Belfast Telegraph

Tributes to Trevor William Hall who fell from scaffolding in Randalstown

By Laura Abernethy

A man has died after he fell from scaffolding at his Co Antrim home.

Trevor William Hall, believed to be in his 50s, died on Saturday after falling from the scaffolding at his home on Branch Road in Randalstown.

In a funeral notice his family paid tribute to a "much loved son, loving brother, dear brother-in-law and beloved uncle".

His parents Mildred and Randal, brother Derek, sister-in-law Olive, niece Sarah and nephews Simon and Peter said he "will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed".

Mr Hall's funeral is due to take place later today at Drummaul Parish Church at 1pm.

South Antrim MLA Trevor Clarke said he knew Mr Hall as they had served on the board of Randalstown Central Primary School together.

He said he had been devastated to hear the news of his sudden death.

"It was such a shock when I heard it at the weekend," he said. "I sat with him on the board of governors for a number of years. He was a very quiet man and he comes from quite a private family, but he was a very decent man and I really was very sad to hear of his death.

"I know the Hall family and my thoughts are with them all at this time."

Councillor Linda Clarke said: "This was a very tragic death and I will be thinking of the Hall family."

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