89th RRC Rolling W     10th Moutain Patch    Ozark Warriors    18th Airborne Corp   

In Memory of

  Army Specialist David 'Butch' Hall 

1982 - 2004 

Please take a moment to View and Sign Memorial Forum

[ View ]          [ Sign ]




David Eugene "Butch" Hall, 21, of Uniontown, Kansas, died Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2004, in Kabul, Afghanistan. He was stationed with other soldiers from the 414th Military Police Company (Joplin, Missouri) and the 805 Military Police Company (North Carolina) at Bagram Air Force Base in Afghanistan. His current tour of duty began in July.

He was born Aug. 20, 1982, at Fort Scott, to David Layne and Donna Marie Hunsperger Hall. He attended West Bourbon Elementary and was a 2000 graduate of Uniontown High School. While in high school, he was a four-year FFA member. He received the National Fitness Award twice, the Chapter FFA Degree, high achievement in woods technology and agriculture mechanics, scholastic achievement in applied math, sixth place in Agricultural Mechanics at district FFA and letters in varsity Eagle football.

Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Donna and Jim Linn of Uniontown; his father, David L. Hall of Fort Scott; two brothers, Jeremy Hall and Casey Hall, both of Uniontown; one sister, Jennifer Stone of Redfield; his maternal grandmother, Frances Hall of Redfield; his paternal grandmother, Betty Adams of Fort Scott; his paternal grandfather, Bob Hall of Uniontown; one niece; and two nephews.

Specialist Hall, joined the 414th Military Police Company in 2000, prior to Basic Training. Over the past three years, overseas and state-side deployments and temporary duty locations have included:  Egypt (2001); Cuba, “Operation Enduring Freedom” (2002); Ft. Benning, GA “Operation Noble Eagle” (2002); and Afghanistan, “Operation Enduring Freedom” (2003-04).

Awards earned during his time of service, include: Meritorious Service Medal (Posthumous), Army Achievement Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal with “M”, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon.

Those who have served with Specialist Hall remember him as a young man always ready and willing to lead the way. Even in the dreariest of conditions, he had the ability to make those around him smile. His presence has been a valuable asset to his leaders and his peers.

He will be forever in our hearts and minds.

Please take a moment to View and Sign Memorial Forum

[ View ]          [ Sign ]



Flowers by Leanna - Ft. Scott, Kansas - Call (620) 223-2225

Ft. Scott Greenhouse - Ft. Scott, Kansas - Call (620) 223-1450

Ft. Scott Florist - Ft. Scott, Kansas - Call (620) 223-5103

Designers Florist by Sekan - Ft. Scott, Kansas - Call (620) 223-5190


God Bless You and Thank You

Memorial Services were held on

March 6, 2004

Location: Uniontown, Kansas

Freedom isn't Free


[ Home Page ]