William Hall Obituary, Death – William Alan Hall, MD passed away on January 16, 2023 at his residence in Wagoner, Oklahoma. He was a physician. He had reached the age of 70. On October 21, 1952, in the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, he was brought into the world by his parents, George Warren Hall and Virginia Nesbitt Hall. Donna Lynn Hall was his bride on their wedding day, which took place on January 15, 2005. (Manning). They will be celebrating their 18th wedding anniversary this year.
William graduated from East Central High School in 1970 and received his diploma. His graduation from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine took place in June of 1977. After receiving his degree, he moved to Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and established a general practice serving families. He gave up his private practice to work in the hospital’s emergency room instead. Over the next 40 years, he worked in a variety of emergency rooms, including the one at Wagoner Community Hospital, where he was employed for a total of 16 years.
He was a member of the Tsa-La-Gi Yacht Club, and one of his favorite things to do there was compete in sailboat races. He spent the better part of his life as a participant in the Oil Capital Rod & Gun Club. Archery was another sport that he was highly interested in competing in. Over the course of his life, he has pursued a wide variety of interests and pastimes, including, but not limited to, making ceramics, photographs, music, scuba diving, fly fishing, woodworking, welding, and keeping bees.
He had a passion for animals of all types and did his best to look after them, including Clydesdale horses. He took great pleasure in showering affection and attention on his friends, family, and the living things in his environment, so ensuring that they led the happiest lives imaginable. His first wife, Gail Mack-Hall, as well as his mother and father, Virginia and George Hall, all passed away before he did.
His family includes his wife Donna, daughters Amy Cook, Mindy Barton, and Whitney Stamps; grandchildren Zadie Norman, Kylan Barton, Ryker Cook, and Maverick Hall; great-grandchildren Wrenleigh Norman and Ledger Taylor; brother Warren Hall and wife Treva of McGregor, Texas; nieces Kelly McKelvie and husband Michael of Spring, Texas and their children Karis, Karsten, and George; and Kendra Cowell and husband Jared of Fayetteville, Arkansas and their There will be a memorial ceremony held on the 25th of January, 2023 at the First United Methodist Church in Wagoner, Oklahoma.
The service will begin at 10 in the morning.
Donations to the American Friends Service Committee (AFSP.org) can be made in lieu of flowers.