Preston-Hall-Obituary

Preston Hall

Worcester, Massachusetts

Sep 14, 1932 – Nov 15, 2020 (Age 88)

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BORN
September 14, 1932
DIED
November 15, 2020
AGE
88
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Worcester, Massachusetts

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Preston W. Hall, 88WORCESTER - Preston W. "Skip" Hall, 88, of Worcester, formerly of West Boylston and Lancaster, passed away Sunday, November 15, in St. Vincent Hospital.His loving wife of 65 years, Rosemary (Carlin) Hall passed away last year. He is survived by their five children, Deborah and...

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I am sad to learn that Skip is gone. He was the only Hall relative that I knew. He was the relative that pushed and encouraged me to finish the bibliography of our uncle, S. Davis Winship. I will miss the phone calls with Skip.

So sorry for your loss, Skip will be fondly remembered. Reunited with Rosemary, we can see them playing bridge with Normand and Irene at Heaven's Worcester Club. Keeping you all in our prayers. Susan & Richard Wilhelmy, Cheryl & Andy, Bruce Wilhelmy and families

My sincerest sympathies to all of the Hall family. I worked with Skip throughout his years with Rexnord Knife Div. He was both my boss and my mentor. I am eternally grateful for all that Skip did for me
during our many years together. He was a very compassionate man who always treated his employees as if they were his own family. RIP Skip.

My condolences to the Hall family. So sorry to hear of your loss.. You are in my prayers.

Dear Family, My prayers are with you at this time. Uncle Skip was such a warm and loving person. Rangley has been memory I keep in my heart with loving fondness. My pray for all of you to find peace as you live with your loss.My faith gives me joy knowing your Mom and Dad are together again. Much love to you all,

My condolences to Skip's family. Skip's support during my tenure as Rotary President was invaluable and appreciated. Skip was a true Rotarian and always was a valuable source of council. I suppose that an individuals greatest compliment is what those left behind in life think of you when you have moved on from all earthly boundaries and in that sense Skip was well represented on the side of kindness and humility. Rest in peace Skip, you have earned it from a life well lived.