September 17, 1954 ~ May 10, 2021

Born in: Joplin, Missouri
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

William Bartley “Bart” Hall, 66, passed away May 10, 2021. Survived by his loving wife, Cindy Hall; children, Jean Marie (Michael) Langford, Katie Rasmussen, Jerry Hall and Jimmy Hall; mother, Betty Hall; siblings, Kathryn Hall, Kevin (Richard) Hall, Renee Elwell, JR (Cheryl) Hall and Rob (Mary) Hall; grandchildren, Devin, Haven, Austin and Megan; many nieces and nephews especially Mary and Jessie; and fur babies, Rascal, Willie, Max and Danny. Preceded in death by grandparents, Henry and Wilma Hall and Myron and Nina Frobase; father, William H. Hall; and nephew, Jason Lynch. Bart was born Sept. 17, 1954, in Joplin, Mo., served in the U.S. Navy for 15 years, was a franchise owner of Carl’s Jr., former CEO of PGAFCU, former mayor of Florence, Colo. and volunteer Firefighter and EMT. He enjoyed fishing, cooking and family. Was a lifetime member of VFW, American Legion, DAV, NRA, Elks and Masons. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 1300 hours (1 p.m.) Thursday, May 13, 2021, at Family Worship Center, 3800 Parker Blvd. In lieu of family and flowers, memorials may be made to Family Worship Center, 3800 Parker Blvd., Pueblo, CO 81008. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

Services

Memorial Service: May 13, 2021 1:00 pm

Family Worship Center
3800 Parker Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81008

719-544-1575

View current weather.

Memories Timeline

View the Timeline

Photo Gallery

Guestbook

  1. Bart was a great neighbor, always kind and considerate. Always enjoyed talking to him, and sharing our opinions of the world, which led to some very entertaining conversations.

  2. What an amazing man to work for. Lots of laughs and memories. Condolences to Cindy and the children.
    RIP friend.

  3.       The father, the son and holy spirit live within the heart of those who believe in the resurrection. When the agony of life on earth is causing us severe trauma and pain. That is evil marching on us. The liar attacks us through our minds and body but can not use our hearts.  God will not allow it. The reason our very heart and soul feels like its breaking us, is because Christ Jesus, the holy spirit is fighting back from the fortress he built in your heart long ago. He is holding the walls. He is the commander in chief of the battle you are feeling. The loved ones who believed and are now passed are standing at the gates protecting your soul. The devil attacks you through your mind and body. THE FATHER arms you through your heart.
         It is when you FEEL the intense pain that God is reminding you that you are his and he is there. Without this pain you would be emotionally void. You would feel nothing as if dead. This is what evil wants.

    BELIEVE you are loved by Jesus Christ and all those who loved you here on earth before they went to be with him.

  4. Bart Hall was a member of our Military Breakfast Group. We meet monthly (second Tuesday of each month at 8 AM) at the Two Sisters Restaurant, in Florence, CO. Bart attended monthly until he relocated to Pueblo, CO. All of our members send their condolences to his family. He will be greatly missed by us all. RIP Bart.

  5. CandleImageSo many wonderful memories of working with you. Bart was a wonderful friend and mentor. prayers to Cindy, Jean, Katy and their families!!

  6. My condolences and prayers to Cindy and your family. Had many great times with Bart any Cindy on sunday night bowling. RIP Bart, Heaven recieved another great angel..

  7. Oh Bart…forever in my heart!! You’ve always had my deepest respect. So many awesome memories of you. You and Cindy welcomed Kenny and I in your home. We spent the afternoon laughing and reminiscing. Your laugh..I always loved your laugh! Such a wonderful father and grandfather!! You gave me the gift of my “oh so awesome” niece Bee. Such an amazing husband to Cindy. The world lost a truly wonderful soul. Until we meet again “brother”. Watch over your family as I know they will be missing you every day.

  8. Bart, you blazed trails and were always the one to call when i needed advice or help. I know you are at peace and that you are resting in His grace and mercy. That is no small comfort to know.

  9. CandleImageI will really miss you Bart. I will always remember the day you walked me down the aisle when I married Jeffrey and for all the times you helped us when we needed it. You will always be in my heart. We love 💕 you RIP Bart.

  10. Oh my heart is hurting, he was the best husband, father and friend that anyone ever knew! I was so blessed! I’ll be Loving You, Love Me! 💞

  11. Oh my heart is hurting, he was the best husband, father and friend that anyone ever knew! I was so blessed! I’ll be Loving You! 💞

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

Sign the Guestbook