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Dominic Lawrence


October 09 , 1951 - February 19 , 2021

Dominic Lawrence Hall
Dominic Lawrence Hall
1951 - 2021


Tuesday, February 23, 2021
6:00-8:00 PM
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
12:00-8:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home


Thursday, February 25, 2021
Immediate family only
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

Entombment in Michigan Memorial Park


In lieu of flowers donations may be made to:

Shelter to Home

Michigan Anti-Cruelty Society

Woodhaven and Trenton Animal Shelter
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HALL, Dominic L., Jr., age 69, of Trenton, February 19, 2021. Beloved husband of the late Denise Hall. Dearest brother of Marion (Virginia) Hall, Mary Haupt and Rosemary Noe. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews and cousins. He is preceded in death by his parents, Marion and Mary Hall, and brothers, John Hall and Gabriel Hall. He graduated from Southgate High School. Mr. Hall worked for Superior Ambulance, and Riverview Fire Department, where he rose to the rank of Lieutenant. He also worked for 30 years flying for Delta Airlines as a Captain. After retiring from Delta, he owned and operated Halls Flying Service on Grosse Ile, MI. He was past President of Southgate Rotary.


Dominic was a sweet man, it was my pleasure to assist him. Marion and Virginia, he was blessed to have such caring family. Peace be with you. Hillery RN Hillery Weiler RN

Dominic; Humbled by your loss, when we spoke at Gabriel's Funeral I never thought you would be next. Will miss our phone conversations from time to time. Rest In Peace Cousin You were a giver. Ron B. Ron Ballard

Dominic’s life was way too short but he made a big impact on the world. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Hall family during this difficult time. Jim & Marcia VanSlambrouck

My uncle Dominic was always so kind and funny. He took me on a helicopter ride when I was a kid. Told great stories about life on the ambulance. I will always remember you. Rest In Peace. Jill Ross

My cousin Dominic WOW what a guy so happy to be his friend/family he was a kind soul, generous, down to earth and loved by everyone. Cousin you will be so missed by so many. I Love You and I will miss you. my thought's and prayers and Love are with my family. gay dittrick

Uncle Dominic, we are really going to miss you. Always kind and always quick with a funny joke. You were always there for us. Thank you for your advice and understanding no matter the issue. A wonderful Uncle and a great, great friend. Rest in peace. Mark and Sandra Hall

Our thoughts and prayers are with Dom’s family, especially his big brother Marion and nephew Mark. We are so sorry for your loss. Mike and Debbie Oliver

I had the opportunity to fly with Dominic as part of his airline family from Mesaba to Endeavor/Delta. He was always a joy to be around, and he will be missed. Alan Woehrle

Condolences and prayers for Dominic and his family RIP Natassa Lintz

RIP my Friend and fellow Pilot/Instructor you will be missed... Fly the friendly Skies ✝️ Michael Sederlund

To the family, dominic was one of my fire officers that I had the utmost respect for and learned how to be a good officer myself. Always calm cool and collected, even when it was a bad situation, guess that's what made him a good pilot too! Took us up flying when my friend and I were hungover and I threw up in a doughnut bag he never said a word except for do you want to go back . But I sucked it up and flew around the lake and river for good duck hunting spots. God speed Lieutenant! Robert b Charette

He was a great brother to me and a wonderful uncle to my children. He was kind and composed in every situation, just like our father. He was the best pilot I've ever known, and the best storyteller I've ever known, and I will miss him with all my heart. I love you, baby brother, and I'll see you in Heaven. Rosemary (Hall) Noe

To The Hall Family, I worked with Dominic in his private EMS days. Many years ago he was working in dispatch and I was working on the ambulance. He was always smiling and cracking a joke. No one could tell a story better than him. He was a great man and will be missed by his EMS family. My prayers go out to all of you during this time of loss. Terrye Nicholls

My heart is broken. In the short time I knew Dom, I always thought of him as a big man with a big personality and an even bigger heart. I will miss my friend dearly; God's speed Dom... Tim L Spees

Condolences and prayers for Dominic and his family. He will truly be missed by all. Dom and I had a special bond. He was my mentor, coworker at RFD, flight instructor, best friend and just an all-round wonder human. When we got together, we always picked up where we left of no matter how much time lapsed. We shared many fond memories that impacted my life due to Dom. He was loved by all and influenced me and my family, always showing highest respect and genuine interest to everyone. Dom always captured his audience with his wit, humor, storytelling and remarkable knowledge. I especially will miss you Dom. God Speed. May you touch the hand of God in peace. Mike Mike Coleman

RIP and serve God well Dominic. Always a great manager at TAS and fellow roommate back in the 1980's before his marriage to Denise. Heartfelt prayers and condolences for the family over this difficult time. Jeffrey Loop Hall

I worked with Dom at Mesaba. His presence would light up the room. He was always fun to work with, took care of his crew and passengers. God Speed Dom Jim French

Met Dominic in 1990 and he was always a gracious and humble man. We love Dominic like he was our own brother and we will always miss you Dominic. We always will miss Denise. Rest in peace brother and God bless both of you. Vince and Mary Ellen

I met Dominic in 2017 as a young student pilot trying to find my way. Dom took me under his wing as a protege of sorts. He taught me so much about aviation and life. He was one of the only true mentors I have ever had. I am the pilot I am today because of him and he was one the biggest inspirations in my life by far outside of aviation. I’ll miss the days hanging out at the airport and telling jokes back and forth and learning from him but I am so thankful for the time I did get with him. Dom, I will miss you for the rest of my life and I’m so thankful I got to be a part of your life. I will never forget those memories and will cherish them forever. Jonathan Gurgul

Dom was my instructor and more importantly a friend. He taught me to be a pilot but he also taught me to slow down a bit and enjoy life. I will forever miss the time in the cockpit with him. Telling jokes and teaching all at the same time. It was one of the best experiences of my life. I will never forget you my friend. Chris Hancock

Dominic, Our love for you is infinite. You will be forever in our prayers. You were always there for us, sharing life's laughter, sharing life's sorrows. Even when flying high in the skies, you were only a phone call away. You were always charitable whether it was for a child’s tuition at St. Joseph’s Church and School in Wayne or to God’s smaller creatures. You knew the names of every dog on your walks in the neighborhood and stopped to pass out treats. You gave up your comfy recliner to Marlowe, the cat you rescued. When you rode your bicycle to Mass from Trenton to Wayne, we would chuckle that you made it on time. Afterwards, we would go to the Social Hall to chat with friends and the Nuns. Sister Corinne would light up when you walked in just as you lit up the lives of everyone you touched. Guided by the stars in the sky, your last flight was home to heaven. God Bless You. Linda Chomin and Gwen Dietrich Linda Chomin and Gwen Dietrich