Leonard Hall

May 9, 1930November 23, 2018
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Leonard Arlin Hall, 88, of Proctor passed away Friday, November 23, 2018 at New Perspective Assisted Living in Cloquet. He was born on May 9, 1930 to Larkin and Alma Hall in Duluth.

Leonard was preceded in death by his wife, Patricia.

He will be greatly missed by his children, Shirley Hall of Munger, Thomas Hall of Texas, and Steve (Bonnie) Hall of Floodwood; grandchildren, Jennifer Furey, Stacy Nylund, Kirsten Casperson, Adam Schminski, Justin Hall, Emily Hall, Eric Hall, Anna Hall, Robert Hall, and Annalisa Gassaway; great-grandchildren, Rebecca Mallon, Christina Furey, Ryan Henrickson, and Jake Henrickson.

Visitation: 10:00 until the 11:00 a.m. funeral service Monday, November 26, 2018 at Augustana Lutheran Church, 3251 Midway Road, Duluth. Interment will be in Oneota Cemetery.


  • Patricia Hall, Wife
  • Shirley Hall, Daughter
  • Thomas Hall, Son
  • Steve (Bonnie) Hall, Son
  • Jennifer Furey, Granddaughter
  • Stacy Nylund, Granddaughter
  • Kirsten Casperson, Granddaughter
  • Adam Schminski, Grandson
  • Justin Hall, Grandson
  • Emily Hall, Granddaughter
  • Eric Hall, Grandson
  • Anna Hall, Granddaughter
  • Robert Hall, Grandson
  • Annalisa Gassaway, Granddaughter
  • Rebecca Mallon, Great Granddaughter
  • Christina Furey, Great Granddaughter
  • Ryan Hendrickson, Great Grandson
  • Jake Hendrickson, Great Grandson

  • Jennifer Furey
  • Stacy Nylund
  • Kirsten Casperson
  • Adam Schminski
  • Justin Hall
  • Emily Hall
  • Eric Hall
  • Anna Hall


  • Visitation Monday, November 26, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, November 26, 2018

Leonard Hall

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Kenneth Goodell

November 25, 2018

Dear Family,
From my heart my deepest sympathy to you. I worked with Leonard at the DTA for many
years, enjoyed many Boy Scouts adventures with him, and had years of deer hunting with
him. I really enjoyed his company and we always had lots of fun together.
I will miss him and I'm very thankful for the time we had together.

With Sympathy and love
Ken Goodell

Bill Tusken

November 25, 2018

Len couldn't see to drive any more, so I would pick him up at 6 am, and we would go to the gym at Proctor High School. After our 'work-out', we would go to McDonald's and have a bacon-egg-and cheese biscuit and coffee. We'd talk about the good old days fishing on the North Shore or hunting in the North woods. It was there at McDonald's that Len first shared with me his faith in Jesus: Len was in the army in Korea, and was sitting right next to his buddy in the foxhole, when his buddy was killed by enemy fire. Len prayed to the Lord, and vowed that if He got him out of there alive, Len would serve Him the rest of his life... The Lord got him out alive , and Len was a faithful follower of Jesus for the rest of his life. Len also shared with me how he met and married his wife Pat. He loved her with all his heart, and missed her dearly when she died.

Terri Ivy

November 25, 2018

I remember being in junior high at Washington Jr High school, and uncle Leonard would most days be my bus driver after school, I loved those moments together with him. Uncle Leonard will be missed greatly, he made any who knew him smile. Loved greatly, missed terribly, never forgotten ❤

Katy Green

November 24, 2018

I came to know Lenny at New Perspectives. He and my mother, Marketta, were friends. He never failed to brighten my day and share a laugh and a hug. I will miss him, as will Mom. So sorry for your loss. May peace be with you.

jim morgan

November 24, 2018

Worked with Leonard at DTA...great Guy, nothing but fond memories of Him...Rest In Peace...