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Herman Paul Hall

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Herman Paul Hall

Birth
Kanawha City, Kanawha County, West Virginia, USA
Death
10 Mar 1965 (aged 29)
Charlottesville, Charlottesville City, Virginia, USA
Burial
Cedar Grove, Kanawha County, West Virginia, USA Add to Map
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Shrewsbury Man Killed In Virginia
Charlottesville, VA - One man was electrocuted and another was injured Wednesday at the construction site of a department store here when a steel cable they were holding touched a high-voltage wire. Robert H. Jennings, medical examiner, pronounced Herman Paul Hall, 29, of Shrewsbury, dead at the scene, and the other man, Alvis Reed, 41 of Floyd, Virginia, was taken to University of Virginia Hospital. The two men were employed as carpenters with the J. M. Turner Construction Company of Roanoke.

Surviving Hall are his widow, Janet Sue; two daughters, Janet Renee and Regina Lynne, both at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hall of Shrewsbury: five brothers, Harold of Shrewsbury, Herbert J. and Henry W., both of Lorain, Ohio, Richard H. of Dayton, Ohio, and James A. of Alliance, Ohio: and two sisters, Mrs. Helen Padgett of Roanoke, Va. and Mrs. Hazel Ferrell of Shrewsbury.
Service will be conducted at 2 p. m. Saturday in Cook Funeral Home at Cedar Grove. W.Va. by the Rev. Paul Clay and burial will follow in Ward Cemetery at Ward, W. Va. Visitors may call at the funeral home after 6 p. m. Friday.

Charleston Gazette
Published March 11, 1965, Page 10
Shrewsbury Man Killed In Virginia
Charlottesville, VA - One man was electrocuted and another was injured Wednesday at the construction site of a department store here when a steel cable they were holding touched a high-voltage wire. Robert H. Jennings, medical examiner, pronounced Herman Paul Hall, 29, of Shrewsbury, dead at the scene, and the other man, Alvis Reed, 41 of Floyd, Virginia, was taken to University of Virginia Hospital. The two men were employed as carpenters with the J. M. Turner Construction Company of Roanoke.

Surviving Hall are his widow, Janet Sue; two daughters, Janet Renee and Regina Lynne, both at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hall of Shrewsbury: five brothers, Harold of Shrewsbury, Herbert J. and Henry W., both of Lorain, Ohio, Richard H. of Dayton, Ohio, and James A. of Alliance, Ohio: and two sisters, Mrs. Helen Padgett of Roanoke, Va. and Mrs. Hazel Ferrell of Shrewsbury.
Service will be conducted at 2 p. m. Saturday in Cook Funeral Home at Cedar Grove. W.Va. by the Rev. Paul Clay and burial will follow in Ward Cemetery at Ward, W. Va. Visitors may call at the funeral home after 6 p. m. Friday.

Charleston Gazette
Published March 11, 1965, Page 10


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