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Edward C Hall, II

February 13, 2022

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Edward Childs Hall II – a.k.a. Grampa Ed – passed away peacefully in his sleep on February 13, 2022 at the age of 86. He spent his last days surrounded by his loving family sharing stories, laughs, tears, and his final wish – take care of each other or I’ll haunt you.
Ed started his life in a triple decker in Quincy, before moving to Milton with his parents Marshall and Katherine, and sister Noreen Papatheodorou and Marshall Hall whom he is predeceased by. He is survived by his girlfriend of 63 years, Janet Duggan Hall who he married in 1958 and built a house together in Hingham where they raised four children and continue to live. He is survived by his favorite oldest son, Edward Childs, III (Ned) and his wife Annie of Wellesley, his favorite daughter, Sheila O’Neil, of Hingham, his favorite blue-eyed son, Mark Hall, of Boston and his favorite youngest son, Gregory Hall and wife Alex, of Wrentham.

His favorite pastime was telling you all about his amazing grandchildren: Ted Hall and wife Ashley, Jack Hall and wife Abby, Kate Hall, Kiernan O’Neil and wife Corinne, Liam O’Neil, Alannah O’Neil and fiancé Brian Alexander, Rory Hall, Quentin Hall and two great grandchildren Hayden and Piper Hall.

A graduate of Thayer Academy and Babson College, he spent 41 years at The New England moving up the ranks to Senior Officer but he will always remind you that all that matters is family. To the family. Funeral mass will be Friday, February 18th at 11 AM at Resurrection Parish in Hingham. In lieu of flowers please donate to Horizons for Homeless Children 1785 Columbus Ave Roxbury.


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