Robert (Rob) Hall age 52, passed away unexpectedly in March 2022 in his home. Rob was born on February 11, 1970 in Rochester, NY. Rob is predeceased by his mother Diane Clements and father Raymond Hall. Rob is survived by his sister Tracy Hall and his beloved dog Cooper. Rob’s life was enriched by his closest friends, Dennis, Gordon, Tom, Melissa, & Jody who stood with him through thick and thin and meant the world to him. Rob was a veteran of both the United States Marine Corp and the United States Army where he proudly served our nation for a total of 23 years. Rob was an avid sailor working on getting his captain’s license.
He was an amazing freelance photographer who specialized in black and white photos and landscapes. Rob loved going to pubs and meeting new people. He loved to study people and their personalities. He was a lover gadgets and had a million of everything! Ever the boy scout he tried to always be prepared.
Boy Scout Oath or Promise:
On my honor, I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight.
Rob affected everyone he ever met, he was the best brother a little sister could ask for! He was loving, kind and dedicated to those he loved and will be missed more than he ever could know.
A celebration of his life will be held at : The Irondequoit Bay Fish and Game club July 2, 2022 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm at 658 Bay Front S. Rochester, NY 14609, with a Family Service at the Bath National Cemetery on a later date.
Donations in Robs name can be made to either servicedogs4vet.org or operationsmile.org
I love Robert, he was a great guy. He always wanted to help not just people but the world. He loved his family and friends. He loved and adored his sister Tracy! I so respected his service to his country both in the Army and Marines. He would do anything for anybody anytime. He will be missed by all who knew him!
I will love you always, Bud
I wish I had known Robert longer. I was drawn to his good heart, love of his country, dedication to friends, and love of his sister Tracy, and his family.
He was crazy in love with his pal Cooper and took the best care of that fur baby always.
He was the sort of guy you instantly liked! Robert had a huge heart, served in two branches of the military, and was loyal to his friends and family. A great guy who will be missed by all who knew him. I sure wish I had the opportunity to have known him longer.
You will be truly missed but my love for you will always be with you. I remember you when you were a wonderful young nephew. I loved your smile and hugs and kisses. Prayers that being in heaven you are with your dad and grandma Nellie. So proud of you for all your military services to United States. Love always. Aunt Roberta.
Rob is greatly missed by my wife and I. We always enjoyed talking with Rob when he and Cooper (his big red dog) were living next door to us (at Dennis’s house). Rob always greeted us with a smile and a good story. It makes me sad to think of a future without Rob.
So very sorry for your loss Tracy, and for all who grieve. Much Love & Light 🌟💛🌟💛🌟
We are now just finding out about Rob. For a few months we’ve all wondered where Rob and Cooper disappeared to and not until today we decided to google his name only to find out the devastating news on his passing. Rob and Cooper were regulars at Clutch in the Greece. We always looked forward to them coming in. Always had a cold Corona or Stella waiting for Rob, and a dog treat & basket of fries waiting for Cooper. All of us girls will miss you both tremendously and all the stories you had from your countless adventures over the years.
There’s a Corona in your spot, and a dog treat right on the floor for Cooper tonight. Rest In Peace Rob.
Love always your Clutch Girls.
I didn’t know Rob for very long but some of the most intelligent and open ended conversations I’ve had were with this wonderful man. He and Cooper would always brighten my day when ever I saw them. Kindness and respect from someone new is hard to come by and it’s because of that, I will always remember him.
Thank you for your kind words. Rob loved having those type of conversations and I will miss having them with him too. Please feel free to attend his celebration of life if you’re available.
Thank you so much for your kind words, I’m sorry you had to find out like this and appreciate that you took the time to look for Rob. Please feel free to attend his celebration of life on July 2nd if you can. We would love to meet any of Robs friends.