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September 23, 2018

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Charles “Chuck” Hall, 84


Charles “Chuck” Hall

Charles “Chuck” Hall

Charles “Chuck” Hall, 84 of Lycoming, died Saturday after a brief illness.

Born in Cooperstown, he had resided there for 25 years before moving to Oswego in 1952. He was a meat cutter and manager at Loblaws in Oswego for 25 years, then assistant meat manager at Price Chopper in Fulton for two years and retired as meat manager at Eddie’s Big M in Mexico after 11 years.

Chuck was a Navy veteran of World War II, serving in the South Pacific with the 3rd Fleet. While in service he was wounded and treated in a M.A.S.H. Unit on Guam.

After moving to Oswego, he joined the Masonic Fraternity and became Master of Mexico Lodge #136 F.&A.M.; High Priest of Mexico Chapter #135 R.A.M.; Illustrious Master of Fulton Council #50 R.&S.M. and Commander of Lake Ontario Commandery #32 K.T.  Chuck was a Knight of the York Cross of Honour; member of York Rite College #27 and served as a Grand Representative to the State of Texas.

Surviving is his wife, the former Betty Boettcher Hall of Lycoming, who he married November 1, 1947 and by their son, Douglas Hall of Lycoming, plus cousins in Cooperstown.

There are no services or calling hours planned. Foster Funeral Home, Fulton has care of the arrangements.

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2 Responses “Charles “Chuck” Hall, 84”

  1. Elizabeth (Betty Sill) Haig
    June 23, 2011 at 2:28 pm

    Betty, Sympathy to you and Dougie on the loss of Chuck. I always appreciated what a good neighbor you were to my Mother & Dad…she loved your friendship so much. The picture of Chuck is just as I remember him.. We moved back to New York in 1985 and live near Boonville. Both of us are ok, but moving a lot slower…both in our mid 80’s .. I do check the computer obits for Oswego every so often and really hate it when I see someone I know… Very sorry about you losing Chuck.. take care of yourself in getting through this .. Betty

  2. Ronnie Manwaring Beeman
    June 23, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    I am so sorry to hear of Chuck’s passing. I will always remember our time at Eddies Big M…….I was a talented man and will surely be missed. My deepest sympathy to Betty and Doug.

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