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William G. Hall
Service  Marine Corps (Lt Col.)
Date Of Birth  June 3, 1969
KIA  March 28, 2008 (Iraq)
Cemetery  Arlington National Cemetery
City & State  Arlington, VA
Grave Site  Sec 60 SITE 8672

Known to friends as "Billy," he had deep roots in Skyway and King County, Washington. He went to Garfield High School and graduated from Washington State University before a long and distinguished Marine career that ended Saturday.
A Marine Corps representative says Hall was on patrol in Fallujah when his vehicle was hit by an improvised explosive device, or IED.
"He was very proud to be a Marine," said Sharron McMullin, his cousin. "He ate, lived and breathed the Marine Corps; he was even excited about going to serve in Iraq."
His family says the married father of four was on his third tour in Iraq.
"We've suffered a great loss, but we are so proud of him, we have a lot of fond memories, he really left a legacy," McMullin said.
He enrolled in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps while studying at WSU and served in the Marines for 15 years.
He leaves behind a wife, two daughters and two stepsons. A public memorial service is planned for 11 a.m. April 5 at the Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, 2801 S. Jackson Street in Seattle, Washington.
The following week, Hall will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.
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