Let the memory of Betty be with us forever.
  • 79 years old
  • Born on June 13, 1938 in Detroit, Michigan, United States.
  • Passed away on August 6, 2017 in Middletown, Delaware, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Elizabeth "Betty" Hall. We will remember her forever.

Elizabeth Ann “Betty” Hall, age 79, of Smyrna, DE, passed away on Sunday, August 6, 2017 at Broadmeadow Nursing Home in Middletown, DE.

She was born on June 13, 1938, in Detroit, MI, the daughter of the late Bernard and Betty Jane Walsh.

Betty was the Director of Emergency Services for the Red Cross of Western Stark County in Massillon, Ohio, and took pride in being a Red Cross Volunteer including participating at the Ground Zero clean-up efforts after 9-11. Betty also enjoyed her family and her pets.

She is survived by her loving husband, Charles B. Hall; her daughters, Cheryl Ann Schaal and her husband Donald of Dundalk, MD and Cindy Ann Chaney and her husband Edward of Port Charlotte, FL; her daughter Rose Mary Bachmann; her son, John Francis Hall and his significant other Mary Becker of Myrtle Beach, SC; her brother, Bernard Matthew Walsh of Canton, GA; and her sister, Ernestine Willinghan and her husband Paul of Millersville, MD.

She is also survived by her nieces & nephews; Regina Davis, Matthew Walsh, Paul Willinghan, Timothy Willinghan, Jamie Willinghan & they're wives & children.

Services will be privately held.

Condolence letters may also be sent by visiting www.fariesfuneralhome.com.

 
Posted by Charles Hall on 6th January 2018
December is over and the last week of December were special to us both, Christmas, Anniversary and New Years. I miss you so much love always Charles
Posted by Julia Takahashi on 26th September 2017
I didn't know Betty personally but wanted to share a message of encouragement. From what I can see in your comments, she was truly loved by her family and made a big impact in the lives of those around her. Take comfort in knowing she's now at rest. We look forward to the time when Revelation 21:3,4 will be fulfilled. A time when there will be no tears, pain, or death. Until that time deep sympathy--- Julia
Posted by Cindy Chaney on 7th September 2017
The most notable thing I can say about my mom is she was 100% committed to being the best possible mother raising us three girls. Nothing was more important than providing us every opportunity, guidance, love and character lesson she could and no sacrifice was too great to achieve this. I was blessed beyond compare to have her as a mother. I miss her every day and expect a day won't pass that I don't continue to miss her.
Posted by Ernestine Willinghan on 5th September 2017
Betty was and always will be my sister. She was the one who put me to bed at night and took me skating when I was little. I have one wish and that is too speak to her one more time. These last 14 years have been hell not knowing why? I loved her then and always will. Great memories of her and Charles and Paul and I traveling to Wellsboro, many times. We would laugh so hard it would hurt. Thank you Betty Ann for the years we did have together.
Posted by Cheryl Schaal on 4th September 2017
One of mom's great loves was the American Red Cross and she would be very pleased if a donation was made in her name, especially considering the recent hurricane Harvey in Texas. Among the many disasters she responded to, Mom was in Texas in for Allison in June 2001 & certainly would have wanted to respond to Texas today.
Posted by John Hall on 4th September 2017
Mom was always the solid support behind my advances in life. She had strong words of encouragement and positive influence on the words she passed on to me. I'm going to miss not having her to talk with and be straight with me. I love you mom and know you'll be watching. I won't let you down
Posted by Charles Hall on 3rd September 2017
the love of my life, 33+ years of bliss with just a few bumps(caused by me). I miss Betty so much

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