Joseph Quinton Hall

Joseph Quinton Hall
February 6, 1945 – November 23, 2015

Joseph Hall, 70, of Brazos County, passed away in his home on Monday, November 23, 2015. Life Tribute Visitation will be held beginning at 12 to 2p.m. Saturday, November 28, followed by a Life Tribute Celebration at 2pm at St. Michaels Academy Chapel, 2402 South College Ave, at the corner of South College and Williamson Drive in Bryan. Life Tribute Cremation is in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.

Joseph was born to Arthur Edwin and Sarane Ives Hall in New York City, New York. He grew up in Houston, Texas where his appreciation for sound was fostered by his family’s musical heritage. After high school, he enlisted in the United States Navy where he also joined the Navy Band. Later, his passion for music was manifested as a sound engineer in the 70’s California music scene where he recorded everyone from Stevie Nicks to Rusty Weir- eventually leading him to a career with Paramount Studios. During this time he also volunteered with the U.S Forest Department with a particular fondness for looking toward the stars and working on the Mount Wilson Observatory in Los Angeles, CA.

He retired back to Texas in order to be closer to his family, and is survived by his daughter Aletha “Dani” Davis, his son Kenneth Hall, wife Samira and grandson Ian Saxon Hall; his brothers George Hall and wife Jacqueline Hosch Hall, and James Bigelow Hall; and his nieces who cared for him during the last years of his life Kirby, Niki, and Tracy.

Preceding him in death are his wife Sharon Hall; his parents; and sister Ann Lucinda Young.

Memorial donations are kindly requested to be given to Mount Wilson Institute Second Century Campaign, Post Office Box 1909, Atlanta, GA 30301-1909.

Expression of condolence can be made at callawayjones.com

Condolences

  1. Grandpa, we will always remember and miss you. My music will never end. Our music will never end. Our Music Hall will never end. Love from Grandson Ian

  2. Joe, We had five crazy years in those rockin, rollin, 60’s, and we loved, laughed and lived it to the max. No regrets my friend.
    May you forever rest in peace.
    Say Hi to Duke for me, I know how much you missed him.
    love, Pauline

  3. Brother Joe,

    You will be missed! You always brought a smile to our faces especially this guy! I hope you have lots of music in heaven!

    You were always lots of fun to hang with back in the early 1960’s when I was a little boy! You put up with my model airplanes and toys only you could do!

    Cheers and keep the music playing!

    Love, “Stevie”

  4. Joe was a very good man.. A good friend and a pro in the entertainment biz..
    .. He and wife Sherri were very important and loved by many many people..

    I will visit with them again in the future.

  5. Joe was a very modest man considering the scope of his accomplishments and abilities. Whatever he set his mind and hand to was going to be “done to a “T”, including caring for others. He was even a pretty good landscaper, structural engineer and could hang a painting in the right place. I got nothin’ but love and respect. See you agin’, Joe.

  6. The Rock and Roll party which was one of many highlights of your life on Earth is winding down now, and before you go, Dad, take our car on the way up. Ian, Samira and I detailed it today just as you taught me all those years ago. The keys are in the ignition now, and the mileage this time – unlimited. We’ll catch up with you on the next tour, so, save a front row seat for us. Until then, we will always love and miss you.

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