Alum Hadley Hall (MSW '61), founder of San Francisco AIDS Hospice, dies at 87

August 25, 2020

Hadley Hall (MSW '61) founded the San Francisco AIDS Hospice in 1984 to ensure that individuals with AIDS had access to care and services at a time of fear and stigma around AIDS. He dedicated his career and volunteering to supportive services for the elderly, disabled, and terminally ill, including San Francisco Home Health Service, the 30th Street Senior Center, Meals on Wheels, and Openhouse, the city’s only retirement home targeted specifically at seniors in the LGBTQ+ community. He has died at 87.

We are proud to call him an alum and we salute him for his lifetime of service to others.

SF Chronicle