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Willa Jeanne Rosean Hall

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Willa Hall

November 28, 1930 ~ September 8, 2013

Willa Hall of Wenatchee, WA passed away on September 8, 2013. She was born in Columbus, MT on November 28, 1930 and was a Montana girl to the very end, but also loved her adopted state of WA. She graduated from Montana State University in Missoula, with a degree in teaching and taught P.E. and Home-Ec in Coos Bay, OR, Glendive and Helena, MT. In Helena, she met and married Bob Hall. There they started a family and made several moves to Great Falls and Billings, MT, along with Spokane, WA. She spent most of the years as a stay-at-home mom, with a traveling husband, trying to keep up with three energetic boys. After the boys had left the nest and Bob had retired, they traveled extensively, camping and visiting almost all 50 states. They eventually moved to WA to be near two of their three children. They enjoyed several years on the Olympic Peninsula, before finally ending up in Wenatchee. She enjoyed the outdoors, with camping, hiking and birdwatching. Her sense of humor gave her the nickname of Silly Willy.

She is survived by her children, Kelly and Beth Hall of Littleton, CO, Kevin and Cheryl Hall of Wenatchee, Roger and Colleen Hall of Mukilteo WA; grandchildren, Kevin Twitchell of Elkton MD, Jenna and Rob Veatch, both of Seattle, WA and Jordan Hall of Mukilteo, WA.

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