Jesse B. Hall Jr. Captain USMC (Retired)

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Jacksonville – Captain Jesse B. Hall Jr., 87, United States Marine Corps, retired, of Jacksonville, NC transferred to Heavenly Scenes on December 4, 2017. A funeral service will be held at 11:00AM on Friday December 8, 2017 at Jones Funeral Home Chapel in Jacksonville NC with Rev. Roland Penny officiating. Graveside services will follow at Coastal Carolina State Veterans Cemetery with Military Honors.

Jesse was an elder in the New River P.F.W.B. Church, a charter member of the Corps counterintelligence Association, a member of the Police Association of Virginia, the NRA, and DAV.

Jessie entered Military service by joining the USNR(V6) program in February 1948 and transferred to the Marine corps in July 1948. He retired from the Marine Corps on July 1975. His duties included being a rifleman, MP, DI@PI and Counterintelligence (CI). He served with the 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 7th CI Teams. Jesse was the Team Commander of the 2nd and 11th CI Teams. FMFLANT CI Chief, FMFPAC/9thMAB Intelligence Briefing Officer and advisor to eh SVN forces. Jesse fought in the Korean and Vietnam Wars.

His Military awards were the NMCAM, CAR, 5 Good Conduct Awards, and the SVN Cross of Gallantry w/Silver Star.

Subsequent to his retirement, he was employed in Nuclear Security, Owner Operator (Long Haul), and Locksmith.

Jesse was born March 30, 1930 in Amarillo, Texas to the late Jesse B. Hall Sr. and Edna Lois Kent Hall. Survivors include his Wife, Grace Locklear Hall, two daughters Syndi Perry of Beaufort, SC, and Sandra Primm (Dan) of Hoffman Estates, Il.; one Son, Steven M. Hall (Cheryl) of Gatesville, NC; three Step-daughters Janet Faye Rheubert, Marjory A. Oxendine and Marilyn Justice, all of Jacksonville, NC; one Step-son Steven Oxendine (Debbie) of Jacksonville, NC; one brother and sister, Walter E. Modrell (Hannah) of Hendersonville, NC, Judith Cole of Ottowa, KS, Four grandchildren; five step-grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

A visitation is planned one hour prior to the service.