Hall Conley Jr.

Hall Conley Jr.

Wednesday, June 27th, 1956 Wednesday, July 8th, 2020

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Obituary for Hall James Conley Jr.

On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, Hall “Paul" James Conley, Jr., age 64 of Delmar, DE, passed unexpectedly at PRMC in Salisbury, MD. Formerly from Lindenwold, NJ. Parents, Hall James Conley, Sr and Jean Ann (Durgees) Conley Reese.
Paul made the Eastern Shore his home. He was a master drywall installer and worked for many contractors over the last 35 years, known as “Paul Hall”. Paul and his ex-wife remained longtime friendship that included her new husband. Paul was a unique person who cared deeply about family and friends, instilling old values. He loved to gather with friends and sing while others played the guitar. He will be missed by his siblings, Patricia Todd (Dave), Susan Barrett (Paul), and Thomas Conley. His stepdaughter, Amy Ward (Rick Morse) grandson Deidrick Morse, and stepson, Eric Ward (Jodi). He will be missed by numerous relatives and friends. There will be a celebration of life at a later date.

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Susan Barrett

If I could go back in time, you would be in my phone as the brother who got away. Sorry for the way I treated you (out of sight, out of mind.) I wish I had time to sit back and hear you sing, and catch up.
You were loved by me, and my heart aches.

Your sister Sue
Comment | Posted at 01:57pm via Condolence

Abigail Barrett Williams

Love you always, Uncle Paulie. Wish we could have hung out one more time. Save me a seat!
Comment | Posted at 01:56pm via Condolence

Amy Ward

You were in my life for 35 yrs!! It’s hard to believe you are gone. Gone but never forgotten.
Comment | Posted at 01:47am via Condolence

Thomas Conley

To My Brother, Paul,
I will miss you! Think about you all the time. R.I.P
Comment | Posted at 08:41pm via Condolence

Joan Wendell

One of the most loving and caring ex's, step father and friend departed our earth with his love ones close by. We were able to see him take his last breath and hear his last heartbeat. Paul Hall, you will be missed deeply by Hal & I. You were a good man and friend.
Love ya, now go get Heaven ready for us all. Joan
Comment | Posted at 01:49pm via Condolence

Patricia Todd

To my brother Paulie, growing up we were best friends, when I join you we will pick up where we left off....RIP Love Pat
Posted at 10:03pm

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