Alyce M. Hall

1924 - 2020

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Alyce M. Hall, 95, passed away peacefully on August 24, 2020 at 3:30am after a very brief stay at Bridge Hospice. She was born on October 3, 1924 to the late Stanley and Olive Smith Poe. She married Eugene Edson Hall in 1942. He preceded her in death in 2007. She is survived by her children, Vicky L. (Ronald) Monday, Findlay, Janet M. Heath, Findlay, daughter in law, Connie Hall of Tavares, FL, grandchildren Laurie (Ken) DeMuth, Tim Heath, Brian (Betsy) Hall, all of Findlay, Season (Eddie) Strack of Leesburg, FL; great grandchildren, Mackenzie (Brandon) Shanahan, Madison DeMuth, Micah DeMuth, Andrew Heath, Austin (Amber) Heath, Abbey Heath, Patrick Hall, Sophie Hall, Harrison Hall, Serenity Strack, and Josiah Strack; great great granddaughter Delaney Shanahan. Also preceding her in death was her son, Stanley Hall and her grandsons Jeff Monday, Timothy Monday, and granddaughter Bethany Hall. Alyce loved her family and held a special place in her heart for each one. She had many fond memories of her and Gene's many travels to Spain, Africa, Germany, Barbados, Alaska, Hawaii to name some. She also enjoyed the many years they did the western square dancing and travelling to the National Square Dance Conventions around the U.S. A visitation will take place at COLDREN-CRATES FUNERAL HOME, Findlay on Wednesday, August 26 from 3:00-7:00pm. Funeral services will be on Thursday, August 27 at 1:30pm with Pastor David B. Clark officiating. Burial to follow at Knollcrest Cemetery. The family is requesting friends and guests please wear masks or face coverings while in attendance to all services. Memorial contributions can be made to Youth for Christ, 10111 State Route 224, Findlay, OH 45840, or donor's choice. Online condolences can be expressed at www.coldrencrates.com.


Service Information
  • Visitation Details:

    COLDREN-CRATES FUNERAL HOME [Map]
    205 West Sandusky Street
    Findlay, Ohio 45840
    Wednesday, August 26th 2020 3:00-7:00pm

  • Funeral Service:

    Thursday, August 27th 2020 - 1:30 PM

  • Service Location:

    COLDREN-CRATES FUNERAL HOME [Map]
    205 West Sandusky Street
    Findlay, Ohio 45840

  • Final Resting Place:

    [Map]

  • Contributions:

    Youth for Christ -
    For Online Donations, please select above link.
    P.O. Box 514
    Findlay, Ohio 45839

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To : Janet Vicky family of Aunt Alyce
Date :Monday, August 24th 2020
From : Lynda Ingram
I am filled with sadness over the passing of my wonderful Aunt Alyce. She is being greeted by her sister, my mother Edna, in April, 2020. The other sisters are gone except for Aunt Irene, who will be 101 years tomorrow.
I am happy that I took my mother & Dad to visit her several years ago. I am also thrilled to have taken both my sons to visit her a couple years ago.
Bless her soul. She was a fun a Aunt that enjoyed playing scrabble.
R.I.P. my special Aunt Alyce



To : Janet and Vicky
Date :Monday, August 24th 2020
From : Jennifer Guzman
I had the pleasure of being a part of your moms life for three years when I was a nurse at Fox Run AL. It was always a joy to sit and listen to poems she wrote and help her with organizing her wardrobe. She was truly one in a million and I will miss her dearly. It’s a pleasure to have been included in a small part of her life.

Condolences to you and your family,
Jennifer



To : Janet and family
Date :Tuesday, August 25th 2020
From : Laura Strack
I am sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I remember fondly having conversations with her at times when I would come visit Season & Eddie when they lived in Findlay. Praying that God will comfort you and that your memories of her will bring a smile to your lips and a little joy in your heart. My sincere condolences. Laura Strack



To : Vicki Janet and family
Date :Tuesday, August 25th 2020
From : Ed and Linda Bratt
We want to extend our deepest sympathy to each of you. We met your parents when we started attending the McComb Presbyterian Church which was about 38 years ago. We enjoyed our friendship with them. May God bless you at this time of sadness.



To : Alices Family
Date :Tuesday, August 25th 2020
From : Nancy Baughman
So sorry for her passing we had some good times working at Foodtown on Main St 40 some years ago. I Love her and you Dad. They were very nice Couple always think about them when I go by there house. God be with u all and know she is now walking in Heavens Garden
With her love ones.



To : Alices Family
Date :Tuesday, August 25th 2020
From : Nancy Baughman
So sorry for her passing we had some good times working at Foodtown on Main St 40 some years ago. I Love her and you Dad. They were very nice Couple always think about them when I go by there house. God be with u all and know she is now walking in Heavens Garden
With her love ones.



To : Alyce Hall Family
Date :Tuesday, August 25th 2020
From : Charity Taylor
My deepest condolences to your family. It was an honor taking care of Eugene for many years and then to also care for Alyce. Listening to her stories, travels and her fond memories with her family will always be remembered.
Sincerely,
Charity



To : family of Alyce Hall
Date :Thursday, August 27th 2020
From : Bob Rachel Poe
We are so sorry to hear of Alyce's passing. I had many good times of visitation with her and hearing all her stories. We exchanged many readings of interest to both of us. I loved to hear her stories of her being the little one following her dad around and the songs she remembered such as "Slow Poke"

I am sorry we could not visit, I've had had a sore throat all week and don't so well with a mask.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Sincerely
Bob and Rachel Poe



To : Alice Hall family
Date :Friday, August 28th 2020
From : Dorothy Margraf family
So sorry to hear about your mom, Alice. I worked with her at Foodtown many years ago. Some of us girls would go out to eat with her and we always had a good time. She know will be with Gene, again in heaven. Prayers to you all.
Dorothy Margraf



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