Geoff Hall’s Westford Tales

Geoff Hall continues to capture stories of members from the Westford community. Westford Tales, focusing on residents’ memories of Westford throughout the years.

Geoffrey D. Hall is a third generation Westfordite. Upon his retirement as a teacher/State representative in 2008 he has been active with the Westford Historical Society serving as President from 2014-2016. He is past president of the Westford Academy Alumni Association having been a graduate of WA in 1966. Presently Geoff is serving as president of the Westford Academy Board of Trustees.

His love of history and Westford has drawn him to produce several documentaries involving the town’s history. He says that without the guidance of the many volunteers he has worked with none of these would have been possible. 

In Geoff’s latest interview with Shirley Burne MacDougall. Geoff explores with Shirley, her life of growing up on Boston Road, attending Westford Schools and raising a family in the town where she has lived 93 of her 94 years. (2022)

This interview features the one and only Helena “Mickey” Crocker, a veritable legend in Westford History Circles. (2021)

An exclusive interview with Geoff Hall “Growing up in the “One and Only” Forge Village (Westford MA) with Josephine Patricia (Connell) Hartley”, (2021)

Geoff Hall’s first interview is with local author and town historian, June Kennedy, who talks about her nearly 60 years in Westford.(2017)