William-Hall-Obituary

William K. Hall

Denver, Colorado

1942 - 2018 (Age 75)

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William "Bill" K. HallPEORIA - Dr. William "Bill" K. Hall, professor emeritus of Bradley University, died Saturday, March 3, 2018, in hospice care in Wheat Ridge, CO. He resided in Broomfield, CO, at Sunrise Retirement Community. The son of Don S. Hall and Lucile Hall of...

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Dr. Hall was my teacher at Bradley in the early 1990's. I was sad to learn of his passing. He was a great professor, very energetic and taught me a lot about government and the political system. My condolences to his family.

I just learned of Bill's passing yesterday and was shocked to read his obituary which was sent to me by a frat brother from Baker. I grew up in Oakley, Kansas and attended grade school thru high school with Bill. We were in scouting together and attended Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico in 1958. Bill was one year behind me in school but we were good friends through out our school days. We both attended Baker University where his Mother and my Father attended school as well. Also both...

Bill was a fraternity brother and friend. We saw Bill at his (and my wife's) 50th anniversary of their graduation from Baker U. Even after all those years, we enjoyed an evening of discussing our days at Baker and Zeta Chi and probably spent more than half our time laughing. Of course, his annual Christmas letter revealed his great sense of humor (and I could detect that same sense of humor is a few parts of his Obit.

We will miss this man.

Dr. Hall was one of my favorite professors at Bradley. He understood the political culture of our country and taught me how to comprehend what was being conveyed to society.
His political science classes were pure joy to attend and he made me a better student for being part of them.
In addition being our faculty advisor to our fraternity, Tau Epsilon Phi, he became are friend. He will be greatly missed.

Dr. Hall was our Advisor at Bradley Univ TEP Fraternity, . My Sincere Condolences on his passing to the Family , relatives , & friends!

Dr Hall had a profound influence on many students and I was no exception. I remember Dr Hall most for his mentoring many of the members of my fraternity Tau Epsilon Phi. He was a friend to us all as much as he was an advisor to us. He would attend chapter meetings with us and on many occasions he would join us for late night meals afterwards. I offer my sincerest condolences to Dr Hall's family and may his memory be a blessing to all Mark Stuart Class of 1973

Dr. Hall was a great friend and mentor to the Brothers of Tau Epsilon Phi at Bradley University. My condolences to that family.

Dr. Hall was our fraternity faculty advisor (TEP). He was a brother to all of us. RIP, my brother and friend.

I am sorry to hear of Dr. Hall's passing. I was blessed to have had him as a teacher at Bradley University. Like many of his students, I was fortunate to have been in his classes and to interact with him personally. Thirty years later, I still remember many of the lessons and stories he shared with us. Most of all, I will always be thankful for his patience, kindness and guidance.