To this family who has touched so many: May God richly bless you through this
trying time. Stan will always be with us through his family who continue to
follow his values.
Jeff Craig, friend of Stan's kids
Stan Hall is one to be remembered for his quiet mannerism and his willingness to
help wherever he could. His faith was seen in his character and in his devotion
to God. He was a dear friend and a true brother-in-law. He left behind a moral
and intellectual legacy that cannot be surpassed. He will be missed forever. I
thank God for all the memories of our association.
Clyde Whitener, Jr., brother-In-Law
I worked with Stan off and on at Hughes Radar Systems, where he was a national
expert in electronic warfare systems. With his gruff voice he would always cut to
the heart of the issue under discussion. I last saw him at the Raytheon office in
Arlington, Virginia. He remembered me and we had a nice chat, even though it had been
several years since I left Hughes. He will be missed by everyone who knew him.
David Beerman, former colleague
Stan, you were such a gentleman. May God Bless you and your family!
Cathy Edwards, co-worker at Raytheon
It saddened me to learn that Stan was onboard the flight that crashed into the
Pentagon. So many of America's best and brightest were lost that day. I worked
for Stan at Hughes Aircraft Radar Systems Group (now Raytheon) in the 1980s as a
young software engineer. Stan was always willing to share his wealth of
knowledge of the electronic warfare field. He was an asset to his company and his country.
Cheryl Bogler, former employee