Percy Hall Memorial Fund
An icon in the Ohio music scene for over 65 years, Percy Hall touched thousands of lives during his time as a public school band, orchestra, and choral director in the greater Mansfield area, first in the Madison School System, and then for 35 years at Mansfield Senior High School. He also served for many years as the supervisor of music for the Mansfield City Schools. After his retirement from public school teaching, he taught for 10 years as an adjunct music professor at Ashland University, helping to prepare the next generation of music educators. He was a composer and a prolific arranger of countless pieces for band, orchestra, and ensembles - many which have been published. He was a member of the Mansfield Symphony, a conductor of the Mansfield Youth Strings, assistant conductor of the Mansfield Youth Symphony, and he coordinated and directed many school outreach programs and summer public concert series across North Central Ohio.
In memory of his work as a beloved teacher and mentor to countless students, and to commemorate his lifelong commitment to the Mansfield Symphony and its student organizations, the Percy Hall Memorial Fund seeks to honor Percy's legacy by supporting meaningful music education opportunities for youth in the North Central Ohio area.