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George E Hall

March 3, 1930 ~ November 14, 2018 (age 88)
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The Reverend George E. Hall

George E. Hall, Priest of the Episcopal Church for 62 years died November 14, 2018 at the age of 88. Father Hall served most of the 168 parishes in the capacity of Rector, Interim Priest, and Supply. He also served as mentor to many people aspiring to the priesthood. He began his ministry in Bradley Beach, NJ moving on after 4 years to Flemington, NJ and eventually moving to Connecticut in 1969 serving the parish of St. Luke’s for 23 years.

While in Flemington he was instrumental in establishing a new parish in the northern part of Hunterdon County. Even as he served his parishes, he also became involved in many community organizations and eventually served as ambulance driver for 5 years in Heritage Village. He was also a bicycle enthusiast, riding along with his brother to Montreal, circumventing Long Island, exploring Amish country and participating in AIDS rides among others.

Father Hall was a graduate of The University of the South in Shwanee, Tennessee, and General Seminary in NYC, continuing his education in Connecticut at CCSU earning a Master’s degree in Elementary Education.

After his retirement he and his wife Beverly served as co-directors of The Oratory of The Little Way in Gaylordsville, CT for 3 years. In 1995 the Halls moved to Bridgewater where he served at St. Mark’s Church; and in 2000 moved to Heritage Village in Southbury, thereafter serving many parishes as supply priest or interim.

Father Hall is survived by his wife, Beverly and three children George III and his wife Monette of Soldaten, Alaska, Margot Bates and her husband Dan of Franklin Tennessee, Cynthia Diaz of Hartford, CT and  3 grandchildren, Janay Diaz of Hartford, CT, Whitney Ryan and his wife, Jessica of London England, Olivia and her husband Leighton Munsch of Franklin and one great-grandchild Wynders Munsch and 4 step-children, David Pape of Staley, NC, Joel Pape of Port Orange, FL, The Reverend Cynthia Pape of Dorchester, MA and Mathew Pape of Roanoke, VA. He is also survived by his older brother William Hall and his wife Anne (Nancy) of Riverton, NJ.

Services will take place on November 24, 2018 at Two O’clock at the Church of the Epiphany, Main St., Southbury, CT. Donations in his memory should be made to Camp Washington, the Episcopal Church Camp and Conference Center, 190 Kenyon Road, Lakeside, CT 06758, the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 22478, Oklahoma, OK 731213 or The Alzheimer’s Association, National Headquarters, 225 N. Michigan, Floor 17, Chicago, IL 60601.

The family would like to thank the St. John Paul II Nursing Center in Danbury, CT for their kind, considerate and excellent care of George.

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