The Honourable Roy N. Hall
1962 - 1989 Justice of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal
Roy Norman Hall was born in Ponteix, Saskatchewan, where he received his elementary school education. He attended high school in Shaunavon and received a law degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 1943. After graduation, he joined the Royal Canadian Air Force and became a navigator in the Pacific.
In 1946, Mr. Hall returned from the war and joined the law firm of Diefenbaker and Culeneare. He worked on many criminal cases with John Diefenbaker. They were in partnership until 1957, when Mr. Diefenbaker was elected Prime Minister.
Mr. Hall married Sheila McLeod in 1948 and they had two sons. He served as the president of the Prince Albert Bar Association and the Prince Albert Cosmopolitan Club.
In 1962, Justice Hall was appointed to the Court of Appeal. He served on the Court until his retirement in 1989. The Honourable Roy Hall died in Regina on March 25, 2006.