Ambrose
Hall, Ambrose, age 80 passed away on Tuesday, February 3, 2009 peacefully at his home in Manhattan Beach. Born November 28, 1928 in Bolton, Lancashire Co., England, UK. Ambrose was a longtime parishioner of American Martyrs Church and a loyal member of the Knights of Columbus. He is survived by daughter, Heather and son, Ian and sister, Veronica Barker. Visitation will be Sunday, February 8, 2009, 1 until 5PM at White & Day Chapel, Manhattan Beach. Vigil service will be Sunday evening at 7PM and Funeral mass will be Monday, February 9, 2009 at 9:30AM both at American Martyrs Church, Manhattan Beach with committal in Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA.

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  1. To Heather and Family, My many, many thanks to Ambrose for his beautiful friendship to my Mom, Louise Krier. He was a first class man. His kindness and fun loving nature made life for everyone around him so much better. Thank you Heather for your help with my Moms service. I will never forget that you were there when we needed you. My thoughts are with you. It is hard to say goodbye to the best and your Dad was definately the best. We will miss him and an entire generation of the most generous and classy of people. love to all, Bonny

  2. Our sympathy goes out to all of Ambroses’ family. We have known him for around three years and you could never meet a nicer man. We have already been missing his smiling face since his accident and now sadly we at the British Commonwealth & Friends Club will continue to. We do wish you our very best. Fred & Dolly White

  3. IAN WE ARE SO SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR FATHER. YOU HAVE OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY.WE KNOW THAT YOU LOVED YOUR FATHER VERY MUCH AND THAT YOUR SISTER TURNED HIM AGAINST YOU. WE KNOW THAT YOUR DAD IS LOOKING DOWN ON YOU AND REALIZING WHAT A REAL BITCH YOUR SISTER HAS TURNED OUT TO BE. SHE SHOULD HAVE CALLED YOU TO LET YOU KNOW ABOUT YOUR DAD. SHE IS GOING TO FIND OUT THAT BEING GREEDY IS NOT WORTH LOOSING YOUR FAMILY OVER. THE GREED HAS MADE HER A BITTER PERSON.

  4. My sincere condolences to Heather and all of the family and friends of Ambrose. He was a dear, dear (old, Old ! He would say!) friend who met us with a smile at American Martyrs on Sundays and was like a grandpa to Caitlin, even accompanying her during her First Communion. We shared fun times and much laughter – helping host one of his Christmas parties on Wendy Way one year. We will always treasure his friendship and miss him so. God Bless, Ambrose and your family. RIP. Katherine and Caitlin

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