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Brett Eugene Hall

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of Gooding, Idaho
Born: December 10, 1969 in Buhl, Idaho
Died: August 26, 2012 in Gooding, Idaho
Age: 42 years old
Gooding, Idaho - Brett Eugene Hall, 42, of Gooding, left us way too early Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. surrounded by those who loved him. His pain was more than his body could bear and God said, “No more.”
Brett was born in Buhl, Idaho, on a snowy winter night, Dec. 10, 1969, in the office of Dr. Vern Anderson. He couldn’t wait to get into the world and, to our sadness, wouldn’t wait to leave.
Brett began school in Buhl but graduated from Gooding High School in 1988. He attended classes at CSI, with the goal of teaching high school. Brett loved his children, his family, his friends, music and his dogs. Brett’s love was always available for every person. Brett married Tracie Pruett in 1990, and to that marriage, were born three beautiful daughters whom he cherished. He later married Kathy Teater and loved the children who were added to his family through that union. In time, through changes that happen in life, he married Debbie Leija and inherited four of her children as sons and daughters.
Brett is survived by his wife, Debbie of Gooding; mother, Letty Beerly (Jerry) of Gooding; father, Don Hall (Linda) of Prescott, Ariz.; brothers, Shane Hall of Twin Falls, Gary Beerly of Gooding and Rick Beerly of Washington, Utah. He is also survived by three lovely daughters, Jamie Hall, Hailey Craner (Jake) and Lucy Hall of Twin Falls. His newest loves were his granddaughters, Emyka Trey Hutchinson and Zoey Craner; and soon-to-be grandson, Brett Michael Craner. He is also survived by his beautiful nieces, Julia and Lacy; as well as other children that came into his life who he embraced with all of his heart. Brett was preceded in death by his grandparents whom he cherished, Roy and Alice Davis Stricklan and Don and Bonnie Hall; and his much-loved uncle, Raymond Stricklan.
Brett’s greatest attribute was love. He loved without condition from the day he was born until the Lord took him home.
There will be a memorial celebration for Brett at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 31, at the First Christian Church in Buhl, with a burial following at Buhl’s West End Cemetery. He will rest with his grandparents and his uncle whom he loved deeply. We ask you all to join us in our celebration of his life.

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Shane said on Tuesday, Apr 9 at 2:06 PM

Brett was a pretty amazing brother. I can't possibly summarize the impact he had on all of us. All I know is that he was my baby brother for 42 years, and I will miss is humor, smile, talent, and kindness. Love ya, Bree.

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