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Michael Hall

Michael Scott Hall

May 17, 1963 - December 11, 2019
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WASHINGTON – Michael Scott Hall, 56, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Wednesday, December 11, 2019.
Born in Camden on May 17, 1963 to Albert Kenneth and Lora Eugenia “Jeannie” (Petry) Hall, he was educated in local schools and was a graduate of Camden Rockport High School.
On May 4, 1985 he married his High School sweetheart, Tina Morrison
Mike had a great ride through life with his family who he loved more than anything, and a lot of great friends.
He was a very creative man who could build anything, from the Rat Rod pickup truck that he built in memory of his father to the Maine Zombie Lobstermen comics that he wrote and drew in collaboration with his late brother Kenny. As well as the house that he and his wife Tina remodeled.
Always thinking outside of the box, Mike could always be found in his garage tinkering on old engines or on his last project of building a sawmill.
When not in the garage tinkering, Mike enjoyed watching horror movies and television programs related to homesteading, survival, car building, and documentaries on religion.
A hard worker all his life and “tough as nails”, Mike was driven to make sure his family was taken care of and for a time worked three jobs at once to support them. It was his “tough as nails” nature and mentality that sustained him through the many battles he had with his health.
Predeceased by his father and a brother Kenneth, he is survived by his mother of Lincolnville; His wife Tina and their children; Daniel Hall, and Ashley Miller and her husband Wayne all of Washington; Brothers, Lowell Hall and his partner Joni of Oakland, and Richie Hall and his wife Sheila of New Jersey; His sister in-law Margaret Hall of Lincolnville; Two grandchildren, Zachary Hendron and Isabelle Miller, and several nieces and nephews.
In keeping with Mike’s wishes there will be no formal services. A gathering of family and friends will be announced on a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Bob Gagnon Cancer Care Fund c/o Penbay Healthcare, 22 White St. Rockland ME 04841
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Jeff

Posted at 11:20am
I hardly new Mike. Actually I didn't even know his name and I don't know if he knew mine, but that didn't stop him from stopping by my locker at Fisher for a chat. He never had anything negative to say. We usually talked about gardening or one of his building projects. I will miss the times he stopped by to add something interesting to my life at the factory. I wish I had known about his Zombie comics. Sorry for your/our loss.

Richard Peek

Posted at 04:45pm
Mike was a good friend to me for many decades. Missing him a lot already.
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Randy Bryant

Posted at 04:19pm
There are no words to to express what my friendship with Mike has ment to me. It was a friendship that might not have seemed as much as one to some but for Mike and I we had a love for the same things and that bonded us. We didn’t really hang together but they times we spent having a few cold ones and talking about what we loved were always special times. Just before I left the last time I was with him he asked for a hug and told me he was glad I was his friend, something that will hold a special place in my heart till we sit and enjoy a cold one once again. You will always be with me my friend. Randy
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