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Robert Alden Furman
May 14
The Hall's were family friends of my parents when they lived in St Johnsbury Center in the early 1950's. Rod visited my parents in So. Royalton back in the early 70s, and we spent some time together. He was a good guy, very likeable and quirky in a fun way. I regret los... Continue Reading
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Fred Nouvertne
May 13
Miss Rodney. Got to know him well while I lived in Milton. Ride on , Rodney.
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Stephen C. Knapp
May 12
Sharon, Larry and family. So sorry to hear about Rod. Hadn't seen him for long time. He evidently died, enjoying something that he loved and we can take that as a blessing!! We had many good times together growing up and he loved to play basketball at the old cent... Continue Reading
Sarah Roseborough
May 12
Rodney was a loyal friend and a gifted man i learned plenty from Rodney as a soldier and a coworker there is a place in heaven for him what a good man God bless Rodney
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Gary Gratton
May 12
Rodney Hall was quite the character , worked with Rod at CJ, if I was in a pinch; I could always count on Rodney to help me out. I will miss you Rodney
Gary Gratton
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Bernard Valley
May 11
Please except my deepest sympathies, I worked with Rodney at CJ, he was a hard worker with many talents, we had many laughs together, he would give the shirt off his back to help someone in need, he was a great Vermonter.
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John Thomas
May 11
Tami and Family
You lost a beloved family member and I lost my favorite "Wingman". My deepest sympathies.
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Karleen Place
May 11
Sharon and Larry, I’m so sorry to read of your loss. My heart goes out to your family.
Sending prayers for strength, comfort and peace during this very sad time.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Karleen Place
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JOAN DEMAG
May 11
Tami and family, Such a tragedy. My heart breaks for your loss. Every time it thunders someone is starting their Harley in Heaven.
Motorcycle was posted for undefined.
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Matt Middlemiss
May 10
Rodney was more than a customer, he was a friend. He would always ask us if WE needed anything whenever he stopped in or called. He called and asked to borrow a mini fridge when his fridge stopped working and of course we were happy to help. He loved his motorcycle and p... Continue Reading
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Fred Nouvertne
May 13
90 k in 3 years? wow!