Thursday, June 8, 2006
Magazine features county administrator
County administrator and road manager Larry Hall was featured in in the May 2006 issue of the “Mississippi Supervisor,” a magazine published by the Mississippi Association of Supervisors.
He is current president of the Mississippi Association of Administrators and Comptrollers.
The story touches on Hall’s philosophy of life, work and what he thinks is worth pursuing.
Hall tells how he became interested in collecting train memorabilia, the story of how he come to construct “The Hall Short Line,” a homestyle railway on his farm in Cornersville, and his attitude toward work since buying a bulldozer at age 19 to help pay his way through college. In Hall’s rambling and get-it-done conversational tone, he speaks of his practical upbringing at Ingomar in Union County, 25 years in the dozer business with his father Bobby, and how he and his father came to work train derailments and rail maintenance for numerous companies before he came to work for the Marshall County Board of Supervisors.
Hall began work with the county as road manager and was named county administrator in the early 1990s.
He is past president of the Road Managers Association. He lives with his wife Pam, whom he met at Ole Miss while studying for a bachelor’s in business administration, on their farm in southeast Marshall County. The Halls have two children - Amy who lives in Nashville, Tenn., and Justin, who works locally for an engineering firm.
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