Virgil Newton Hall

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June 16, 1958 ~ April 10, 2024

Virgil N. Hall, 65, Sioux Falls, died on Wednesday, April 10, 2024, at Dougherty Hospice in Sioux Falls.

Memorial Services will begin at 11am, Saturday, April 13, 2024, at Heartland Funeral Home in Brandon. Inurnment will immediately follow at East Side Cemetery, Steen, MN, at 12:30 pm. A Visitation with Family Present will resume at Heartland Funeral Home after the burial.

Virgil Newton Hall was born on June 16, 1958, in Huron, SD, to Ernest and Dorothy (Freed) Hall. Virgil graduated from high school in 1978. Virgil worked for Comprehensive Systems in Charles City, Iowa, and then McDonald’s for five years, before moving to Sioux Falls in 1995. He worked at the Minnehaha County Courthouse and Sanford, through Dakotabilities.

Virg enjoyed going to car races, and NASCAR races, and had a love for horses at Horsepower (HandiRiders.) He enjoyed socializing with friends and family. As a teenager, Virgil raised Susie, a buffalo, Sam, a Holstein calf, Arnold the pig, and Tony the llama. He was also able to enjoy a couple of helicopter rides.

Virg will be deeply missed by his two sisters, Karen (Tom) Niichel, Osage, IA, and Gloria Dammer, Inwood, IA; his brother, Leon (Jenn Brau) Hall, Sioux Falls; and many nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Ernie and Dorothy Hall; two sisters, Louise Hall and Doris Hall; two brothers, Doug Hall and Wayne Hall; and a brother-in-law, Dave Dammer.

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  • Danika says:

    Virgil will be greatly missed by the individuals and staff at DakotAbilities. I was blessed in being able assist him these past 12 years and hold several great memories of Virgil. It was a great day when Virgil was around! We will miss his laugh, his jokes, his personality, his friendship and stories of his great adventures he had in his lifetime. Miss ya Virgil

  • Dennis E Cockerham says:

    I met Virgil, when I became his Bus Driver. Always fun and cheerful. He will be missed !

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