Milestones August 2015

Deaths Hall—Thomas S. Hall, 93, in August 2014, in Bellingham, Wash., with family and friends around him in love and support. Tom was born in New York City and grew up during the Great Depression. Despite the loss of his mother to diphtheria when he was quite young, and changing schools many times before graduation, he excelled academically. A Methodist family he knew in his youth influenced him to embrace peace and justice, by demonstrating “the behavioral equivalent of consciousness,” as he would say. In World War II, he refused to register for the draft, serving an 18‐month🔒

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