David Hall

8.3.1951 – 10.11.2011

David’s race  is over; he has won the victory and is now taking the first break he’s had in  over 60 years.  We are celebrating  his life through our tears and remembering a life full of joy and service.

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David spent his life living for others  following the example of his Lord Jesus Christ.  He believed that we are here for each  other and that the highest calling a man can have is to lay down his life for  his friends.  David laid down his  life everyday putting himself second; believing that while we were all created  equal, we each have unique ways in which we can be Jesus to this  world.

Over the last 15 years, David’s heart  broke for the men and women of our military, law enforcement and first  responders.  David believed that  each person has a duty to live and that he could best dispense his duty by  giving final honors to those who have literally laid down their lives for  others.  As the Belladier, David  honored thousands of US servicemen and women, Firefighters and Police  Officers.  At each service with each  note reverberating from the Bell, David did what he could with what he was  given.

In a Memorial  Day Speech in 1884, Supreme Court Justice, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. said  this…

I think that, as life is action and  passion, it is required of a man that he should share the passion and action of  his time at peril of being judged not to have lived.

David lived  his life sharing in the passion and action of his time and has changed this  world in a thousand unknown ways.  His life will reverberate like the sound of his bell throughout the years  to come being heard by those who knew him and by many of those who didn’t.

We will miss  his humor, his smile and his letters.   We will miss his stories, his  handshake and the way he answered the phone.  We are grateful for the life he poured  into all of us and for the sense of urgency with which he dispense his duty to  live.

We appreciate  your prayers.


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