CHARLES JOHN KELIIKAUAOPAKOMAKA HALL, SR.
CHARLES JOHN KELIIKAUAOPAKOMAKA HALL, SR. Charlie Hall passed away peacefully on Friday, July 3, 2015 surrounded by his family. He was born on January 17, 1942 to William and Maybelle Hall, and was raised with his 5 brothers and 3 sisters in Aiea, Hawaii. He attended Saint Louis School in 1948 and graduated in 1960. In 1963 he married Patricia Botelho Hall. They have 5 children: Charles Hall, Jr. (Diane), Michael Hall (Tanya), Malia Hall, Patrick Hall (Nani) and John Hall (Schantel); and 14 grandchildren. His surviving siblings are Poliala Katschman, Edwina Maijala, and Fred Hall (Grace); and deceased siblings are William Hall, Maria Johnson, Antone Hall (Cecilia), Mark Hall and Vance Hall. Charlie served in the Army National Guard in 1961-1968. He joined the Honolulu Police Department in 1962, where he worked in the Vice, Communications, Patrol, Traffic and Criminal Investigation divisions. After retiring from HPD in 1992, Charlie completed his college education at U.H. Manoa, earning a M.Ed. degree in 1996. In his second career, Charlie was Dean of Students at St. Louis School for 9 years, a private consultant for 2 years, and a substitute teacher at Kapolei Middle School for 8 years. Charlie enjoyed socializing with family and friends. He and Pat were long-time members of the St. Louis Alumni Golf Club. He also chaired the St. Louis Alumni House committee. Charlie loved coaching young people to play baseball and football, beginning with his sons and nephews in the Makakilo community leagues. At St. Louis School, Charlie coached the Intermediate and JV baseball teams and the JV and varsity football teams for 15 years from 1962-88. As head coach of the St. Louis varsity baseball team in 1989, he led the team to the ILH championship. He also coached varsity football at Campbell High School in 1967-75. Charlie's love of life is reflected in his many accomplishments and the people whose lives he touched. He will be remembered for his love for the Lord and his Catholic faith; his love for his family and friends; his love for the athletes he coached and the students he taught; his love for his HPD and Alumni brothers; and his love for his alma mater. A 1-day service celebrating Charlie Hall's life will be held at 5:15 p.m. on Friday, August 14, 2015 at Mililani Memorial-Mauka Chapel. Aloha attire. No flowers preferred.
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