Newspaper article The Tuscaloosa News

Tuscaloosa Builder Curtis Hall Dies of Cancer

Newspaper article The Tuscaloosa News

Tuscaloosa Builder Curtis Hall Dies of Cancer

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Curtis Hall, co-owner of Hall Taylor Construction, has died. He was 60 years old.

Hall is probably best known for his company, which builds large- scale commercial projects like churches, banks and schools, including Shelton State Community College, Hillcrest High School, Tuscaloosa County High, Northport Elementary and the new Brookwood High School, said his lifelong friend and business partner Roger Taylor.

Taylor and Hall started their company in 1981, initially doing construction, surveying and engineering.

Commercial projects were something that Hall really enjoyed, Taylor said.

"Curtis loved to develop, to buy an old piece of property and build something new, build it from the ground up," Taylor said.

Outside of work, Hall enjoyed hunting and fishing. He spent a lot of time at a farm in Sumter County and also traveled to Africa, Alaska, Costa Rica and Texas. He would hunt and fish wherever he traveled.

"Wherever there was a fish or deer or bear or moose, we'd go," Taylor said. …

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