Kayla Hallman Obituary, Death – On October 12, 2018, at the age of 80 years old, Linford H. Hallman, who was a resident of Perkasie, passed away in a calm and serene manner. When he passed away, he was survived by his cherished companion Patricia (Weaver), to whom he had been married for more than 52 years at the time of his passing away. In spite of the fact that both of his parents, Howard and Anna Hallman, had already passed away before he was born, he was delivered on January 7th, 1938 in Quakertown.
He was his parents’ son. Linford received his diploma from Souderton High School in 1956, the same year that he was a part of the school’s graduating class of that same year. He had been a member of the United Association of Steamfitters Local 420 in Philadelphia for the past six decades, making him one of the longest-serving members of the organization. In addition to that, he worked as an usher at the St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church in Sellersville, where he had been a member for the previous 52 years.
He was an ardent follower of every single sports team that was associated with the city of Philadelphia. His favorite team was the Philadelphia Eagles. At the lake cottage that belonged to his family, he was looking forward to spending time with his extended family as well as the people he considered to be his closest friends. His family was his first and main affection, and he cherished the occasions on which they were able to spend high-quality time together as a unit.
He was grateful for the chances they had. In addition to his wife Patricia, he is survived by his children Kris DiGregorio and her husband Richard, Scott and his wife Tracy, and Keith and his wife Jennifer; grandchildren Stephen and Marissa DiGregorio, Emma and Jacob Hallman, and Stephen Bradley, Jr.; and a brother named William Hallman. He is also survived by his wife Patricia. Patricia, who was his wife, is another person who will miss him. She also has a sizeable number of nieces, nephews, and other members of her extended family who will miss her dearly.