Eileen Hall, 88 - November 08, 2013
Elleen May Hall, 88, of Broken Bow passed away Friday, Nov. 8, 2013, at Hilltop Estates in Gothenburg.
Memorial services will be held be conducted at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the One-Box Convention Center at Broken Bow with Andrew Black officiating. Burial of ashes has taken place.
A gathering of friends and family will follow the service with requests of informal attire and/or bowling shirts to honor Hall.
Hall was born March 22, 1925, at Omaha to George Ira and Marian Edith (Lindquist) Ash.
She received her education attending school at Ainsworth and graduating in 1942.
In 1944, she married James Seimer and worked full time raising three children. The couple divorced in 1959 and she moved to Broken Bow.
On March 1, 1964, she was united in marriage to Robert L. Hall. To this union, another son and daughter were born.
Hall was a dedicated employee for 25 years at Becton-Dickinson before retiring in 1985.
In her spare time, she loved to bowl, said family members, participating in several local leagues and setting a record of 60 consecutive years bowling in the state championship tournaments. She also enjoyed playing cards with family and friends.
She always had unique decorations on her front yard, family said, as she was a self-taught taxidermist.
Hall was preceded in death by: her parents, George and Marian; a brother, Eldon; an infant sister; her husband, Bob in 2005; a son-in-law, Terry Rose.
Survivors include: her children—Jerry and Deborah Seimer of Enterprise, AL, Judy Rose of Grand Island, Jon and Lisa Seimer of Gothenburg, Robert V. Hall and fiancée Crystal Darnall of McCook, and Christie and T.K. Rogers of Stapleton; step-daughters—Kathy and Del Varney of Everett, WA, and Laura and Jerry Schultz of Seward; her brother, George Jr. and Ruth Ash of Alma; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Memorials are suggested to the Shriner’s Children’s Hospital or the donor’s choice.
Arnold Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
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