Herbert D. Hall, 84, Loysburg, died Friday at UPMC Altoona.
He was born in Loysburg, son of the late William Lloyd and Catherine (Brown) Hall. He married Joan S. Stayer on Dec. 27, 1953, in New Enterprise.
He is survived by his wife; a son, Douglas Hall and wife, Joanne; two grandsons: Tyler Hall and wife, Brittany, and Tadd Hall, all of Loysburg; and three sisters: Janet Logue of Woodbury, Sally Seifert of Bedford, and Ann Roddy of Coronado, Calif.
He was preceded in death by six brothers: Kenneth, Fred, Richard, Harold, Ned, and an infant brother, Alan.
Herbert was a member of Loysburg United Methodist Church.
He was a 1947 graduate of Replogle High School and continued his education at diesel school in Knoxville, Tenn.
He then served in the United States Army at the end of the Korean War, stationed in Germany. He was assigned to the tank division, serving as a commander, and receiving the rank of Sergeant.
Herbert served as President of the W.L. Hall Lime & Coal Co., Loysburg from 1975 until his death. He previously had been employed at Cavalier Coal Company and New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co.
His main hobby was restoring D 2 tractors and he enjoyed showing them at the power reunions.
He was a faithful member to his church and enjoyed helping out with their many needs.
He was a member of the Alma Lodge #523, Johnstown, the Southern Cove Lions Club and the Power Reunion Tractor Club. Herbert served as a director of the Dry Hill Cemetery, Woodbury, and had also served as president of the Loysburg Combined Cemetery for several years.
Friends will be received from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday and from 10 until the 11 a.m. funeral service Tuesday in the Loysburg United Methodist Church, Pastors Michael Dawes and Al MacPherson officiating. Interment will be made in Dry Hill Cemetery. Arrangements are by S. Gerald Weaver Funeral Home, Woodbury.