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Douglas A. Hall
April 13, 1955 ~ May 19, 2022 (age 67) 67 Years Old
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Douglas A. Hall, 67, Loysburg, died unexpectedly on Thursday. He was born in Altoona, son of the late Herbert D. and Joan S. (Stayer) Hall. He married Joanne Robinette on Nov. 17, 1984 in Cumberland, MD.
Surviving are his wife; two sons: Tyler (Brittany) and Tadd (fiancé Abigail Ollinger); and two grandsons: Dolan and Silas, all of Loysburg. He is also survived by two special aunts: Sarah Seifert of Bedford and Ann Radi of California.
Doug was a 1973 graduate of Northern Bedford High School. He attended PA Gunsmith School in Pittsburgh from 1973-76. He ran the family business, W L Hall Lime & Coal, Inc., in Loysburg.
He was a member of Loysburg United Methodist Church, the Southern Cove Power Reunion, Cove Lions Club, and was a director for the Dry Hill Cemetery Association.
Doug loved anything to do with coal. He enjoyed the history and had a deep appreciation for those that worked in coalmining. He was a very hard working man and loved working in the coalyard. He enjoyed trucks, yardwork, spending time with his family and loved his dogs. He was a sprint car fanatic and was a lifetime fan of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Friends will be received on Mon., May 23, 2022 from 4-8pm and on Tues., May 24 from 10 until the 11am funeral service, all at Faith United Methodist Church, Woodbury. Pastors Joshua Tobias and Ed Jelliff will officiate. Interment will take place at Dry Hill Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Bedford County Humane Society.
Arrangements by Stone Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc., Woodbury.