Kenneth N. Hall


Brentwood, NH - Ken was born on July 5, 1933, at the Exeter Hospital to Allen E. Hall and Cora (West) Hall. He lived in Fremont, N.H., in his youth and was a graduate of Sanborn Seminary, class of 1951. He joined the Navy after graduation and retired as Master Chief Submarine Qualified TMCM (SS) E9. During Operation IVY Ken witnessed the first H-bomb on November 1, 1952. He was also at the first launching of an Atomic Sub, the USS Nautilus (SSN-571) in 1954. He retired from AT&T/Lucent as a layout/foreman of Final Test and Inspection.
Ken enjoyed camping every summer with his family and friends at Hermit Island, Maine. One of his great pleasures was climbing Mt. Washington and Mt. Chocura with his whole family.
He was predeceased by his wife Marilyn Ainsworth Hall of 52 years, as well as by his second wife Carmen Auilda Hall of 7 years.
He was a member of the American Legion.
He leaves five children, Donald Hall, Dana Hall and wife Patricia, Daryl Hall and wife Elise, Douglas Hall and wife Jayne, and daughter Darlene Hartt and husband Wayne. He also leaves 11 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

At the request of the family, services and burial will be private.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to organizations to feed the hungry regardless of race or creed.
Arrangements are by Paul C. Rogers Family Funeral Home, 2 Hillside Avenue, Amesbury.
Published on April 25, 2019
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Dorita Snow Chretien
Apr 12, 2019
Ken will be sadly missed by Emile and myself.
He loved my mother Arline unconditionally. He was a dear person to her.
Ken loved me as his daughter. He said I even have the right initial D.
We enjoyed Kens pictures and his life in the Navy. He was a proud man.
We were proud to have him in our life.
Ken was a wonderful man. My DAD I never had.
Until we meet again.
Thankful for his love.
Mick & Karen Stevens - Rochester NH
Apr 10, 2019
Please accept our deepest condolences.