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Please Join Mike and Liz Hall As We Celebrate and Honor Carol Hall Perry On Her Retirement from Hall Funeral Home After 20 Years of Compassionate Service Saturday, January 24, 2015 1pm until 4pm Hall Funeral Home and Tribute Center 949 Main Street Waldoboro, Maine Please RSVP by January 20th To Liz Hall at 207-832-5541 or email at
Hall’s 18th annual Service of Remembrance will take place in Thomaston this Saturday, December 6th at 2pm on Main Street in Thomaston and also in Waldoboro Sunday, December 7th at 3pm at Hall’s on Main Street in Waldoboro. Boothbay's Program will be held at Hall's of Boothbay on Saturday December 13th at 3pm at 975 Wiscasset Road (Rt. 27) in Boothbay. This warm and comforting service at Hall’s will allow all who attend to come together to remember and celebrate their loved one during this holiday time and allow them to cherish the memories of our family and friends they have lost. The program will include the candle lighting ceremony. The staff at Hall’s read the names of the community members who died this past year and the family members will come forward to light a candle in memory of their loved one or friend. After the names are read, everyone was welcomed to light another candle in memory of other family and friends who have died in the past. As a gift, the families will receive one personalized glass ornament in memory of their loved one to hang on their Christmas Tree as a gift from the Hall family and staff. Mike Hall, owner of Hall’s, expressed “This annual service of remembrance has helped many families honor their loved ones, and has provided a safe place to express their feelings and ultimately brings hope to each family. In this Christmas Season, cherish your family and friends, and tell them how much you love them and what they mean to you.” Refreshments will be served afterwards. All are welcome to attend. Please call Hall’s at 354-6025 or 832-5541 to respond.
Please join everyone at Hall's in welcoming Laura Conway as our newest Funeral Director and Tribute Team Member! Laura Conway grew up in Livermore Falls, Maine and after graduating High School went on to college at SMCC to obtain a degree in Radiography. Laura graduated from SMCC in 2006 and started working at Southern Maine Health Care as a CT Technologist. When Laura started working at SMHC she was looking for a place to live, when one of her co-workers told her about a friend. He was living alone, so Laura moved in with him as a roommate. It was a match made in heaven and in 2009 Laura and Eric married at the Bethel Inn with many friends and family members to celebrate. While working at SMHC and Mercy Hospital Laura obtained her degree from American Academy McAllister Institute of Funeral Services in 2013 and started her apprenticeship in Biddeford before coming to Hall Funeral Homes. Laura enjoys dance, field hockey, hiking, sitting by a camp fire and spending time with her family. But she especially enjoys shopping. Laura looks forward to becoming a part of the community and local gatherings, and to helping families celebrate their loved one's lives in meaningful and unique ways.
Hall’s Is Now Accepting Old American Flags for Honorable Disposal Hall Funeral Home and Tribute Centers are now accepting old American flags for honorable disposal at their three Tribute Center locations in Waldoboro, Thomaston and Boothbay. Community members are encouraged to bring their well-loved American flags to any of these locations during normal business hours for Hall staff to care for in a dignified and respectful manner. “At Hall, our hearts are full of love and respect for the United States and for all active duty and veteran military families,” stated Mike Hall, president. “When a veteran passes, we always do the most that we can to honor that person’s military career. The men and women who serve our country, and their families, have made huge sacrifices for which we are humbled,” commented Jason Guest, Director and Tribute Team Leader at Hall. The proper way to dispose of an old American flag is through burning. Here is what they plan to do with the old flags: “In an effort to follow the proper protocol for flag disposal, we will be draping the worn flags, when available, over the caskets of veterans whose families choose cremation, with their permission. This is a dignified way to honor our veterans during their final disposition and to show respect for the flag and for what it stands,” said Liz Hall. Hall’s encourage you to bring your worn American flags to any of their three locations: 949 Main Street in Waldoboro; 975 Wiscasset Road in Boothbay; 78 Main Street in Thomaston. For more information, questions or to schedule a drop-off, please contact Hall’s at 832-5541, 633-2171 or 354-6025.

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949 Main St , P.O. Box 363
Waldoboro, ME 04572
Phone: 207-832-5541 / 1-855-826-HALL (4255)
Fax: 207-832-6346
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Dear Mike, We could not have been happier with the services Jason and Jordan provided at your funeral home for our mother, Judy Cook. They were so helpful, so thoughtful, so patient with all of us that we felt like we were with family. I am so thankful someone recommended purchasing Mom's services ahead of time. It took so much off my plate that was already too full. The professionalism shown by all of you was only matched by your genuine care, concern and respect. Thank you all for making this part of our lives easier. Sincerely, Cathie Parkhurst and siblings, Septemeber, 2013
Boothbay, September 13, 2013
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