Harry Melvin Hall

July 30, 1924January 29, 2021

Harry Melvin Hall was born on July 30, 1924 and passed away on January 29, 2021 and is under the care of Neptune Society.

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Harry Melvin Hall

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Sgt. Bethany Birch

February 19, 2021

Rest in peace, sir.

Jeanette Burke

February 6, 2021

I worked with Harry on many occasions when he was with the morgue, and I was an ER nurse. I always thought very highly of him and enjoyed our friendship. My husband, Gerald Burke also worked with Harry when he was a Homicide Investigator, Gerald always said Harry was one of the best men he ever knew. Rest in Peace my friend.
Jeanette Burke

Pat Kainer

February 5, 2021

I remember when I was in the patrol division at night and Harry along with his partner arrived on the scene. He was very thorough and professional during a murder investigation. I later worked in the Homicide division and had a lot of contact with Harry while he worked out of the medical examiner office. Harry would occasionally come to the Homicide office at night to visit and tell stories of his early years experience which was very interesting. Harry was well liked by everyone that met him. Pleasant memories of him will always be with me.

Nelson Zoch

February 4, 2021

To Harry, a friend and mentor to many in the Homicide Division from his days at the morgue. To Harry, I was "Baby Zochsie". a name he coined for me after my older brother, Homicide Detective John Zoch. Harry was always friendly and had a word of wit to share with us Homicide Detectives on the Murder scenes. He always had a comment about a scene or situation. Most of the times it was appropriate. What a guy!


February 4, 2021

Harry was one hell of a detective, straight shooter with a great wit. He was the only thing about the M.E.'s office that was pleasant. It was an honor to know him.

James Binford

February 4, 2021

I served in the Houston Homicide Division for 33 years, after Harry left. He was a great source of advice for a new Detective who walked in his footsteps. He was a wise man with a steady hand, that showed patience to this young Detective. He will be missed, but we all rejoice that he was there.
Jim Binford