Amorette June Hall
Amorette June Hall of Dry Hollow passed into the loving arms of Our Lord on Sunday, Nov. 30, 2003, at her home in Rifle, after a brief illness. She was 85.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 4, at the First Christian Church, 306 E. 3rd St., Rifle. Cremation has taken place and burial is scheduled at a later date.
Rifle Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
She was born Amorette Harrington on March 14, 1918, in Baker, Kan., the sixth of seven children born to Roscoe E. and Pearl B. (Weaver) Harrington.
She spent her childhood in Baker and Hiawatha, Kan., and graduated from high school in Kanorado, Kan.
She married Charles Wayne Hall on Jan. 2, 1936, in Goodland, Kan. They moved to Silt shortly after they married.
Mrs. Hall spent her life as a helpmate to Wayne for 59 years. They farmed and ranched on Dry Hollow and East Divide Creek most of those years.
Mrs. Hall also worked as a teacher’s aide for the Garfield School District Re-2 from 1966 to 1986, after four of her children graduated from high school.
She was preceded in death by her parents; by her husband, Wayne Hall; by five of her siblings; and by a son-in-law, Terry Hogge.
Mrs. Hall is survived by a sister, Alma Mattison of Bethesda, Md., by daughters and sons-in-law Carolyn Hogge of Colorado Springs, Marilyn Hall of Rifle, and Charlene and Bud Collett of Rifle; by sons and daughters-in-law Max and Margie Hall of Tulsa, Okla., Lanny and Joni Hall of Kennewick, Wash., and Ray and Christy Hall of Colorado Springs; by 16 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren; and by many nieces, nephews and friends.
Memorial contributions may be sent to YouthZone, 136 E. 12th St., Rifle, CO 81650.
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