Landon J. Hall 11/19/2023

 

Landon J. Hall

Landon J. Hall, 76, of Russell, died on November 19, 2023, at Champlain Valley Physician’s Hospital.  There will be calling hours on Friday, November 24, from 4-6 PM. There will be a graveside service with military honors at the Maple Grove Cemetery, Richville, Saturday, May 18, 2024 at 11:00 am. Landon is survived by his wife Lois, his son Keith Hall of Rochester, his daughter, Amanda and her husband Jake Rowley of Russell, his brother, Martin Hall and his life partner, Joyce Jones of Florida, his sister, Joan and her husband John Metz of Florida, grandchildren, Bella Mary Lou Hall, Grace Aubrey Hall, Madelyn Elle Rowley, Cole Everett Rowley, a brother-in-law and sister- in- law, Ernie and Cheryl Stuhldreher, nieces, Risa Oliver, Stefani Brown, Vicky Martin, and Tammy Brosowsky. He was born on February 12, 1947, in Gouverneur, the son of the late, Donald and Keitha Jeffers Hall. In 1965 he graduated from Hermon DeKalb Central School, and continued his education at Alfred State University, graduating in 1967 with an Associate Degree in data processing. Following college, he was in the United States Army in Vietnam where he received an army commendation medal for heroism in the Republic of Vietnam on May 9, 1969. He married Lois Stuhldreher on May 13, 1972 in Lindenhurst, New York. Landon was employed for many years as a computer programmer at IBM in Rochester, coming home one day announcing he was retiring and became an over the road truck driver, which was a career he had always wanted to do. He last worked for Morey Enterprises in Brushton, N.Y.    He was a member of the Gamma Theta Gamma fraternity, and the St. Vincent DePaul Church in Churchville.  He was very involved in his church, working Bingo and the church carnival. Landon loved camping, Nascar, going to many of the tracks around the country and happy hour on the deck watching the river, with the love of his life Lois. But above all else, his family was the great love of all. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to your local volunteer rescue squad. 

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