The Placemarks on this Google Earth KMZ file represent every place that David Hall has lived.
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Where David & Joan Hall Have Lived
2001 (Dec) to present - 725 Atwood Drive, Tallmadge Ohio (Joan’s childhood home).
We moved in with Joan’s parents. Brigitta was born (six weeks early) just four days after we arrived. In August of 2002 I was hired to teach computers at Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish School in Cuyahoga Falls. We bought the home on Atwood Drive from Joan’s parents. Annika was born eleven weeks early in March of 2005.
2000 (Feb) to 2001 (Dec) – 1803 Wooten Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Joan and I bought our first home together on Wooten Road in Colorado Springs. This house was a fixer-upper. We decided to move to Ohio. I spent most of the summer and fall of 2001 making this house sellable.
1998 (June) to 2000 (Feb) – 327 Lovell Gulch Road, Woodland Park, Colorado.
Joan and I moved to Woodland Park, Colorado. I taught as a student teacher at South Street Elementary in Castle Rock Colorado. I finished school and was hired to teach first grade at Mark Twain Elementary in Colorado Springs School District #11. Svea was born while we lived in Woodland Park. I was a member of the local VFD.
1995 (Dec 8th) to 1998 (June) – (David & Joan) 4870 Portrait Place, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Joan and I married and moved to our first home together in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Joan worked at Brian Keys and Associates Architecture for all six years that we lived in Colorado. I began to substitute teach in Colorado Springs School District #11. I enrolled in graduate school at Regis University.
1994 (Oct) to 1995 (Aug) – (Joan) – Hawaiian Monarch, Niu Street, Apt. 3104 B, Honolulu, Hawaii
This studio apartment was the second place that Joan had ever lived.
1994 (Dec) to (1995 (Aug) – (David) – Lanihale Place, Honolulu, Hawaii
My second place in Hawaii was on Lanihali Place in Honolulu. My roommates were Jim Slobodzian and Bruce (Bell?). Later Rich moved in. While living there I met Joan Wilsterman, who would become my wife. In 1995 I earned an Associate of Science / Fire Science Degree.
1994 (Aug to Dec) – (David) – Kaalawai Place, Honolulu, Hawaii
My first place in Hawaii was on Kaalawai Place in Honolulu. One of my roommates (A J) also was from Alaska. I lived there for the fall semester of 1994 while I studied fire science at Honolulu Community College / U. of H.
1992 to 1994 (Aprox) – 11060 Glazanof Drive, Anchorage, Alaska
John Bierhart, Tim McKittrick and I moved up to the hillside house on Glazanof Drive. Louis Hebert and another John moved in with us. Later, a couple of German pilots (Peter and Jan) moved in with us for a few months.
1990 to 1992 (Aprox) – 2101 Jefferson Ave., Anchorage, Alaska
The second “Batcave”. I moved in to the Jefferson Ave., house with John Bierhart, Steve Wight, and Tim McKittrick. Rex Gist later moved in with us. In 1991 I earned a Bachelors in Art in Photography.
1989 to 1990 – 9336 Blackberry Street, Unit 21, Anchorage, Alaska
I moved back to my father’s condo for the 89 – 90 school year.
1989 to 1994 (6 Summers) – Mile 52.7 Park’s Highway, Houston, Alaska
My brother’s house in Houston Alaska was the HQ for Gorilla Fireworks. I lived in the downstairs unit for several summers with Charlie Bader, Dan Meehan and a few others. I was a member of the local VFD.
1988 (Summer) – Mall by Nye Ford, Wasilla, Alaska
This was the one year that fireworks were legal in Wasilla Alaska.
1987 to 1989 (Aprox) – 12841 Johns Road, Anchorage, Alaska
The first “Batcave”. Sheryl, my friend Steve Wight and I moved into a house on John’s Road in Oceanview, Anchorage, Alaska. At this house I built the Batmobile and painted my Hippy Van. My parents remarried (again).
1987 (Summer) - Mile 52 Park’s Highway, Houston, Alaska
This was the first very successful year for Gorilla fireworks and the first in the Matanuska Valley.
1986 to 1987 (Aprox) – Glenn Haven Drive, Anchorage, Alaska
My sister and I lived in a condominium on Glenn Haven Drive, Anchorage, Alaska. Sheryl and I spent nearly all of December 1986 traveling in Great Britain.
1986 (Summer) - East End Road, Homer Alaska
My brother Robert and I ran a fireworks stand on East End Road in Homer Alaska during the summer of 1986.
1985 to 1986 (Aprox) – 9336 Blackberry Street, Unit 21, Anchorage, Alaska
I attended the University of Alaska – Anchorage for the next six and one half years. During my first year at UAA, I lived in my father’s condominium. My father was appointed as Health Director for the North Slope Borough in 1985 and lived in Barrow, Alaska.
1985 (Summer) – Stariski Creek (New Cabin), Alaska
I stayed with my mother in her new house in Stariski Creek Alaska. I reopened my fireworks business in Anchor Point.
1985 Spring Semester – UAF - Nerland Dorm, Fairbanks, Alaska
I attended the University of Alaska – Fairbanks for the spring semester of 1985. Charlie Bader was my roommate.
1984 Fall Semester – Linfield College, Anderson Hall, McMinnville, Oregon
I attended Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon for the fall semester of 1984. I was not happy there.
1981 to 1984 – 9336 Blackberry Street, Unit 21, Anchorage, Alaska
I moved in with my father when my mother moved to Whiskey Gulch Alaska. I lived with my father while attending grades ten through twelve.
1981 to 1983 (Summers) – Stariski Creek Alaska
My mother married a man and moved to Stariski Creek (North of Anchor Point) Alaska. I spent the summers of my high school years in Whiskey Gulch, Anchor Point and Homer. In 1983 I started my fireworks business in Anchor Point.
1981 – Minerva Way, Anchorage, Alaska. I lived here while attending grade nine.
My parents divorced (again). My mother moved into a condominium on Minerva Way, Anchorage, Alaska. My father bought a condominium on Blackberry Street, Anchorage, Alaska.
1975 to 1981 – Town and Country Street, Anchorage, Alaska
The Hall Family moved to Town and Country Street, Anchorage, Alaska. I lived here while attending grades four through eight.
1973 to 1975 – Kent Street, Anchorage, Alaska
My parents remarried. The Hall Family moved to Kent Street, Anchorage, Alaska. My father became the Health Director of the Municipality of Anchorage. I lived here while attending grades two and three.
1971 to 1973 - West 42nd Place, Anchorage, Alaska
My mother sister and I moved to Wyoming Drive, Anchorage, Alaska. My father and brothers moved to Sheldon Jackson Street, Anchorage, Alaska. My father served as the Alaska Liaison for the US Dept of Health, Education & Welfare. My mother worked as a secretary for the Anchorage Municipal Street Maintenance. I lived here while attending grades kindergarten and first.
1971 Wyoming Drive, Anchorage, Alaska.
My parents divorced in 1971. My mother sister and I moved to Wyoming Drive, Anchorage, Alaska. My father and brothers moved to 34th Avenue, Anchorage, Alaska. Both residences were temporary.
1969 to 1970 – 943 Calhoun Drive, Juneau, Alaska
My father became the Commissioner of Health & Welfare for the State of Alaska. The Hall Family moved to Juneau, Alaska. I began kindergarten.
1967 to 1969 – 2741 West 62 Avenue, (Connor’s Lake) Anchorage, Alaska
The Hall Family moved to Connor’s Lake, Anchorage, Alaska
1965 to 1967 – 2305 North Star Street, Anchorage, Alaska
My father became the Director of the United Way. The Hall family moved to Anchorage in 1965.
1965 (Birth) – 3rd Street, Cordova, Alaska
I was born in Cordova Alaska on March 6th, 1965 to Robert and Helen Hall. My father was the minister of the American Baptist Church. My sister, Sheryl, also was born in Cordova. My brothers Robert and Mark were born in Oakland California.
13,500 miles moved