He and his former wife, Cheryl Hall Coronel, owned Manjo's Burger Bar, where the VFW Post home is now located, and The Old Moss Hall, now occupied by Castaway's S e a f o o d Grill.
Hall was b o r n F e b . 2, 1933, to Toomey Hall and Myrtle Mae Lewis in Slidell. He was one of 10 children, all of whom predeceased him.
He enrolled at The University of Texas at Austin at the age of 16. He eventually followed family tradition and became a barber. Among his clients in Austin were Willie Nelson and Lucille Ball.
Hall also sold real estate in Port Aransas, and had other restaurants, including Bob's Fried Chicken, Party Time Pizza, Putt Putt Golf and sold barbecue sandwiches and pickles from a truck on the beach. He would keep his restaurants open during hurricane to make sure police and firemen (who in those days stayed on the island) had a place to eat. It was his practice to offer the officers and firefighters free tea and coffee at Moss Hall.
Survivors include his two sons, Robert Glen "Bobby" Hall, formerly of Port Aransas, now of Honolulu; Martin Allan (Bonnie) Rowan of Victoria; three-step children, Carla (Teddy) Boehm of Ingleside; Sheila (Paul) Holliday of Austin; and Gary (Kelly) Weide Jr. of Ingleside; his grandchildren, Holly and Christian Hall of Honolulu and Bailey and John Rowan of Victoria; eight step-grandchildren.
At his request, Hall's ashes were distributed in Hawaii.