- September 30, 1965 - March 23, 2015
- Dana Point, California
of William's Passing
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“my darling, what I would not give to have you back in my arms ~ i love you so. Life without you is unbearabe
1 of 7 | Posted by: margot hall - dana point, CA
“Married to my amazing cousin Margot, made her the happiest I've ever known her to be. You were loving, kind and creative...kind of like a Budha. ...Read More »
2 of 7 | Posted by: Inka Rozenberg Marquez - CA
“It's been many years since I saw Billy, but as kids and young adults we saw each other occasionally when family met. Billy was a really good guy and...Read More »
3 of 7 | Posted by: Michael Bateman - Lake Worth, FL
“Rest in peace. Watch over your loved ones, they'll be missing you!
4 of 7 | Posted by: Shea Burns
“I am deeply sad to hear of Bill's passing. I grew up with Bill, and had many found memories of him and his family throughout the years. Although we...Read More »
5 of 7 | Posted by: Doug Dailey - Huntington Beach, CA
“I worked with Bill during the IOA phase of life in the EDAW Irvine Office. He was a thoughtful, gracious co-worker, who brought a calm, deliberate,...Read More »
6 of 7 | Posted by: Tom Jewell - Newport Beach, CA
“Rest in Peace Bill!! Your struggles here on earth are now over. I choose to beleive you are at peace and in heaven flying with the angels watching...Read More »
7 of 7 | Posted by: RoseMarie Maschhaupt - Scottsdale, AZ
McCormick and Son Mortuaries
Bill Hall is survived by his parents, Anita Bradshaw and David and Paula Hall, twin sister Tracy Hall-Forquer (Bill Forquer), younger brother Michael Hall, two amazing sons Dominick Hall and Matthew Hall (Jordyn Lenkey), loving wife Margot Maschhaupt Hall, and puppy Obi.
Bill was born in Inglewood, California, but grew up primarily in Huntington Beach. He was a gifted martial artist and an excellent athlete. In the class of '83, Bill graduated from Hoover High School (Glendale, CA) and went on to study Landscape Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona.
An acclaimed architect, Bill was the Principal of Intaglio Studio, his Landscape Architecture & Planning firm, and was also a member of the South Orange County Architectural Guild.
Besides his two beloved sons and wonderful wife, Bill was passionate about the environment, preservation and respect of Mother Earth, ethical treatment of animals, equality, spirituality, love, and the achievement of enlightenment.
Bill will be remembered for his kind and gentle heart, his extreme generosity, unconditional love, incredible artistic talent, loyalty to his family and his contagious laughter.
Bill was a big supporter of local business and was well known and respected by the local residents of the small beach town community of Dana Point, CA that he called home.
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