Norman A. Hall
1950 – 2023
Thompson – Norman A. Hall, 72, of Thompson, passed away on February 28, 2023, from medical complications from a recent surgery. He was born in Putnam, Ct., and was the son of the late Norman S. Hall and Anne Theresa (Baker) Hall.
Norman attended the Putnam school system and graduated from Ellis Technical Vocational School with a certificate in the Masonry Trade. Norman owned and operated his own masonry business for over 40 years. He was a highly skilled and talented mason who built hundreds of fireplaces and chimneys in the surrounding towns. He also owned and operated a Chimney Sweep business for nearly 30 years, cleaning thousands of chimneys in his career.
Norman loved taking trips to Cape Cod with his family every year and also enjoyed taking his sons fishing when they were younger. After Norman retired from the masonry business, he lived for a few years with his sister in Florida. He loved going to flea markets to find humming birds and bull-dogs to add to his collection. He had a deep love for all animals and passed that along to his children.
Norman is survived by his ex-wife, JoAnn Hall of Thompson, his two sons, Brandon Hall and Noel Hall, both of Thompson, brother Spencer Hall and his wife Linda of Putnam, Ct., sister Karen Hall and Tom Gee of Eastford, Ct. and a very close family friend, Jamie Boucher, of Thompson, with whom Norman resided after returning from Florida a few years ago. Norman was predeceased by his brother Paul Hall, of Killingly, Ct.
Funeral arrangements are private at the request of the family and have been entrusted to Gilman & Valade Funeral Homes & Crematory. For memorial guestbook, visit www.GilmanAndValade.com.
Paul and Lea Herrick
To the Family of Norman Hall,
Our deepest sympathies during this most difficult time of loss. Many great memories shared over the years. We keep you all in our prayers that God will provide strength and healing during the days ahead.
albert marcoux jr
my sympathies to the family and friends may god bless him and family
Brando and Noel,
My sympathies and deepest condolences. Norm always was a pleasure to be around. Many great conversations at the Hall residence. Miss you guys.
To the family of norman hall
My deepest sympathy may you get through this difficult time, through prayers &the comfort of friends and relatives
God bless the soul of name of the deceased
May he be one with the lord
My deepest condolences to his family and his close friend Jamie. Norman was very fun to be around and offered many good life stories in the few years that I knew him. He will be miss very much.
The Tata Family
We are so sorry for all that you are facing at this time. Norman was a talented professional and a fine man. Our prayers are with you.