Nov. 16, 1923 - Dec. 25, 2012
Faye Hall was born November 16, 1923, in Klamath Falls, Oregon, to Bessie Allen Womack and Owen Womack, and passed December 25, 2012, at her home in Redmond.
Faye grew up and attended schools in Rouge Valley, Oregon. Faye remained in Rogue Valley until coming to Central Oregon in 1957.
Faye was a member of Powell Butte Christian Church and Jehovah's Witness organization. Faye was involved in the Powell Butte Lord's Acre and Christian Woman's organization for several years. Faye volunteered for local nursing homes for many years. Faye always stressed the importance of volunteering and giving back to your community.
Faye and Fred loved to travel, going to Mexico every winter for three months was an annual event they did with friends for several years. Ireland was Faye's favorite trip, along with a cruise down the Mississippi with her favorite cousin, Bob Womack. She loved her family and loved to garden.
Faye made friends everywhere she went. She loved people, and people loved her warm, kind, loving heart. Faye's quick wit was always an amazing trait she would surprise you with.
Faye loved making holiday candy, she loved roses, and she loved ALL babies. Faye was a kind and generous person. Faye was a wonderful role model not only to her children, but grandchildren.
Faye is preceded in death by her husband, Fred Hall, who passed on February 13, 2009. Faye is survived by four children, Janet May, Vada Harlow, JoAnn Delu and Gary Romine; several grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.
Thursday, April 4, 2:00 p.m., a graveside service will be held for Faye at Redmond Memorial Cemetery, where Pastor Don Nicholson will preside.
Any donations to Hospice of Redmond/Sisters would be appreciated.
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