Patrick Hall Obituary, Death – Patrick C. Hall, 48, a resident of Concord, New Hampshire, went dead abruptly at home on February 13, 2023. He was conceived on December 9, 1974, in Northampton, Massachusetts, and was the son of the late John Hall and Barbara (Kuhn) Hall. At Johnson and Whales University, Patrick taught culinary arts as an associate professor.
His many students benefited from his passion for the culinary arts. His college of choice was Johnson and Whales. His Concord-based daughters Emma and Maggie Hall are related to him. His brother Michael Hall and his wife Jessica, their daughters Cora and Alice, as well as a sizable number of cousins, aunts, and uncles from Ludlow, Massachusetts, round out the family.
As I was growing up, you helped me through elementary and middle school. You showed me that if I was given the right encouragement, I could do great things, and you introduced me to people who were far more advanced than I was and who I had no business knowing. Your equally well-known sense of humor was the only thing that could compete with your well-known love of life.
I’ll never forget stuff like playing football (lol, my one season), riding in your mother’s convertible, staying “OUTTA THE DITCH,” driving home from the mall without using the brakes, or all the weekends we just hung out. These are just a few of the things that come to mind. You were without a doubt the best friend I could have asked for, and as I was getting ready to enlist in the military, you helped me say goodbye in a particular way.
We should have kept in touch, but I’m glad we reunited years later since it seemed like we had never been away in the first place. I regret that life got in the way. Pat, Thank you very much for being a friend. A calling hour will be held at the Roan Family Funeral Home, 167 Main Street, Pembroke, New Hampshire, on Saturday, February 18, from 12 to 1 p.m. A memorial ceremony will start at one o’clock. The family will arrange for the interment at Leeds, Massachusetts’ St. Mary’s Cemetery as soon as it is feasible to do so.