Major Marjorie Hall
Jan. 25, 1943–Dec. 15, 2019
Major Marjorie Hall was promoted to Glory Dec. 15, 2019, from Federal Heights, Colorado.
Marjorie Ann Richards was born Jan. 25, 1943, in Portland, Oregon, to Ralph Darrell and Annie Evaline Richards. She met her future husband, Bob Hall, in 1962 while attending Cascade Christian College; they married in June 1965.
Bob became a pastor in the Evangelical Church of North America in 1972, and Marjorie served alongside him until 1987.
In July 1988, they became Auxiliary Captains in The Salvation Army after serving under the leadership of then-Captains Audrey and Craig Madsen at the Portland Tabernacle Corps. As a young child, Bob had been raised in The Salvation Army in Canada.
The Halls served in Boise, Idaho; Springfield, Oregon; Juneau, Alaska; Spokane, Washington; Denver West Adams; Laramie, Wyoming; Denver Citadel and Denver Harbor Light. Marjorie attended the Brengle Holiness Institute in 1995. They retired in June 2009 in Denver.
In retirement, the Halls pastored the church in the mobile home park where they lived for two years. After that, Marjorie led a women’s Bible study in a prison. Throughout retirement, she ministered through music at the Broomfield (Colorado) Silvercrest residence.
Marjorie is survived by her husband of over 54 years, Major Bob Hall; daughters, Joy Hall and Major Phyllis (Richard) Pease; and grandsons Richard, Sean and Trevor Pease.
A celebration of life service took place Jan. 12 at the Broomfield Corps.