Harvey J. Hall, longtime resident of Placerville, CA, passed away November 4th, 2012. He was born March 7, 1939 in Redfield, So. Dakota, the son of Harvey and Margaret Hall. Harvey's career began as a teacher in the San Diego area. After earning his Master's Degree at California Western Univ., Harvey moved to Placerville with former wife, Kathryn, and their two sons in 1972, becoming Superintendant /Principal at Gold Oak School in Pleasant Valley, CA, and served the district for 14 years. In 1984 he left the school system to pursue a career as a real estate broker, enjoying nearly 25 years in that profession before retiring. Harvey loved sports, excelling in basketball during his high school and college years, and was an avid fisherman all his life. Harvey was reunited with and married his high school sweetheart late in life. They enjoyed two wonderful years together, traveling and exploring new places on cruises before illness caused her untimely passing. During his last years, Harvey continued to enjoy cruising with his brother Jerry and his wife Kathy, and especially enjoyed taking his sons on an Alaskan cruise. The kindness of neighbors and visits with friends and family meant a lot to him during this time. Preceded in death by his parents and by his loving wife, Joan Wagner-Hall, Harvey will be deeply missed by his family and friends. He is survived by sons Mark (Jennifer) of Cameron Park, CA, and Matthew (Kay) of Garden Valley, CA; grandson Matthew (Cathi) of Kyburz, CA (great grandchildren Chelle, Dani and AJ Brachi), grandsons Christopher of Arcata, CA, Jason of So. Lake Tahoe, CA, and granddaughter Sarah of Cameron Park; his brother Jerald (Kathy) of Fresno, CA, nephew Harvey and nieces Lisa and Christy. It wasn't Harvey's desire that a formal service be held upon his passing, but the family would appreciate your prayers, and ask that in lieu of flowers, remembrances be made to the American Diabetes Association.