Hall To Lead Piazza’s Family Court Judge Campaign
Charles T. Hall, a Chautauqua County native who earned a bachelor’s degree from Duke University, an MBA from Wharton, and a JD from SUNY Buffalo Law School, has been practicing law with Jeffrey Piazza for over 20 years. Hall and has accepted the position of campaign chairman for Piazza’s run for Chautauqua County Family Court Judge.
“I am disappointed at the thought of losing Jeff as a partner,” Hall said. “However, I understand his desire to be of service to the children and families of Chautauqua County. Jeff has the knowledge, experience and temperament to be an outstanding judge. I am sure the voters will see that Jeff is the clear choice for Family Court judge.”
Hall served as an officer in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam era, and continued his leadership by applying himself to community issues when he returned from working as a CPA in Philadelphia to serve with then Mayor Stan Lundine in the role of chief financial officer for the city of Jamestown. He later entered the private practice of law, and has been a volunteer with the United Way, Ss. Peter & Paul Roman Catholic Church and school, as well as various foundations and civic groups.
As a result of his service to others, Hall was awarded the Community Service Award by the Jamestown Bar Association in 2000, the Good Scout award from the Allegheny Highlands Council Boy Scouts in 2001 and the John D. Hamilton award by the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation in 2002.
“Chuck has always been an active community member. With his wealth of experience, passion and love of Chautauqua County he makes the ideal chairman,” Piazza said. “I have known and worked with Chuck for many years and I am honored that a man of his stature and commitment to our area would volunteer to lead my campaign, and I look forward to working side by side with him as we campaign across our County.”
Piazza lives in Kiantone with his wife Evelyn, son Billy and daughter Ally. He is running to become the new Family Court judge in Chautauqua County and is a candidate in the Sept. 9 primaries on the Republican, Independence and Conservative lines.