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NENETTE MARIE HALL On Sunday, October 2nd, just 12 days after Dad passed away, Mom joined her "Warren" in Heaven. At the age of 94, Nenette had a loving, faithful, inquisitive, and beautiful spirit, with a little bit of sass mixed in. She always had a strong trust in her Catholic faith. She often demonstrated a willful and positive rebound from any hardships of life, which will forever be etched in those lives she touched. She was an open-minded yet opinionated person and often engaged in conversation about many topics she had read about or researched. Nenette and Warren were married for a grand 74 years, which gave those surrounding them a strong confidence in the sanctity of marriage. Coupled with Dad, they blazed a good trail for their family to walk down. She was an extraordinary Mother and Grandmother and we will forever be touched by her loving and high-energy response when she saw or heard from us. Nenette, half German and French, was born in Seattle, WA on May 14, 1922 and was the oldest of four children. Her career was devoted to raising six children. All six children survive her: Son's, Warren (Judy) Hall, Robert (Halima) Hall, Bert (Maria) Hall, Charles Hall, and Daughter's Jan Darrington and Teresa Booth. She was also a beloved Grandmother to Mel and Kurt (Lisa), Sophia (Razeen) and Johara, Christine (Matt) and Richard, Rachel, Stephanie (Mark), Nicole, Colton, Caiden and Geri (Cody). Great Grandchildren were Katherine and Dennis, Kendra and Corbin, and Aiden and Averie. She is survived by her brother, Peter Kay (Barbara) and preceded in death by her parents Peter and Lunette Kay, sister's Lunette and Nita and son-in-law, David Darrington. We know that many people touched our Mother's long life and our family is forever grateful. Another thank you goes out to the compassionate and loving staff at Regence Canyon Lakes Restorative Rehab, Peggy, a faithful friend, and Hospice for holding our hand through Nenette's passing journey. The immediate family will gather together at Sunset Gardens in celebration on Sunday, October 9, 2016.
Published in Tri-City Herald on Oct. 7, 2016