Funeral services for 28-year old Chadron State College graduate William “Billy” Hall of Lincoln are Sat, July 16, 2022, at 2:00 CT at Roper and Sons South Lincoln Chapel in Lincoln, NE. A livestream will be available at roperandsons.com/livestream.
Visitation with family present will take place Friday, July 15, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Roper and Sons South Lincoln Chapel.
Should family and friends desire, in lieu of flowers, memorials can be directed to the family for later designation.
Condolences can be made online at Roperandsons.com
William “Billy” Lee Hall was born July 29, 1993, in Lincoln to Kevin and Pam (McKelvey) Hall and passed away July 10, 2022.
Billy grew up in McCool Junction, NE, where he graduated high school in 2011. He went on to graduate from Chadron State College, then went to work at Goodrich Middle School in Lincoln for 7 years.
He began as a special education paraeducator in the school’s life skills program, but spent last year as a student teacher and was preparing to be a 6th grade resource teacher at Goodrich this fall.
Billy was fiercely loyal and had an uncanny ability to make all feel welcome. He was charming, witty, and had a smile that could light up any room. Known for his generosity and selfless nature, Billy’s character was undeniably good.
As a graduate of Chadron State College and a special education teacher at Goodrich Middle School, he was able to share his passion of caring for children and others.
In his free time, Billy exuded his creativity and talents through custom DIY projects and home cooked meals that he loved to share with family and friends. He enjoyed traveling and spending time outdoors-whether tanking down the river, going on adventures, or hosting game nights on the back deck.
Billy is survived by his husband, Joseph McTygue; parents, Kevin and Pam Hall; sister, Whitney Hall; nieces and nephews, Braxton, Cale, Max, Vonn, and Iris; parents-in-law, Joseph and Alma McTygue; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Stephanie (Marshall) Behrens, Sarah McTygue, and Samuel Tibbetts. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, cousin Madison, and uncle Marvin.