Guestbook for Gary R. Hall
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I am going to miss tomahawk I played ball with him for as long as I can remember he'one of my best [friends ] I know they'll have softball game or two up in heaven all my love Reggie
From Stuart Loken

11:34 am - 11/12/18

Gary was not only a great softball player but also a very good man. If there had been such a thing as professional softball when Gary was in his prime.....he definitely would have been there. He was a great sportsman and never bragged about his accomplishments or how good some of those Glens and Joes and Mug teams were. Gary was a big part of their success. He'll be missed by all of us who knew and competed against him. God Bless Gary and his family. Mike Coady....La Crosse
From Mike Coady

6:09 am - 11/11/18

Daddy I'd sing you a lullaby As my last goodbye: A Return To Eden Shielded by a promise A rainbow paints the sky Deserted lives through sands of time Guilded springs of righteousness Trees speak what can't be seen Life is seen in devouring light Gardens of the east A clouded dream Lark and meadows A frosty breeze Pain free divine Creatures sublime Floats the sky A new sunrise Know no evil in existence In this Eden All is completed Sparks of life constantly Peaceful havens across His might In paradise All smiles are lies The contentment is sealed in their eyes Souls seek and remember Mirrors break when they're together Same reflection Seen through Heaven's Gate Joined together til the end of time But time never existed The world got it twisted Joined together forever For His sake The world hangs only by His thread The deceased awaken in the end Rest in Peace... Rest in Paradise instead
From Christina Hall

1:52 am - 11/11/18

On behalf of the La Crosse Logan Alumni Association we would like to extend our condolences and heartfelt sympathy to you and yours on the passing of the former Ranger. Please be assure that our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
From La Crosse Logan Alumni Association

10:40 am - 11/10/18

Played many softball games both with and against Gary for over 20 years. There have been many really good ball players in La Crosse leagues over the years, but Gary established a unique history with his ability to "tomahawk" the ball. That style will forever be included when Gary is talked about. The softball field was his life zone. Seven days a week was not enough for him, he would have played more. And, he could and would talk about years of stats filed in his mind. If possible, he is trying to get a game going, wherever his spirit is now!
From Tom Fuchs

5:54 am - 11/10/18

I am very sorry for your loss. I knew Gary from his glory days, playing ball for Glen's bar.
From Linda Almasi

10:08 am - 11/09/18

my memory of gary is from playing ball. fierce competitor but great sportsman. a man that would talk to anybody and I am proud to say hawk was a fiend of mine. rip gary
From jim mc dougle

7:50 am - 11/09/18

Condolences for the loss of Gary. Roy(Bud) knew Gary many years ago. Gary and Bud were both happy to see each othet living in the same building over the last year. Gary when able would talk to us in the lobby area and we enjoyed the conversations with Gary. He will be missed yet remembered and not forgotten. Roy (Bud) and Lynn Miller
From Gary R Hall

7:49 am - 11/09/18

From ray & deb ferguson

7:27 am - 11/09/18