Former Mississippi Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall has died. He was 84.
“Mississippi lost one of its longest tenured public servants and I lost a great friend and mentor,” said MDOT Executive Director Brad White. “Commissioner Hall led by example and my life is much better because of the major role he played in it.”
Hall was appointed Central District Transportation Commissioner by Governor Kirk Fordice on April 12, 1999, to fill an unexpired term. He served as Central Transportation Commissioner until his retirement in 2019.
Hall also served 24 years in…