Francis John Hall
2nd April 1913
9th April 2005
Great Uncle Frank is how the man above is known to me, and he carried the title extremely well throughout our years together.
Although a quiet and gentle man. Great Uncle Frank has always been a powerful person within our family.
He is a true gentleman.

A very well known figure throughout the East Sussex countryside and certainly well respected by all who ever came in contact with him.

Myself, I have many memories of him in my younger years and now at the age of 40 I'm at a stage of feeling a great loss for a man that made me proud to be able to know him and to tell everyone that he is my "Great Uncle Frank"

My dad was actually named after Uncle and both are sadly no longer with us in the physical world.

My dad was certainly proud to be a part of Uncle Frank's family.

I'm, certainly sad to lose you and you are a great loss within the family and the world around us.

Rest In Peace Dear Uncle

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If you would like to see Uncle Frank before the service then he is available to be seen at the undertaker listed below by appointment only.

Wm Collins & Son
43 Station Road
Burgess Hill West Sussex RH15 9DE
Tel: (01444 871515)

The service will be lead by family friend Rev. Arthur Viney and held on 19th April at 1pm at the following address:

Woodvale Crematorium
Lewes Rd,
East Sussex BN2 3QB
Tel: 01273 604020

A memorial will be held straight after the service at Uncle's last  home including refreshments at:

Villa Adastra
79 Keymer Rd
Sussex  BN6 8QH
Frank Hall passed away at the Princess Royal Hospital, Hassocks, Sussex on 9th April 2005.
After having two brain strokes and not having the will to eat in  4 weeks he sadly passed away after a five week stay in Pyecoombe Ward at the hospital.
The staff at the hospital were great carers until his sad demise.
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Thank you for taking time to visit this website and to be a part of this great man's life.

Frank Hall in one of his many humourous times.. A way we'd all like to remember him