Hal and Natalie Hallock Found Dead in Their State College Home.

By | December 5, 2019

Death – Obituaries : (MARKET NEWS) – Friends and families are mourning the death of Hal Hallock , a substitute teacher and his wife Natalie Hallock, who was found dead in their State College, PA Home.

Hal Hallock and his wife were found passed away yesterday in their home on West Prospect Avenue in State College on Wednesday afternoon.

State College police said that at about 1:45 p.m. they found an elderly man and woman deceased inside the home after being notified by family members who were concerned because the couple was not answering the door. According to a report by statecollege.com 

Hal and Natalie Hallock Found Dead their State College Home.

Cause of Death.

We have no information at the moment on what cause the death of Hal and Natalie Hallock . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.

Tributes.

The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.

Hal Hallock and his wife were found passed away today in their home.
I didn’t know much about him but do know he was wildly eccentric and very nice.

He had been a substitute teacher years ago when I was in school and he always had lambchop sideburns and a pompadour like Elvis.

He will forever be associated with purple… purple clothes, purple Harley, purple Vette & purple house.
The story was that when his father met his mother she was wearing a purple dress so his father had everything painted purple.

RIP, Mr Hallock & thanks for making school a little bit more colorful.

https://www.statecollege.com/…/two-found-dead-inside-stat…/…

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For those who remember the substitute teacher a local icon Hal Hallock, he and his wife passed away and were found in their home today.

He is probably best remembered for his mutton chop side burns and the Oriole everything – classic ‘vette, Harley, house and slingshot car, not to mention the top hats, jackets and various other articles of clothing. He was a great artist and always encouraged students.

If you ever ran into him in town he always had the time to chat with you on just about any topic.

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