As you have probably heard by now former Auburn noseguard Harold Hallman passed away this week. His death hit me like a ton of bricks. He's someone I haven't thought about in a long time but the mention of his name brings back wonderful memories.
Hallman helped anchor the defense of those great Auburn teams of the early 1980's. Along with Ben Thomas, Greg Carr and Doug Smith, Hallman lead one of the best defenses to ever wear orange and blue.
Below are the details of his funeral services on Thursday courtesy of Inside the Auburn Tigers...
Macon, Ga.--Funeral services are scheduled on Thursday for former Auburn University All-SEC football player Harold Hallman.
Services are set for 1 p.m. EST at the Beulah Land Bible Church in Macon, Ga.
Hallman earned All-SEC honors for Coach Pat Dye's Tigers as a senior in 1985. He was a three-year letterman who played on the 1983 SEC Championship team.
Hallman died Dec. 23 in a Macon hospital after surgical complications. He is survived by mother, father, twin sister, two daughters and two sons.
Hallman was a popular player with Auburn fans and his teammates who was known as a hard-working and very strong football performer.
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