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DHHL deputy director is retiring months after appointment

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An Abercrombie appointee is leaving only months after his appointment.

Bobby Hall, deputy director of the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, will be retiring, agency Chairman Alapaki Nahale-a announced today .

Nahale-a said he had a lot of respect for Hall’s service to the state and the community.

Hall, 57, a state employee who formerly served as an executive assistant, has also been a member of the Peter Moon Band.

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