanda Taylor.

Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m. Monday, August 31, 2020, at Daniel Funeral Home with full Military Honors. There will be a private family burial in Olive Branch Cemetery, Milo, MO.

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#3 Lamar missouriVickie fields 2020-08-31 23:52
With my deepest sympathy and pprayers. May he RIP.
#2 lamar mopat burr 2020-08-31 18:53
I worked with Jessie at thorco. he was a very sweet man and fun to work with. Prayers for the family
#1 Nevada, MOCandi Byram 2020-08-31 14:09
I don't even know what to say, I talked to Jessie at least once a month and the conversation always began with "what are you wearing" my reply khakis and a polo, his response "that sounds hideous. We would both laugh. This man knew when my busiest day of the month was and use to bring me breakfast and and OJ, because that's the type of man he was. I promised him I would take him cat fishing when he got better. Catch some big ones and rest easy Jessie. Love you Candi Byram

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