Marshall K. Hall of Pinebluff passed away on Wednesday, November 11, 2020, at Peak Resource-Pinelake at the age of 86.
Marshall was born in Aurora on June 24, 1934, to the late William Riley and Gertha Kirman Hall.
Before joining the Air Force, he obtained his private pilot’s license and worked with Pamlico Flying Services. After 20 years of service as a U.S. Airforce Master Sargent. Marshall proudly served in Vietnam, working on B-52s as well as working on and flying B-22’s as a tail gunner. During his service, he earned many medals to include the Distinguishing Flying Cross and the air medal with eight oak leaf clusters. After retiring, Marshall bought an interest in Mt. Olive AirPort operations working on and flying airplanes.
Along with his interest in his business, he also work for Pinehurst Airline as a mechanic and Director of Quality Control, General Aviation of Greenville, TN as a station manager, Atlantic Aviation in Greenville, SC as chief inspector, FLA Express Airlines, and Lockheed Martin as an aircraft inspector. For his extra care and safety, the FAA recognized his for flying safely for 60 years.
Along with his parents, Marshall was preceded in death by his wife, Wilma L. Hall; brothers, James, Rodney, and Benjamin Hall; his sisters, Girtha Wyatt, Frances Skogan, and Clara Hall.
He leaves behind his children, Debbie Hall Bowman, Marshall, Jr., David Hall, Mike Davis, and Tim Davis.
A private memorial service will be held at Crumpler Funeral Home in Aberdeen.
Care of the family is entrusted to Crumpler Funeral Home of Aberdeen.