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IDA JEAN HALL Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home Ida "Jean" Hall, aged 95, died peacefully on May 4, 2017 at her daughter's home in Woodinville, WA. Jean was born October 6, 1921 in Monmouth, California to Letha Marie (West) Dill and Charles Leonard Dill. She was preceded in death first by her youngest brother Donald, then by her mother and father when Jean was only 6 and 9 years old respectively, and in 2005 she lost her brother Cecil. Jean was married for 51 years to Fred Hall (d. 2000). She is survived by her three children, John, Larry, and Jeanne, son-in-law Doug, and her four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Jean attended Good Samaritan Nursing School in Portland, OR where she met her friend Leona who soon introduced Jean to her brother, Frederick Hall. Fred and Jean married in 1949 and started the family she had always dreamed of. Jean was a nurse at Kennewick General for over 40 years. She developed lifelong friendships and touched the lives of many as a passionate caregiver. Jean was a tremendous woman of God and was a stunning example to all who had the privilege of knowing her. She was a devout Seventh Day Adventist and attended the Pasco and then the Kennewick Washington SDA churches for over 50 years. Her grandchildren and great-grandchildren have reveled in the outpouring of Christ-like love from Grandma Jean, or "GG", as the great-grandkids call her. Jean's absence will leave a tremendous hole but her family is comforted to know that she is dancing and laughing pain free in the arms of Christ. Viewing will be held Saturday, May 20, 2017, 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home, 1401 S Union Street, Kennewick, with a graveside to follow at 2:00 p.m., at Desert Lawn Memorial Park, adjacent to the funeral home. The family invites you to sign their online tribute wall at www.muellersfuneral
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Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home
1401 S. Union St.
Kennewick, WA 99338
(509) 783-9532
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Published in Tri-City Herald on May 14, 2017