Steven Chance Hallman, 32, of Lillington, passed away on Saturday, October 31, 2020.
He was born June 28, 1988, to Patty Stone Hallman and the late Stevenson Romeo Hallman. He graduated from Lee County Senior High School in 2006 and attended Central Carolina Community College prior to his joining the US Army in 2011. He graduated from basic training and was then assigned to the 160th SOAR at Ft. Campbell, KY, where he acted as a Crew Chief for UH-60 Blackhawks. He served two tours in Afghanistan as well as other special operation assignments, where he earned two Army Achievement Medals for his commitment to duty and pursuit of excellence within his job. After separating from the US Army, he went on to work civil service at both Ft. Benning, GA and Simmons Army Air Field.
Chance loved his family with all of his being. He loved to skateboard, wakeboard, and ride and work on dirt bikes. He had a love of adventure and was an avid risk taker. Some of his favorite past times included hunting, fishing, and spending time at the river. Chance was full of life and loved being the center of attention. He never met a stranger and was a friend to all.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, November 7, 2020, at 2 pm at Crossroads Ministries in Broadway, with Pastor John Sauls, III presiding. The burial will follow in Cool Springs UMC Cemetery with military honors.
He was preceded in death by his father, Stevie; his paternal grandparents, Sam and Elizabeth Hallman, and his maternal grandparents, Sherrill and Janice Stone; and his best friend, Neill Cameron.
Chance is survived by his wife, Robin Clack Hallman; daughter, Makenzie Thomas; mother, Patty Bobnis and husband David, of Monroe; sister, Tiffany Brown and husband Kyle of Broadway; brother, Kevin Stone of Lumberton; several nieces and nephews; aunts and uncles; and special family friends, Timmy, Donna and Morgan Cameron of Broadway; his beloved dog, Drake Sebastian Hallman, along with countless friends.
Friends are invited to visit the funeral home on Friday, November 6, 2020, between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm to pay their respects to Chance.
Prior to the service the family will be receiving friends at the homes of Debra and Timmy Weis in Angier and Tiffany and Kyle Brown in Broadway.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be to Mission 22 support programs for Veteran’s suicide prevention. Donate at www.mission22.networkforgood.com. Or donations may be made to the family to help with final expenses.
In accordance with current North Carolina COVID-19 guidelines, the funeral home requests that everyone in attendance practice social distancing and wear a face covering.
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