Lee Hall - Chairman of the Dragon Run Steering
KING AND QUEEN -
Edward Lee Hall, age 61, of King and Queen, Va., died
Friday, March 1, 2002, at his home.
His mother, Adelaide
L. Hall, preceded him in death. Mr. Hall was a King
and Queen County Supervisor for the Shanghai District
and an art teacher at the Coventry Elementary School
in York County. He was a deacon of New Hope Memorial
Baptist Church and a member of the King and Queen Ruritans,
Dragon Run Steering Committee.
Mr. Hall is survived
by his wife, Sandra H. Hall; a daughter and her husband,
Susan H. and Keith W. Haden; two sons, Charles L. and
his wife, Melissa A. Hall, and Timothy E. Hall. Grandchildren
are Lacey E. Haden, Russell L., Chelsea L. and Joseph
T. Hall. He is also survived by his father, Russell
L. Hall, and stepmother, Mildred N. Hall; two stepsisters,
Martha Ray Hare and Nancy S. Johnson; a stepbrother,
Bill South; two aunts, Lillian Montgomary and Lula Miller.
A funeral service
will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday at the New Hope Memorial
Baptist Church, Shacklefords, Va., with internment in
the church cemetery. The family will receive friends
from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight at Vincent Funeral Home, West
Memorials can be
sent to New Hope Memorial Baptist Church Building Fund,
HC 74 Box 1695, Shacklefords, 23156, or to the American
Cancer Society, HC 2 Box 576, Shacklefords, VA 23156-9732.
Published in the
Daily Press on 3/2/2002.
James Vincent "Jimmy"
Morgan - Charter Member of Friends of Dragon
Run and a member of the Dragon Run Steering Committee
VIRGINIA ACTS OF ASSEMBLY
An Act to designate the twin bridges on
U.S. Route 17 over Dragon Run at the Gloucester/Middlesex
County boundary the "James Vincent Morgan Bridges."
[H 614] Approved
Be it enacted by the General Assembly
1. § 1. The twin bridges on U.S. Route
17 over Dragon Run at the Gloucester/Middlesex County
boundary are hereby designated the "James Vincent Morgan
Bridges." The Department of Transportation shall place
and maintain appropriate markers indicating this designation.
This designation shall not affect any other designation
heretofore or hereafter applied to these bridges.
The bridges were dedicated on September
7, 2002 in Saluda, Virginia. James Vincent Morgan was
a longtime Gloucester pharmacist who spend much of his
life promoting the preservation and protection of the
Dragon Run. Deeply involved in the Boy Scouts, he spent
many days navigating the obstacles of the Dragon Run
by canoe. He was honored with several conservation awards
for his efforts. In the 1980's, Morgan and others organized
the Friends of Dragon Run that is dedicated to the preservation,
protection and stewardship of the Dragon Run. Today,
the organization is a strong community watershed organization
that owns several hundred acres of land and easements
throughout the Dragon Run. He also served as a member
of the Dragon Run Steering Committee.