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April 02, 2013
Dear Henry and Larry,
So sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved father and grandfather. I have followed you as you traveled with him on Facebook. Blessings on your entire family.
April 02, 2013
Sending prayers and condolences during this difficult time. We have always been honored to be an extended part of this family.
April 02, 2013
Your life and work inspire us all to do more and be better. I am grateful to have known you and Lee and for having been associated with the company you founded, Halff Associates.
April 02, 2013
We celebrate Dr. Halff's long and fruitful life. I am grateful that I had the good fortune to work for many years under his guidance and for 41 years (and counting) for the firm he established, a firm with a unique culture instilled by Dr. Halff that prioritizes quality above quantity, and integrity above all else. I offer my prayers and heartfelt sympathy to Dr. Halff's family and friends who, like me, miss him deeply.
April 01, 2013
Albert always had a kind word to say and an impromtu speech prepared just in case. The perfect Toastmaster. We will miss you Dr. Halff.
April 01, 2013
My sympathy and condolences in the loss of Dr. Halff – an admired person and respected and appreciated resource during my work at the City of Dallas. I am saddened greatly by his loss.

George R. Schrader
Former City Manager, City of Dallas
March 31, 2013
I remember him fondly. He was a friend to my parents, Joe and Marjorie Stephens.
March 31, 2013
You have my sympathy Henry. I will miss seeing your Father at future swim meets.
He was a great swimmer. May the Lord give you comfort at this time.
March 31, 2013
You have my sympathy Henry. Your Father was a great man and a great Father. I will miss seeing him at a future swim meet. God Bless Him and Keep him safe.
March 31, 2013
I am so sorry for the loss of Dr. Halff. I can picture him walking around the Dallas and Richardson office, no matter what the time of day, saying "Good Morning". When asked, "How are you, Dr. Halff?", the answer was always "Could not be better". He will be missed by a huge number of people. Tarry Hyman, Employee of Halff Associates, 1990-2008
March 31, 2013
As a young engineering student at SMU, I had the great fortune to co-op with Albert H. Halff & Associates. Shortly after my work experiences began, Nancy and I married. We were so surprised to get a most beautiful silver chaffing dish from Dr. and Mrs. Halff as a wedding gift. That gift has endured much use the past 46 years. It remains as cherished as does our fond memory of Dr. Halff. Several years ago, I was opening a completed landmark project in Downtown Dallas. An evening of splendid entertainment was included as part of the opening ceremonies. Nancy and I were surprised to meet Dr. and Mrs. Halff at the event. At least 25 years had elapsed since I worked for Dr. Halff. He remembered both of us immediately. He will be forever remembered by us and never forgotten to time.
March 31, 2013
Albert Halff set a very high standard for all family members to see and follow. His wisdom was available to all of us whenever we asked. An incredible life and an incredible example to others.
March 30, 2013
I'm glad I had a chance to know Albert, to experience his wisdom and to be a part of his extended family. Peace.
March 30, 2013
Dr. Albert was such a warm and kind person. He was always thinking about others, and unselfishly interested in a person's life. I was so impressed with his swimming meets right up till the day before he died so untimely. I know he could have done it at 100 yrs old. Fondly, Hope
March 29, 2013
Prayers love and light to you and the family I heard wonderful stories about you through grandma Betty
March 29, 2013
Albert, a shining example to so many... With gratitude for all he shared with my family and me over many, many years.
March 29, 2013
Albert Halff was a man strong in spirit and life in so many ways. Generous and kind to all, accepting of life's twists and turns, and with a real love and gusto for living life to the fullest. Doc, you will be sorely missed by all who knew you. RIP.
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