Peter Hallock photo album

Here is a slideshow I put together of Peter’s 85th birthday party, against the backdrop of his Fall City home, and music “To the supreme being.”

From the more than thirty years that we have known Peter Hallock, we have many photos, memories and hundreds (maybe thousands!) of letters, emails, and faxes, starting with Carl Crosier’s being hired at the Lutheran Church of Honolulu and looking to Peter for guidance. Go back and re-read my posts, “Peter Hallock — The Hawaii Connection, Part I” and “Peter Hallock — The Hawaii Connection, Part II.” I thought I would share a few of these mementos with you in these his last days.

Here are some recent pictures I’ve taken of Peter on our visits to the Northwest.

Peter at his computer.

Peter at his computer.

At the Issaquah Cafe.

At the Issaquah Cafe.

At St. Mark's Cathedral. The Flentrop organ is Peter's legacy.

At St. Mark’s Cathedral. The Flentrop organ is Peter’s legacy.

In Peter's den.

In Peter’s den.

At a nearby IHOP restaurant.

At a nearby IHOP restaurant.

Peter with Carl Crosier in the den.

Peter with Carl Crosier in the den.

Peter conducts a rehearsal with the Compline Choir at their 50th anniversary.

Peter conducts a rehearsal with the Compline Choir at their 50th anniversary.

With Carl Crosier and Vernon Nicodemus with the Compline Choir 50th anniversary trip to Tillicum Village.

With Carl Crosier and Vernon Nicodemus with the Compline Choir 50th anniversary trip to Tillicum Village.

Fr. Ralph Carskadden presents Peter with his medal.

Fr. Ralph Carskadden presents Peter with his medal.

Peter Hallock (right) with composer friend, Richard Proulx.

Peter Hallock (right) with composer friend, Richard Proulx.

The principals of Ionian Arts: (L-R) Peter Hallock, Carl Crosier, Katherine Crosier, Jeane Turnell

The principals of Ionian Arts: (L-R) Peter Hallock, Carl Crosier, Katherine Crosier, Jeane Turnell

 

 

 

About Katherine Crosier

In addition to playing the organ I am interested in documenting life's special moments through journaling, scrapbooking, photography and slideshow production. My family just groans.
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