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Local Musical Duo Honored

Story By: Lauren Artino



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Their weekly choir practice is held Wednesday evenings, but Percy and Nancy Hall were forced to miss it.

Parishioners gathered to celebrate and say "thank you" to the musical team who have served the church and our community for more than 60 years.

Nancy started playing piano in the first grade and says she was always interested in learning to play the organ. She took lessons in college and hasn't stopped playing since.

The newlyweds moved to Mansfield and as luck had it, Linden Road Presbyterian needed an Organist. Nancy took the job, while Percy taught music in local schools for 41 years.

After retiring in 1993, Percy joined his wife at the Church as Choir Director. 

Nancy says retirement isn't on their minds just yet, but they'll stop when feel like they're not doing their best.




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