Hall Stewart, 89, passed away July 13 at Heritage Park Care Center. Hall was born in Pelham, N.Y., Oct. 4, 1916, to Martha and Thomas Stewart. He was raised there, attended local schools and took part in various sports, including football. He graduated from Pelham High School. Hall graduated from Cornell University with a degree in mechanical engineering in 1940. He was immediately employed at Pratt and Whitney Aircraft in Hartford, Conn., and worked with that company until retirement in 1974. Hall married Mary Clark Barbour in New York in 1941, at which time they moved to Manchester, Conn. Hall and Mary enjoyed traveling in their Airstream trailer. They lived in Connecticut, Texas, Colorado, and Arizona. In recent years they spent the winter in Florence, Ariz., and the remainder of the year in New Castle. Hall was a member of the TKE fraternity and the Rotary Club, and was an active member in the Methodist Churches wherever he lived. Hall was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, and friend to many. He will be missed dearly. He is survived by his wife; brother Woody, of Virginia; sons William (Bill) Stewart, of Montana, Thomas (Tim) Stewart, of Tennessee, and Richard Stewart, of Glenwood Springs; seven grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; several other family members; and countless friends. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, July 24, at the First United Methodist Church of Glenwood Springs. A short reception will follow the service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the First United Methodist Church of Glenwood Springs or Heritage Park Care Center in Carbondale.
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