Myron B. Hall

Nov. 19, 1944 – May 17, 2020

Myron Bruce Hall, 75,

Minot, formerly of the

Crosby area, died unex-

pectedly on Sunday, May

17, 2020 at his home.

Myron was born No-

vember 19, 1944 at

Noonan, North Dakota,

the son of Gordon and

Ruth (Moe) Hall. He was

raised on the family farm

near Alamo and attended

Whitaker School from

first to eight grade then at-

tended Crosby High

School and graduated in

1962. Myron then went to

North Dakota State School

of Science at Wahpeton,

where he earned an Asso-

ciate Degree in Electrical


Myron married his high

school sweetheart Judy

Sundhagen on June 20,

1965 at Concordia Luth-

eran Church in Crosby.

He began his electrical

career with Holmes Elec-

tric. His first job was as-

sisting with the construc-

tion of the new St. Luke’s

Hospital in Crosby. After

that job, he and Judy

moved to Velva where

Judy taught for two years.

They then moved to

Minot, where he would

continue working with

Holmes Electric and later

Main Electric and several

other companies until re-

tiring in 2003.

Myron was a member of

Our Redeemer’s Lutheran

Brethren Church, Minot,

where he was a part of

People Care Ministry

group and bible study

groups. He was also a

current member of the

International Brotherhood

of Electrical Workers Lo-

cal 714. Myron loved fish-

ing, deer hunting, photog-raphy and eating lutefisk.

Many wonderful years

were spent at the family

cabin at Kenosee Lake

with family and friends.

In the last years of

Myron’s life nothing was

more special to him than

a kiss from his sweet-


His loving family in-

cludes: wife of nearly 55

years, Judy Hall, Minot;

children, Trent (Heather

Dawn) Hall, Minot, Heidi

(David) Richard, Minot &

Wendy (Travis) Grosz,

Columbia, MO; grandchil-dren, Lillie & Sophia Hall;

Darick (Chelsey) Richard,

Sabrina & Hannah

Richard; great grand-

daughter, Charlee

Richard; siblings, Gloria

(Tom) Jacobson, Leslie

(Kathy) Hall, Rose Marie

(Roger) Fleck; and

numerous nieces,

nephews, cousins, and

close friends.

Myron was preceded in

death by his parents, and

stepmother Mae Hall.

Celebration of Life ser-

vice: Saturday, May 23,

2020 at 10:30 a.m. in Our

Redeemer’s Lutheran

Brethren Church, Minot.

(Please observe social dis-

tancing recommenda-


Live stream information

can be found on Thomas

Family Funeral Home’s

website, on his obituary


Interment: Rosehill

Memorial Park, Minot

Visitation: Friday, May

22, 2020 from 5:00-7:00

p.m. in Thomas Family

Funeral Home, Minot.

(Please observe social

distancing recommenda-


Memorials are pre-

ferred to Our Redeemer’s

Lutheran Brethren


Those wishing to sign

the online memorial regis-

ter or share memories are

invited to use the expres-

sions of sympathy section