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Lynda Rae Hall Arave

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Lynda Rae Hall Arave Obituary
8/2/1950 ~ 6/8/2014
"Here's to it and from it and back to it, if you can't do it, call me, I can do it, I'm used to it."
She has moved on to a blessed place with peace, harmony and serenity. She is finally pain free from her physicality.
She was born August 2, 1950 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Gratton Emmett Hall and Betty Ruth Smith Hall.
She is survived by her husband Steve Arave, her daughters Tyra Lee Samuels Matsuura Taylor (Daren), Paige Liane Samuels Dell (Brandon) and Carli Anne DeLuca Fluckiger (Blake). Siblings Carol Baker (Steve), Robert "Bob" Hall (Joyce), Rock Hall (Trish) and Joy Richardson (Don) and many nieces and nephews. She has many grandchildren that she will miss so much and will play with and protect in spirit. AshLee, Kaysha, Natalia, Adalee, Dalton, Logan, Hayden & Tinzlee. She was preceded in death by her daughter Brittney Marie DeLuca, Son-In-Law Brandon Matsuura and Great-Granddaughters Talya & Nevaeh Scerbo and many other people that she loved dearly.
She married and had her children with two great men. Reid J. Samuels (Tyra & Paige) and Ernie DeLuca (Carli & Brittney). Her pride and joy is her family. She lived a very eventful and unconventional life. Traveling around the world with her children and spouses. She formed a very close knit family through her adventures. She worked in Marketing and Private Investigating. She was an excellent cook & interior decorator. Shopping was her sport! She had an open mind and different attitude which made it possible for the people in her life to experience things they never would have been able to. Forever changing their lives. She chose to live her life and raise her children in "her own way". Because of that, she was able to live her life to the fullest and raise three very strong, open hearted and loving children. Because of all her craziness she has influenced her children and grandchildren to not be afraid to think and act for themselves. For that we are eternally grateful. We are honored and proud to call her our mom. She lived her childhood in Los Angeles, CA and continued to love the Ocean until her passing.
We will present a memorial and celebration for her in lieu of a "conventional" service later in the week.
Published in Salt Lake Tribune from June 11 to June 12, 2014
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