Charles G. Hall

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Charles Gustave "Pat" Hall
Born (1930-11-15)November 15, 1930
Rock Island, Illinois, USA
Died April 25, 2012(2012-04-25) (aged 81)
Cheyenne, Wyoming
Alma mater Creighton University
Occupation Photojournalist
Spouse(s) Michela "Mickey" Zaccone Hall (died 2009)

David C. Hall
Steven M. Hall
Kerry P. Hall
Laurel VanMaren

Shelly Schroff

Charles Gustave Hall, known as Pat Hall (November 15, 1930 - April 25, 2012) was a photojournalist from Nebraska and Wyoming.

A native of Rock Island, Illinois, he was a United States Navy veteran of the Korean War, in which he served as an aerial photographer, with duties aboard the USS Essex (CV-9). He attended Roman Catholic-affiliated Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. He worked at KMTV, the CBS affiliate in Omaha, as a producer from 1962 to 1965 for the later NBC anchorman Tom Brokaw. Hall was nominated three times for a Pulitzer Prize in photojournalism. He photographed each U.S. President from Harry Truman to Ronald W. Reagan.[1]

He also worked for the Omaha World-Herald, the Milwaukee Journal in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the defunct Louisville Times in Louisville, Kentucky. Since 1968, he had resided in Cheyenne, where he was on the staff of Wyoming Wildlife magazine, the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, and the Wyoming State Museum. In 1976, he served as the executive director of the Wyoming Bicentennial Commission. He became the first editor of High Country News based in Lander, Wyoming.[1]

Hall was a member of the historic St. Mary's Catholic Cathedral on Capitol Avenue in downtown Cheyenne. His wife, the former Michela "Mickey" Zaccone, died in 2009. Hall died in Cheyenne at the age of eighty-one. He is survived by five children, David C. Hall (wife Mary), Steven M. Hall (wife Cindy Madsen), and Kerry Patrick Hall (wife Pam), all of Cheyenne, Laurel VanMaren (husband David) of Fort Collins, Colorado, and Shelly Schroff of Laramie, Wyoming, fourteen grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Charles G. Hall obituary". Wyoming Tribune Eagle. Retrieved May 21, 2012. 
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