Lemley Chapel
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All of Skagit County Since 1935
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Doris Hall Memorial
Doris Hall Memorial

Doris Hall

Doris Hall

Thursday, November 12th, 2020

Doris Elizabeth Hall, 90, passed away peacefully at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA. on November 9, 2020.   She was born on May 1, 1930 in East LaPort, North Carolina the daughter of Monroe and Verda (Cope) Deitz.

She married Mont Hall on April 1, 1940 in Bellingham, WA.

Doris worked at Northern State Hospital and on the Election Board in Lyman.  She loved to fish for Steelhead and Trout, and grew lots of tomatoes.  She loved working on 3D puzzles.

She is survived by her sons, Larry Hall (Sherry) of Toronto, Canada, Michael Hall (Noreen) of Sedro-Woolley, WA, Neil Hall (Bonnie) of Pateras, WA; 7 grandchildren,  Tina Hall, Russell Hall, Mike Hall, Brad Hall, Jerrid Hall, Stacy Corne, Jodi Lavine; 16 great- grandchildren;  4 great-great- grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Doris is preceded in death by her husband, Mont Hall; 10 brothers and sisters.

A Memorial Service will be held in early spring of 2021. A private graveside service was held on Friday, November 13, 2020 at the Lyman Cemetery in Lyman, WA.    Share memories of Doris and sign the online guest register.


  • Caroline Ensley

    Was so sorry to hear of Doris’s passing. Condolences to all the family. She will be missed.

  • Jill Conard-Saxton

    I just heard the news this morning, I am so sorry to hear this… Doris and my Mom were neighbors and friends for fifty plus years. Lyman has lost another good woman… She terrified me as a kid but she was so good to me when my Mom passed away. I wish I had been able to see her this last summer, she was going to make me a tomato sandwich for lunch! My thoughts and prayers to her family❤️

  • Tina Hall

    Grama, as you know I been gone for a really long time, but all of my years away didn’t lessen the love I felt and feel for you. I have many special memories with you and grampa at your house every Christmas Eve. Its one of the best memories I have of my childhood. Now all I have are the pictures and the memories. Your visits to Alaska I still remember. The stories you told me about having a motorcycle when you were young, I wasn’t even surprised. I picture it in my mind, you seemed so brave and fearless to me. I remember going for drives with you and you drove pretty darn fast, and as a kid I thought my grama was pretty cool. I remember you watching the log trucks drive by your house and knowing every truck and driver. I finally made it back this past year. I hoped to spend more time with you but it was difficult with the pandemic and it made it so much harder for everyone. I am sorry the time was cut short. I am thankful for the time we had together and the talks we had. None of us will ever forget you, but we know you are happy now with grampa and I know we will see you again. We Love You.