Richmond- Keith Hall was a beloved father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, son, husband and friend who impacted every person he met. Whether just in passing or people he knew and loved well. Keith rose up to meet God's loving embrace on 06April2022 at the age of 68. Keith was a man who wanted nothing more than to display the love of Jesus in all of his interactions. His ability to listen, love, and show compassion were truly the greatest gifts that God bestowed on him.
Keith worked most of his adult life as a leather cutter for L.L. Bean, he also was an accomplished and very talented carpenter and handyman that never hesitated to help a neighbor, friend, or family member with home repairs and or improvements. Later in life Keith worked as a Driver's ED Instructor where he impacted the lives of hundreds if not thousands of teenagers, young adults, parents, and fellow instructors.
Keith's family and church family were his heart. He enjoyed cooking breakfast, a good cup of coffee, playing a game of dominos, cornhole, and carpentry. He loved laughter, joy, and fellowshipping with loved ones. Specifically, Keith LOVED spending time with his grandchildren whether it was re-building a rocking horse for them, creating a swing-set, or just listening to them tell him about their day. Most of all Keith loved/loves the Lord, his most cherished times were spent with his wife reading, praying and discussing the love, joy and hope that is in Jesus.
Keith's love for laughter and joy is only surpassed by his love for Jesus. He laughed hard and with a goofy smile that would cause those around him to laugh. His joy and happiness were and still are contagious to anyone who met him. He gave his ear to those needing to talk, his shoulder to those needing to cry, his hugs to those who needed love. He was a man filled with wisdom. The gentleness in which he would give advice was filled with a tremendous amount of love, grace, and humility.
Keith is survived by his wife, Charlene, of 46 years; his 3 daughters, his son, his brother, his sister, his father, his 6 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren.
There will be no service for Keith's departure but a joyful celebration of his life where his favorite praise and worship music will be played, at his former home around those he loved/loves most. For details reach out to Keith Hall on FB messenger.
For those feeling led, not obligated, to send a gift in lieu of flowers, please contact daughter Ashley on facebook @ Ashley Vermillion.