Hall wants to help Laurel Hill grow

Published: Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 09:05 AM.

Hall’s experience in construction and roadwork lies in the company that he operates with his wife, Monique. In addition, he is credited with building several subdivisions, schools and businesses in Crestview.

However, after nearly 30 years of business, Hall said he and his wife have plans to sell.   

"It just got to be too much for me," Hall said, adding the decision came after the economy worsened and jobs became scarce.

Hall was born and raised on a farm in New Harmony in Walton County. He said he became familiar with many people in the area from his days at Paxton School, from which he graduated in 1965.

 Hall served in the U.S. Navy, as a firefighter on Eglin Air Force Base, before he entered the construction business.

Hall and his wife moved to Laurel Hill shortly after they married in 2007. Hall has two grown sons and Monique has a 17-year-old daughter, respectively, from previous marriages.

Though Hall’s city council role might have suddenly arisen from a life outside politics, he said he always felt civic responsibility.



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