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To the family of

Harold J. Sorrell

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Stallings Funeral Home, P.A. We offer our most sincere condolences for your loss.
Bill,Cindy and Claire Christensen We are truly sorry to hear of the loss of your father.Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. We will pray for each one of you.
Sam and Juanita Chapman It was great sadness for us when we learned of the passing of our friend Hal. We served together in Alaska (USAF) before it became a state (1952). We also worked together for many years at the National Security Agency and have been in steady contact after retirement. Or sympathy goes out to the Sorrell family. We pray for the earthly family as Hal joins Connie for eternity.
Ross & Lois Wauldron We are so saddened by the loss of our friend and former co-worker. Although retired for more than 25 years, and no longer living in Maryland, Hal and I stay in touch and visited on those occasions when we returned for a visit. Your loss is our loss. God love him and may he rest in peace. Ross & Lois Wauldron
Patricia Rennie Sorry for your loss. Sending healing prayers to you and your family. My sincere condolences. Patricia
Carole Pollack Hal and I were in my first carpool in 1962. Red Kepner, Agnes Griffin, and Jim Perry were also in this carpool to NSA. He was always a good guy. I will miss him at the old folks luncheons
Verna Suit I'm very sorry to hear of Hal's passing. I have many good memories of working with him on the TREC Project at NIST after his retirement from DOD. He will be sorely missed by many of us. R.I.P. Hal.
James McLaughlin My sincere condolences to the family. When one passes on,it is always too soon.
Carole Pollack Hal was my first carpool (1962) to work. Red Kepner,Agnes Griffin, and Jim Perry were also in this carpool. Hal was always a very nice man.

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