Geraldine Hall

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January 12, 2010

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Friday 4-8 p.m. St. Elizabeth Church


10 a.m. Saturdy January 16, 2010


Geraldine “Gerry” Hall, age 69, longtime resident of Westerville, passed away Tuesday January 12, 2010 at Arlington Court Care Center surrounded by loving family. Born and raised in Buffalo, NY. Retired from Bell System after 40 years of service. Member of Bell System Pioneers. Preceded in death by parents, Joseph & Eva Cancelli and sister, Gloria Cancelli. Survived by loving husband of 40 years, Jeffrey F. Hall. Daughters; Susan (Kevin) Wilson of Greensboro, NC; Colleen (Jeremiah) Light of Westerville and Kimberley (Steven) Lindquist of Greenville, SC. Grandchildren, Brian & Matthew Wilson, Brenda & Brookleyn Light, Paige & Jill Lindquist. Brother Dennis (Patricia) Cancelli of Summerville, SC. Cousin Arleen (Richard) Mecca of Buffalo, NY. Numerous nieces and nephews. Friends may call at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church, 6077 Sharon Woods Blvd. Columbus, Ohio Friday 4-8 p.m. where Mass of Christian Burial will be held 10:00 a.m. Saturday January 16, 2010. Fr. Charles E. Cotton, Celebrant. Interment Blendon Central Cemetery Westerville. In lieu of flowers, friends
may contribute to the Gerry Hall Memorial Fund c/o CME Federal Credit Union, 428 South State Street Westerville, Ohio 43081.


Jenni Balcom - Jan 14, 2010

I share in the tremendous loss you feel for such a kind, generous and beautiful woman… a kind soul not to mention excellent cook and comedian! Aunt Gerri brought joy to all she encountered and never let you leave her home on an empty stomach! I am so very grateful fr the time I was able to spend and the fond memories that were shared with her and your family, and I will hold you all near and dear to my heart in the coming days, weeks and years. Losing someone so tremendous on this earth is unfair but she was clearly needed elsewhere, and one day we’ll understand why. (Frank was calling!) : ) Love you guys!!! Jenni Balcom (Amber’s crazy friend)

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