Michael Hyrum Hall, 80, of Lima, Montana, passed away Tuesday, October 11th, 2022. Michael was born January 7th, 1942, to parents Jack and Dott (Thompson) Hall. He was raised in the Salt Lake City area until his later years where he resided in the Montana Mountainside. In his early years he was brought up riding horses, hunting, and snowmobiling. Michael graduated in 1960, from Jordan High School, Sandy, Utah. He enjoyed racing cars on Old Bingham Highway and going to Bonneville Raceway. He had a ball with his friends and was very social. Both he and his father worked for the Kennecott Copper Mine. Mike operated the heavy equipment graders that are used to create the flat, smooth surfaces of the open pit mine. In his late teens/early twenties he sustained debilitating injuries, but he never let that stop him from going and doing. He relearned to walk, eat, read, and write all over again and once he regained his strength he never once looked back. His tenacity was inspirational to all that knew him. He loved to tinker with cars and antiques. His dogs meant the world to him, and he took them everywhere. He would meet friends for coffee and would chat with anyone, anytime. Mike was a jokester and didn’t mind using them repeatedly if he had an active listener. He loved humoring you and would always try and get you to laugh or crack a smile. Michael is preceded in death by his parents; Brothers: Todd and Jeff Hall. He is survived by siblings Ronald Hall (brother), Jackie Hooper and Jeanie (Reid) Peterson (sisters). Two daughters Tawna Ivey, Terri Hall and son Michael J Hall. Five grandchildren, Broderick, Presley, Lancee, Xander, and Nova. Our family would like to express our gratitude to Pioneer Rehabilitation and Care Center nursing staff, Dr. Rasch, and all the care technicians. The community of Lima who embraced my father in their community and made it home for him. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you visit the mountains, breathe in the fresh air, make someone smile and lend a hand.