amazing man passed from this world and will be truly missed.
The life Gordon lived showed his love for his Heavenly Father
and the Savior of the world, Jesus Christ.
Gordon James Hall was born on July 7, 1962 in Provo, Utah.
He loved his angel mother, Delores Decker and he respected
his father, Dan Hall. He adored and is adored by his 3 sisters,
Susan, Kathy and Cindy and got into trouble with his older
brother Jerry who passed away in 1993. He also had a foster
In 1980 he met Kathy Steineckert and they fell head over
heels in love and stayed that way for 37 years, and counting.
Gina, Megan, DJ, Jacob and Ben came along and made their
family even better. Then Camille, Chris, Kurtis, Tonya and
Gillian joined the fun. That wasn’t enough, so a few
German exchange students were added, Susanne, Lisa, Kai,
and Tom. Gordon also loved his amazing sons and daughters
in law; Coy, Mark, Tricia, Christina, Matt, Nathan, and
Nate. His favorite thing in life was to spend time at Flaming
Gorge and other wonderful vacations he was able to take
with his family.
Gordons crowning achievement were his 14 ½ grandkids.
Katie, Ava, Josh, Olivia, Levi, Amy, Desmond, Liam, Molly,
Harper, Greta, Amelia, Myka, Ellie and baby on the way.
Gordon was a hard worker who was honest and took pride
in the business he owned and operated, Hall Drilling Co.
Even with stage 4 cancer he was out there drilling one last
Everything he did reflected the love he had for Heavenly
Father and Jesus Christ. He was the one who would stop to
help a stalled car, lend an ear, or mediate an argument.
Every calling that he had was about the people he served,
and his goal was to bring them closer to their Savior. Gordon
was a good, good man who made life better for everyone.
He passed away on Nov. 6th, 2017, darn it. A viewing will
be held on November 8 from 6-8 pm at Warenski Funeral Home,
1776 North 900 East American Fork. Another viewing will
be held on November 9 at the LDS church, 455 East 300 North,
American Fork from 9:30-10:30 am with the funeral following
In lieu of flowers, please, please, please take someone
you love to lunch or donate to the humanitarian fund of
the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.