Charles E. Hall "Charlie" passed away Friday, September 17, 2021 in Greenwood. He was born January 15, 1941 in Beech Grove. He is survived by his loving wife, Jacquelyn Hall. They celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary last month. He is also survived by his son, Charles Hall II and daughter and son-in-law, Rebecca and William Edlin, grandchildren, Rachel Cory, Joshua Hall, Uriah Beasley, Obediah Beasley, Zebediah Beasley, Kaleigh (Brian) Biszantz, Jordan Edlin (Alexis Ashbaugh), great-grandchildren, Brayden Goodman, Tempris Greenfield, Brelynn Hall, Ainsley Hall, Clint Biszantz and many extended family members who loved and respected him for the hard-working, dedicated family man he was to all of us.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Andy and Pearl Hall, siblings, Virginia, Evelyn and Albert Hall and in-laws Robert and Marcella Greene.
He loved to tease and joke with people in his own self-deprecating manner. The nurses said he was still teasing them the evening before. His nephew remembers hanging out at our house and what an easy going, smiling man he was. He was such a hard worker and provider for our family, even through years of chronic pain, he prided himself on getting up every day and putting in a good day's work. He proudly served our country in the Army, honorably discharging in 1964 when he began his life with Jackie. He worked in the trucking industry for quite a few years with TMX being the last trucking company he worked for. He retired from Center Grove Middle School after over 20 years of service as head maintenance man. He truly loved his job, took pride in "his" building and loved helping the kids get into their jammed lockers and having relationships with all the teachers, helping them with side projects and making sure everything was in working order in the building. He was a tinkerer and enjoyed figuring out mechanical problems and making things work again. He will be greatly missed.
Services will be at Indiana Funeral Care - Greenwood, on Friday, September 24th, visitation from 11 am - 1 pm with a service immediately following. Memorial contributions can be made in his honor to the Alzheimer's Association, mom participated in their support groups and it was a comforting source of camaraderie and information.