Benjamin, known for his exceptional work ethic and commitment to service, had a long and fulfilling career as an Electrician by Trade. He spent 23 years at Weyerhaeuser, where he contributed his skills and expertise. In addition to his professional accomplishments, Benjamin selflessly served as a Volunteer Firefighter for over 30 years, putting his life on the line to protect his community. Furthermore, he dedicated 13 years of his life as an EMT, providing care and assistance to those in need.
Outside of his professional life, Benjamin had a passion for woodworking, yardwork, and gardening, particularly when it came to tending to his beloved grape vines. He found solace in the great outdoors and cherished moments spent with his dogs. Benjamin also adored coffee and Pepsi, which were often enjoyed during quiet moments of reflection.
Above all else, Benjamin treasured his family. He found immense joy in spending time with his wife, Vicki, their sons Michael and Derek, and his grandchildren Phoenix Chase, Tristin, Caden, and Carter. He was a pillar of love and support for his siblings Robert Emory Jr. (Jamie), Tammy Jones (Lewis), Lisa Shelton (Gary), and Deborah Cafferello (Michael). Benjamin was preceded in death by his mother Mary, father Benjamin, and sons Shawn Lee and J.B. Hall, as well as Brenda Emory and Robert Emory.
Memorial services to honor Benjamin’s life will be held at Zion’s Chapel Church of Christ in Roper, NC on Saturday, August 26, 2023 at 11:00 am. The family will receive visitors at their home following the service. The Joseph B. Paul, Jr. Funeral Service of Washington, NC, is entrusted with serving the Hall family during this difficult time.
In remembrance of Benjamin Franklin Hall, let us celebrate his unwavering dedication, his kind and gentle spirit, and the countless lives he touched through his service and love. He will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him. May his soul rest in eternal peace.