Eric Arthur Hall -- Lanesboro

LANESBORO -- A memorial service for Eric Arthur Hall will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Lanesboro, with the Rev. Kerry Eversole officiating.

Mr. Hall, 44, of Minnesota City, formerly of Lanesboro, died Wednesday (April 1, 2004) at his home.

Born June 13, 1959, in St. Paul, he moved to Lanesboro in 1962, graduated from Lanesboro High School in 1977, and attended vocational-technical schools in Rochester and Austin. Mr. Hall lived in Lanesboro until 1984 and then in Holmen, Wis., St. Charles and Elba before moving to the Minnesota City area in 1989. He was a heavy equipment operator for Winona Excavating Co. He was married and later divorced.

Survivors include two sons, Nicklas of Rushford and Cole of Altura; his parents, Curt and Jean Hall of Lanesboro; and four brothers, Mark (Kristine) of Mankato, Kris (Marsha) of Winona, Andy of Minneapolis and Cory of Lake Tahoe, Calif.

Friends may call an hour before the service Sunday at the church.


Johnson-Riley Funeral Home in Lanesboro is in charge of arrangements.

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