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HALLSTEIN, Harold A. III Age 70, of Lincoln, Oct. 7, 2020. Harold is survived by his wife, Susan Richards-Hallstein; two children, Harold A. Hallstein IV from Boulder, CO and Jocelyn Adams; and his son-in-law, Trevor Wissink-Adams from Jamaica Plain. An Owners Representative in construction, Harold had a long career managing projects in a variety of venues throughout New England. Prior to founding the Hallstein Company, Inc., he worked for the town of Brookline and later for Parencorp, Inc. a real estate development firm. A Memorial Service and celebration is being planned for spring of 2021. Contributions, in lieu of flowers, can be made in his memory to the Lincoln Land Conservation Trust at www.lincolnconservation.org. Proceeds benefit the Flint's Farm field heritage, which abuts his resting place in the Lincoln Cemetery. For his full obituary and online guestbook, please visit www.DeeFuneralHome.com Dee Funeral Home of Concord 978-369-2030 Caring for families since 1868

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Published in Boston Globe from Oct. 13 to Oct. 18, 2020.
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October 14, 2020
Hal was a friend of mine, and will be sorely missed. We were part of our contractors organization called the contractors club with members including Richard Carr, Steve Cohen, David Joliett, Robert Young and many others. Paul was a mentor to me, and was a great business advisor, and a spiritual advisor to many of us. He had such an insightful, understanding and humorous way of looking at things. He was very exacting, sometimes demanding. If we had a meeting, and if anyone was more than five minutes late he would leave and leave behind his business card. We knew never to be late. He never would drink coffee or eat anything in his truck which he kept immaculate. We used to play tennis in Lincoln together once every several weeks, his serve was ferocious. It was my pleasure to be his friend.
Lockwood Jim
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