of Little Rock, AR
January 27, 1952 - April 12, 2022
Richard Len Hall Sr., age 70, Owner/Operator of Hall Plumbing, Inc., in Little Rock, Arkansas, departed this life April 12, 2022. He was born in Memphis, Tennessee on January 27, 1952.Survivors are his wife of 30 years, Peggy Joyce Martin-Hall, two sons, Ricky Hall and Bobby Hall. Proceeded in death by his parents, James and Judith Hall and brother, Ronnie Hall.He served as a Commissioner on the Arch Street Fire Department since August 2019, and has belonged to the Central Arkansas Chapter (CAC) of Harley Owners Group (HOG) for twenty years. He was an active member of Redfield Hunting Club, Grapevine Hunting Club and the Elks. He was a licensed plumber, in the plumbing business for fifty years. His leisure time was spent riding his Harley, hunting, fishing and camping. He was a firm believer in living life to its fullest with joy in your heart. Every day was a gift!A Celebration of Life will be held in his honor at Roller-Drummond Funeral Home at 10900 Interstate 30, Little Rock, AR 72209, 2:00 p.m., Saturday, April 23, 2022.Please refrain from strong scents. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Jude's Children's Hospital, in his name.
Was late seeing this! He will be missed! He was such a kind and sweet man. We will miss him. Our prayers go out to his family. We have great memories with him. RIP
Mr Richard was great person and full of life. RIP
I’m so sorry for your loss. I haven’t seen Richard for a long time but he was an awesome guy! We had lots of fun camping and hanging out with him back in the day. I pray for comfort for y’all at this time. Love y’all ❤️❤️
Sorry to hear of Richards passing. Praying for peace and comfort.
Sorry to hear about Richard's passing. He was a friend that I met when he was a young plumber in the early 1970's. In our later years, we spent time together in the CAC Hog Group riding many miles together on our Harley-Davidson motor cycles around Arkansas. Richard was a good man that I feel fortunate to have had in my life.
Peggy. Jane Lee and I are so sad to hear about our longtime friend Richard. We have many, many good memories. I had a lot more because of knowing Richard for many more years in school. When he and I served on the Central reunion Committee we had a lot of fun talking about our past escapades, not to be repeated here! Richard was a big help to Jane and my mental health after our house burned and also when we rebuilt. We always enjoyed seeing both you and Richard at our annual Christmas parties at The Town Pump. So much to say, but I will always remember one thing he always said when doing plumbing jobs; "I'll treat ya right". He always did not only as a plumber but as a friend too. Love, Joe Graham
Great friend. Always happy and laughing. Enjoyed hunting with him and brother Ronnie (monkey) never a dull moment. Will be missed by a lot of people. Will meet again.
Richard I were friends for over 50 years,He always had a smile on his face and a interesting story to tell.He will be missed by many.
So sorry for your loss. Will keep you and family in my prayers.
Mr Richard is a Good man, he was always good to me. We visted a lot of times over breakfast. He will be missed by many.
Richard was a great friend we high school together and all ways will be my buddy I will miss him
Pain was great but now is gone. Rest in peace.
We love you and miss you. I hope to get to go fishing and hunting with you some day on the other side.