Bradford W. Hall

Bradford Hall

Bradford Wayne Hall was born in Columbus, Ohio on March 15th, 1963, to Harry &; Barbara Hall. His sunset was on September 4, 2023, at age 60. He was the youngest of five children. Bradford graduated from Beechcroft High School. After graduating, he began his 34-year career with Franklin County Job and Family Services.

Bradford met his wife Pamela in 1999, at Franklin County Job and Family Services. They later married January 1st, 2005, in West Virginia. The couple valued family and enjoying life with their children; daughter, Teatré Burgos, sons, Larry Gordon and Christopher Harp. Bradford became a grandfather when he embraced his step-grandson Zane and later joyously welcomed Jeremiah into the world after Teatré married Abraham. Bradford lovingly and proudly embraced his title of Pop-Pop. He always had a big smile on his face whenever he saw his grandsons. He also loved Honey, the family dog, who was a constant companion.

Bradford loved people and as a good listener he was often confided in. be. He had a charming smile and boisterous laugh. He was known for his sense of humor, always cracking jokes. He loved to fish, cook, barbecue, listen to music, and enjoy nature. Bradford was a dedicated and passionate employee. Over the years he developed many relationships with co-workers and customers while serving the community.

Bradford was a member of Word At Work Ministries, in Columbus, OH prior to moving to Charlotte, NC. Bradford will always be remembered for his outgoing personality, and the way he loved his wife and family. We couldn’t have asked for a better husband, father, sibling, and friend. Bradford, we will miss you every day. His memory will live on in the hearts of all those who loved him. Bradford was preceded in death by his Parents Harry and Barbara Hall; and his brother, Jeffery Hall. He is survived by Wife, Pamela Hall; daughter, Teatré (Abraham) Burgos; sons, Larry Gordon and Christopher Harp; sisters, Linda (Herbert)Rankin and Barbara Crowler; brother, Harry (Deborah) Hall Jr. and a host of aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins, and family and friends.

Bradford W. Hall, age 60. Sunrise March 15, 1963 and Sunset September 4, 2023. Visitation 1:00 PM and Memorial Service 2:00 PM Saturday, September 30, 2023 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. (one block east of Noe Bixby, turn North on Lonsdale Rd). To read the complete obituary, order flowers, view video tribute and offer condolences to the Hall Family, visit

Condolence Messages

  1. Jewel Harris -Laws

    Brad, God has chosen You, and given You the privilege to come and live with Him. Now You can R.I.P. Thank You for Your friendship and guidance during MY time at Franklin County. I’m sending Prayers of comfort to Your Family, Friends, and Loved Ones. You will be dearly missed.

  2. My condolences to the family and friends of Brad Hall. May God continue to make provision on every level as the Holy Spirit comforts you and give you peace both now and in the days to come. Amen.

  3. Thaughts And Prayers To The Hall Family . I Will Never Forget Brad’s Loyalty To His Co Workers And His Incredible Sense Of Humor ! His Words Of Wisdom and Compassion for Others Will Never Be Forgotten Sore On Our Brother Rip

  4. Dr. Aishia Johnson

    Wow, there are no words. The days of the JRA room and mezz can never be recaptured. We definitely had some laughs and tears. To Pamela, my sincerest condolences to you and your family. May God continue to comfort you and bless you. I pray for your peace and courage in this difficult hour surrounded by love. Words can not suffice to express the loss of Brad, he will be in our memories forever. Pamela you will be in my daily prayers.

  5. My deepest sympathy to the family. I have known him for thirty years and he had the biggest heart. He will truly be missed.

  6. Angela Sloan Pinkins

    You have my condolences. Brad was a neighbor of mine. We grew up together and played outside together with our friends. He was always funny and kind. We went all the way from elementary South Mifflin Elementary to high school at Beechcroft together. His mother and brother Jeff were good friends of my family. My mother still lives in the home right around the corner from Ms. Hall and Brads house. I’m so glad he had a very nice family and life. It is so sad to see a childhood friend of mine move on to glory. You have my sympathy and prayers.

  7. Pamela and family,

    We are so sorry to hear about the loss of Brad. He was such a supportive friend to Marcus and our Dad during Marcus’ illness. He was funny, considerate, and helpful beyond words and we will always appreciate everything he did during those difficult days.

    Praying for comfort and peace during your time of grief.

    With love always,
    The Gilmore Family

  8. I’m so sorry that Brad had left us he was a very loving and kind person he used to help me on my job on Mt Vernon Ave I’m sorry I won’t be able to attend his service but my thoughts will be with him I loved his personally and his kindness bless his family

  9. Esteban & Rosie Burgos

    Our deepest condolences to the whole family for your loss. We’ll keep you in our prayers during this difficult time. We’ll remember Brad as a kind hearted man, even though we only knew him for a short time.

  10. Pamela & Family
    My deepest condolences to all of you.
    Bradford will be truly missed. He brought a smile to your face every time you saw him. With his quick wit followed by that infectious smile you had no choice but to laugh.
    May God provide you peace and strength during this time.

  11. Raul and Marina Burgos

    May the Lord console you for the lost of Mr. Brad.
    The Lord give his perfect peace and strength at this sad moment.

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