Lynn T. Hall

Lynn T. Hall

April 06, 1957 ~ July 03, 2021

Date of Service:
July 31, 2021

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Lynn Thomas Hall, age 64, of Vero Beach, Florida passed away on July 3, 2021, after a courageous battle with cancer.  He was born in Pinehurst, North Carolina and was a proud graduate of North Carolina State University – Go Wolfpack!

Those who knew Lynn remember his kind and giving nature, and his involvement over the years in the community with The United Way of Indian River County, The Kiwanis, The Boy Scouts of America, The Elks Club, Chamber of Commerce, Riverside Theater and Children’s Theater, Education Foundation, Dollars for Scholars, and many political campaigns.  He would talk politics with whoever had the time for a cup of coffee and a chat.

Lynn served the communities of Indian River County as a Northwestern Mutual Financial Planner for over 30 years; taking care of many families.  When he retired due to medical reasons in 2018, he was adamant his clients were still taken care of moving forward; working in partnership with his associate, Rochelle Maiorca who continues to help the many businesses and families in the community that Lynn cared for so deeply.

He is survived by his loving wife Caprice, his brothers Leslie (Linda) Hall, Lloyd (Rachel) Hall, his granddaughter Kaylee Howland, In-laws and many nieces and nephews.

He is predeceased by his parents, Thomas and Jessie (Sanderson) Hall and his son, Robert Thomas Hall.

A Visitation will be held from 9:00am – 10:00am followed by a Memorial Service on July 31,2021 at Christ Church located at 667 20th Street Vero Beach, Florida 32960.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to The United Way of Indian River County; which will be designated specifically to Children’s Services; or to the Wounded Warrior Project.

Arrangements by Thomas S. Lowther Funeral Home & Crematory, Vero Beach.


Date of Service:
July 31, 2021

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SHARON BROOKS - Friend

July 10, 2021, 4:32 pm

Leslie and family of Lynn Hall, my deepest condolences go out to you all. I am so sorry to see the passing of your brother Lynn. May the great memories give you comfort during this time. Rest in Peace Lynn ❤️‍

Ricky Phillips - School Friend and Nighbor

July 11, 2021, 7:27 pm

Sorry for the loss. Lynn and I grew up together we had fun playing football and basketball. It’s sad I’ve lost two friends I grew up with-Steve Deluca and now Lynn Hall. Rest In Peace my friend

Peggy and Tom Bradley - Friend from the Elks

July 12, 2021, 1:08 pm

So sorry to hear of your loss. Lynn was a super guy. Always had a smile and always said hi to you. He will be missed. Rest in peace my dear friend.

Kerry L Firth - friend

July 12, 2021, 5:43 pm

Caprice, Leslie and Lloyd, I am so very sorry for your loss. Lynn played a major role in my life when we dated for a few years and I will be forever grateful for the time I spent with him. His giving nature and genuine love for his friends and community were infectious and uplifting. He was always one to offer a hand up to anyone in need and never hesitated to volunteer when called upon. We remained friends until the day he died. He was truly one of the good guys and I’m glad he’s now out of pain and at peace. May you all find comfort in his memory.

Chad Luttrell - colleague

July 12, 2021, 6:34 pm

Lynn had a great impact on the start of my practice at Northwestern Mutual. Always willing to set aside time to educate, he had a lasting impact on many in our firm. I am forever grateful for his tutelage and offer my sincere condolences to his family. Our family at Northwestern Mutual will miss him dearly.

Karen Kornegay

July 13, 2021, 1:41 am

Lynn was one of the most positive folks I’ve ever known. A natural leader, he always made everyone in our 4-H club feel welcome, included, and valued. Warm wishes to Leslie, Lloyd, and all of the Hall family — I am so sorry for your loss.

Peter Striano III - co- worker and friend

July 13, 2021, 11:20 am

I always enjoyed every interaction I had with Lynn . He was always full of life and passion about people and causes he believed in. He served everyone well in his career and had an extremely loyal following in Vero. I will miss my friend dearly….Prayers for Caprice who made him so happy and the entire Hall family.

Helene Caseltine - Business Associate

July 14, 2021, 2:10 am

My condolences to the Hall Family and to all of Lynn’s friends. Lynn was an ardent supporter of our IR Chamber, and so very community minded. He will be missed.

Wanda Costin Ponton - Friend

July 14, 2021, 11:08 pm

I was so sorry to hear about Lynn and wanted to express my deepest sympathy to all of his family. The Costin family has many happy memories of the time we spent with the Halls, especially at 4-H events. Lynn was always so talented and outgoing. I am keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers!

Lynn Matheson - Friend

July 15, 2021, 2:05 pm

Les and Linda Hall- Friends So sorry for your loss. Although I didn’t know Lynn I know it’s never easy loosing a family member. May you only remember the good times. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love to you both. Lynn Matheson

Mike and Carmen Robbins - Sister

July 15, 2021, 5:45 pm

Les and Linda Hall- Sister So sorry to hear about the loss of your brother. If I could, I would bring a day when your happy memories of him are stronger than the sadness of his passing. I love you both ! You are in my prayers and thoughts. ✝️

Diane Everhart - Friend and Confidant

July 15, 2021, 7:56 pm

I loved my friend when we met at Northwestern Mutual Life (NML) over 30 years ago, and I will miss him in so many ways. I met Lynn when we were both a part of NML – me in Virginia and Lynn in Vero Beach. We clicked immediately and kept in touch even when I moved back to Clearwater, Florida to work with NML and then to Ft Myers. Geography may have changed, but our friendship grew and grew! I even had to get Lynn’s approval to marry my husband Phil, which he graciously and generously gave at the Breakers. And from that moment forward – they were thick as thieves. (O:
We had so many great times together. One of my favorite travel buddies on the planet….Kayaking at the Springs in Northern Florida, swimming and boating at Topsail Beach, Cards and Apple Cider in Blowing Rock, Wolf Laurel Golf trips, Wine tasting in Napa, and the bucket list trip playing golf at Pebble Beach (in Lularoe Leggings under his golf pants – LMAO. It’s true. I have pictures); and way too many more to mention. So many laughs!
Lynn was (as everyone knows) the most compassionate, kind, giving, and considerate man I have ever known. He could also be the most stubborn, cranky and outspoken man I have ever known. And of course – he was always right! And I even loved that about him, letting him think MOST of the time he was right, even when he clearly wasn’t. LOL And yes, sometimes I flat out told him he was wrong. And Caprice will tell you – he took it! Because we were the best of friends and we respected each other always. And yes, I might just be as stubborn and outspoken as he was. (O:
Dang, I will miss those “discussions” most of all. I remember skipping the NML annual meeting Zoo party after we had been to about fifteen, and going for a nice steak and cabernet dinner instead and talking about everything under the sun. He was my sounding board when I had issues, and vice versa – whether they be business or personal. Did I mention how brilliant he was? Who will I call now when I have questions about everything and anything? He seemed to always know – and if he didn’t, he researched it and then called me days later with answers and encouragement. What an absolutely incredible man!
I lost my Travel Buddy, My Wine Drinking Confidant, My Spades Opponent, and My Best Friend next to my Amazing Husband, Phil. Lynn – I love you and I will miss you my friend! But even though I am in pain, I know you are finally at peace, without pain and reunited with those you love that left before you. I know we will see each other again some day in Heaven in all God’s Glory. You make sure you are at that Golden Gate when that day comes with a juicy red steak, a bold glass of red wine, a big bear hug and Winston. XOXO
You are my friend. I love you. And I will miss you.

Bob McConnell - Uncle In-Law :-)

July 16, 2021, 12:12 am

Sending my heartfelt condolences to Caprice and all the rest of Lynns family. Lynn — I sure have enjoyed watching the love you’ve shared with my beautiful niece….. She described you to me for quite some time before I met you — and she was right You are/were one in a million. Your kindness and compassion via charities is admirable and so you. I admire all the amazing yard work you’ve done at the home you shared with Caprice. Green thumb???? A Duh…….Hell YA!!! You taught me to “throw out the answers (and I do mean throw out) while playing Apples to Apples. Your courage, perseverance and faith life was of God…..you knew you couldn’t do it on your own and summoned a power much greater than yourself……good teacher — Men OF God do that. Enjoyed walking Selby Gardens in Sarasota and Bobby’s Garden in south Des Moines with you and Cappy. I enjoyed a front row seat at “The God Show” while staying with you guys a couple times — thanks for your kindness and some kick ass chow. Onward and upward friend — I had a lot more to learn from you so, I’ll join you on the other side someday and you can show me around Heaven. Until then, Namaste dear friend.

Lynne Glass - Friend

July 16, 2021, 4:56 pm

I am so sorry to hear about Lynn’s passing. Lynn was a special guy who was willing to help in any way he could, if you needed his support. My deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time for his family and friends. RIP

John and Ruth Bergstrom - Aunt and Uncle

July 23, 2021, 6:37 pm

We only knew Lynn for a few years wish it had been longer. He was a wonderful person we need more like him. What fun we had playing games and laughing in their pool. Enjoyed they’re trip to see us. Being in his company was a pleasure. He was a kind caring man to everyone. Will miss him but he won’t be forgotten.

Jon and Jennifer Peshke - Friend

July 28, 2021, 11:03 pm

Lynn was a mentor, friend, and colleague. He was influential in our life teaching us the importance of financial planning for our young family, business planning, college planning for our children, and just an all around great person who served his clients and community well. He will be missed, but not forgotten and we know he is now at rest. He is someone we will not forget.

Gerry Thistle - Friend

July 29, 2021, 11:29 am

There is so much I could say about Lynn Thomas. He was always there for me in my most trying times. He was my friend.

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