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Fallen Trooper William M Hall

William M Hall

William M. Hall
1937 – 1967

Twenty-nine year old Oregon State Police Game Officer William M. Hall was killed in a one car traffic accident on May 7, 1967 on Oaklea Drive in Junction City, Oregon. Trooper Hall was north-bound on Oaklea and swerved to avoid colliding with a girl on a bicycle. His vehicle hit a patch of gravel on the shoulder of the road and then rolled ejecting Trooper Hall.

Trooper Hall was 21 years old and had just graduated from Oregon State College when he was recruited into service on July 1, 1959. Two years later he was transferred to Prineville and served there for a short time before leaving the State Police to serve in the United States Army for two years. He returned as a Game Officer in 1963 after completing his Army service and was assigned to Corvallis.

Trooper Hall was born December 31, 1937 in San Diego California to Sydney and Ruth Hall. He was not married. He graduated from Hoover High School in San Diego and then moved to Oregon to attend college where he majored in fish and game management. He was not married and was survived by his parents and a sister Jean Hunter. Trooper Hall's cremains were returned to his parents in Chula Vista, California.

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