Joseph L. Hall, 67, Bradenton, died January 3, 2014. Born in Toledo, Ohio, he moved to Bradenton as a seasonal resident in 1973 and became a permanent resident in 1993 from Blissfield, and was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church of Bradenton. His biggest thrill was selling you a bottle of By-Pas, a cleaning product business his dad helped him set up many years ago, which kept him motivated for most of his adult life. He was named after his two grandfathers, Joseph and Lawrence and remembered them both fondly. His paternal grandfather, Lawrence Hall was the owner of the HOME Canning factory in Blissfield, Michigan, for many years. He was also proud of his maternal grandfather, Detective Joseph Fruchey, for being the chief of detectives of the city of Toledo, Ohio. Survived by mother, Eleanor Hall of Bradenton, Fla.; brother, John (Ann) Hall of Bradenton, Fla.; niece, Lisa Hall (Michael) Katalinich and great-nieces, Lauren Mary and Kendall Joy of Sylvania, Ohio; nephew, James Gregory Hall (Renee Batey and great-nephew, Mathew Batey) and great-nephew, Christian J. Hall of Bradenton, Fla. There will be no services. Brown & Sons Funeral Homes & Crematory 43rd Street Chapel in charge. Memorial donations to United Cerebral Palsy, Tidewell Hospice, Inc. or Trinity Lutheran Church. Condolences to www.brownandsonsfuneral.com.