Lucy Arnold Hall

30 novembre 194214 octobre 2020

Lucy was born November 30, 1942 in Dallas, Texas to Haskell Arnold and Ida Mae Evans. She lost her battle with ALS October 14, 2020 at the age of 77. Her family moved when Lucy was 6 years old to Chula Vista, California then to Pacific Beach where she graduated from Mission Bay High School in 1961. She chose a career as a dental assistant and ultimately an office manager until her retirement in 2007. Lucy loved people and had a unique ability to connect with them. She always thought the best of people. Lucy will be missed by all; she was truly a gift from heaven to her family and friends. She was preceded in death by her son Chad, July 7, 2017. She is survived by her husband of 56 years Jon Hall, daughter Michele Greene and husband Travis Greene and 5 grandchildren, Carson, Breanna, Austin, Hayden, Caitlyn, brother Dennis Evans who lives in Costa Rica, sister-in-law Cindy Komlenic and husband Doug Komlenic A memorial service will be held on Monday October 26, 2020 at Saint Catherine Laboure Catholic Church, 4124 Mt. Abraham Ave., San Diego, CA 92111 at 10:00 a.m. Social distancing and masks required to attend. No reception after the church service due to COVID . In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation to the ALS Association of San Diego in honor of Lucy.

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Joanne Gordon/MacKirdy

26 octobre , 2020

I thank God for the friend He gave me in Lucy. She never said anything bad about anyone..truly an angel on earth. I remember 35 years ago when we piled into my car and went to Pacific Beach Beach and did a Chinese fire drill. At a red light, everyone runs around the car and jumps in before the light turns green. There were 7 of us stuffed in my honda civic hatchback. I look forward to many more memories running around with you in heaven among angels.

Barbara Andrews

24 octobre , 2020

Remembering my dear friend, Lucy Hall. Lucy was the best friend anyone could ever hope to have in her life. We were friends since the 1970's with she and Jon, Michele and Chad. A devoted wife and Mother, her family meant everything to her. She gave her all to ensure that their every needs were taken care of with a heartful of unending love. She was so friendly, warm, loving, encouraging, and inspiring. We shared many years of friendship at ballfields, Hanalei Hotel Fashion Shows, theatres, movies, walks, barbeques, weddings, birthdays and visits with our best friends. Lucy was a good listener, hard worker, and devoted Christian. May she rest with Chad in God's loving arms.
She will remain in my heart forever. Thoughts and prayers go out to her family.

Alexandra Haag

22 octobre , 2020

Lucy's sweet spirit and courage in the face of adversity were an inspiration to me. Her kindness never failed and her encouragement was a gift; I was so blessed to count her as a friend. May her family be comforted by the love that she still engenders in us all, and in the Love that is embracing her now and forever.