On June 12, 2020 Joshua M. Hall passed away unexpectedly at the age of 41. He was born July 12, 1978 in Oxnard, CA and grew up in Chelsea, ME.
He graduated from Cony High School in the class of 1996 and went on to receive his degree in business from Southern Maine Technical College.
Josh had a successful career at Charlie's Honda, where he received Gold Master Recognition by American Honda for sales. Over his 15 years there, he worked his way up to Sales Manager and Assistant General Sales Manager.
Josh had a love for all things sports, especially all Boston and New England teams. Throughout his youth he played soccer, basketball, and wrestling. He was very involved in baseball, playing for Cony, Little League, Babe Ruth, and American Legion teams. His Gramp, who never missed a game, was his biggest fan, and not only did they share a passion for baseball but golf as well.
Growing up, Josh enjoyed time at camp on Cobbossee with friends and family boating, swimming, and water skiing. In recent years, he developed a love for time on the ocean with his wife's family at camp "Down East."
Josh was a kind, thoughtful, and generous individual with an infectious smile and huge heart. Above all he was a devoted husband and father, who adored his children. He was loved by many and will be deeply missed by his friends, coworkers, family, and all who knew him.
He is predeceased by his mother, Janet (Gary) Smith and grandfather, Robert "Bob" Burns.
Josh is survived by his wife, Holly McMahon-Hall; children: Emerson and Weston, and beloved Bentley; parents: Michael Hall and Deborah Vinci-Hall; grandmother, Sharon Burns; brother, Jeremiah Hall; brother, Nathaniel Reithman and his wife Emily and children; in laws: Thomas and Debra McMahon; brother in law, Kevin McMahon; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.
A trust is being established for his children. The family hopes that you could donate to that trust in Josh’s memory.
This GoFundMe campaign is being set up for Josh’s 2 beautiful children Emerson 6 and Weston 2 in an effort to help defray the costs they will incur moving forward due to this unexpected death. The monies raised will be in a Trust for the children. Both the Hall and McMahon family want to thank you for the outpouring of support and love during this difficult time.
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