Sep. 24, 1877 Cincinnati Hamilton County Ohio, USA
Nov. 24, 1919 Ogden Weber County Utah, USA
Father: Unknown Mother: Unknown
Married: Ora Bell Hall
Member of BPOE 719 The Ogden Standard, MONDAY, NOVEMBER. 24, 1919. page 6 A.J. HALL, HEAD Of LARGE CANNING INDUSTRY, DIES AT DEE HOSPITAL AFTER ILLNESS OF A FEW DAYS
Albert J. Hull, prominent member of the canning Industry and president and general manager of the Utah packing corporation, died today at 12:05 o'clock at the Dee hospital, following four days illness of pneumonia. The fatal ailment was contracted by Mr. Hull last Friday while he was hunting ducks at one of the local duck clubs. He was rushed to the hospital, but from the first stages of his affliction his condition seemed hopeless. Mr. Hall had been prominent in Ogden and Utah during the past two years, since his arrival from California. He came here to organize the Utah Packing corporation and previous To his work in Ogden. was a auditor of the California Packing corporation. During the two years In Ogden, Mr. Hall was recognized as one of the foremost experts In the canning industry Under his direction as president and general manager of the Utah Packing corporation, five factories, formerly the property of the Parker canning Interests were taken over. New plants and improvements of factories In the vicinity, which were due to be completed this year, were brought about through the efforts of Mr. Hall. Mr. Hall was a member of the executive committee of the Osgen branch, of Utah Associated Industries. Director of Davis-Weber County Canal Company, director of Utah Manufactures Association, member of Elks, Weber Club and Country Club. Mr. Hall was president of the Utah Canners Association during 1918 and at the time of his death was a director, of that organization. He was 42 years of age. Mrs. Hall and two young children Survive the deceased.