Louis Hall calls it quits as an institution in the state Capitol

May 02, 2014 | | Comments 1

By Jack Brammer

FRANKFORT — Louis Hall Sr., an institution in the Kentucky Capitol for his nearly 52 years of service to the state’s high court and 62 years as a state employee, retired Friday.

Hall, 83, spent part of the afternoon taking down photos of state politicians he has known from a wall of his wood-paneledLouis Hall small office next to the stately Supreme Court chambers on the second floor of the Capitol.

Hall, who had the title of part-time judicial clerk, kept charge of supplies for the court.

“Time to quit,” he said.

“Everyone in the Capitol will miss him,”said Supreme Court Clerk Susan Stokley Clary.




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  1. Lora Adkins says:

    The second floor of the Capitol won’t be the same without Louis. He will be missed!