Chancey Del Hall, 39

Chancey Del Hall, 39, passed away on April 9, 2019 in Portland, OR after a lifelong perfect struggle with type one diabetes.

The second of three brothers, Chancey was born May 8, 1979 in Grangeville, Idaho to Marv and Joan (Wemhoff) Hall, where he attended local schools. He graduated from Grangeville High School in 1997.

After high school, Chancey attended the University of Idaho, where he met his future wife Randee Renee Startin. He graduated from University of Idaho in 2001 with a Bachelor’s degree and spent his subsequent working career in the bookstore industry. He was employed by Powell’s Books in Portland, OR, at the time of his death.

Chancey and Randee married on October 9, 2004 in Boise, Idaho and lived in Las Vegas until 2011, when they moved to Portland. Chancey’s twin daughters, Parker Katherine Hall and Michael Renee Hall, were born in Portland on January 28, 2012.

In his younger years, Chancey loved to go fishing with his dad and uncle. During his downtime, He enjoyed spending time with his family, reading, camping and playing board games, being especially fond of playing Risk and Dungeons and Dragons.

Chancey is survived by his wife, his daughters, his parents, and his brothers Ryan (Jodi) Hall of Coeur D’ Alene, Idaho, and Tyler (Gillian) Hall of Billings, Montana.

Chancey will be remembered for his sense of humor, quiet countenance, and his ability to keep his family grounded.

Services for Chancey will be held Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 11:00 am at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church with luncheon to follow. Donations made be made in Chancey’s name to the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. You may submit your condolences online at Arrangements are under the direction of the Blackmer Funeral Home of Grangeville.

Condolences to the family of Chancey Del Hall, 39

  • Mary Mangold says:

    Dear Marv and Joan: I am so very sorry to learn of the loss of your son Chancey as a result of complications with type 1 diabetes. My heart goes out to you both and although there is little to comfort you at this time, my hope is that time will heal the pain and grief and your memory of the good times with your boy will live immortal in your hearts and mind. Sincere sympathies.

  • Stephen O'Donnell says:

    I’m so very sorry about Chancey. I worked with him at Powell’s. I honestly never got a chance to know him all that well, but he was such a lovely, quiet, positive presence. All love and peace to his wife and daughters and all his family.

  • Toni Roberts says:

    Dear Joan and Marvin, heaven has recently welcomed another angel…Chancey. He was such a sweet kid growing up and it was fun to be neighbors. His dry sense of humor and quick wit always made him such a pleasure to be around. From freckles to fatherhood, where did the years go? He sure fought the good fight but God saw that he was tired. Chancey knew strong support and great love from those that knew him, especially from his family. Joan and Marv you were wonderful parents and our hearts go out to you and his wife and kids. Chancey was a gift, no one can really blame God for wanting him back. He is in the best hands now and free from pain and struggles. You will all meet again and in the meantime we will be praying for Gods comfort to each of you. Love and hugs dear friends, Kent and Toni.

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