Sally Ann Hall

March 16, 1946October 7, 2021

Sally Ann Hall (Hooper), age 75, of Brewster, Massachusetts passed away on Thursday, October 7, 2021 at Pleasant Bay Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. She was born March 16, 1946 and was a graduate of Nauset Regional High School. She loved Cape Cod and all it had to offer, spending most of her life living in Brewster. She was a registered CNA and worked at various facilities including Pleasant Bay. Sally is best remembered for her smile and jovial spirit.

Sally is survived by her children: daughter, Rebecca (Joe) Miceli of Ballston Lake, NY; son, Kenneth L. (Susan) Hall III of New Palestine, IN; four grandchildren, Zachary, Katelyn (Andrew), Laura, Domenic; brother, Paul Hooper of Framingham, MA; sister, Amy (Ed) Slattery of Seekonk, MA; sister-in-law, Kate Hooper of Brewster, MA; several nieces and nephews; many friends.

Sally was preceded in death by: her life partner Rhonda Parker of Brewster, MA; parents, Paul C. and Dorothy (Reddish) Hooper of Brewster, MA; brother, Steve Hooper of Brewster, MA.

A Celebration of Life will be determined by the family and shared at a later date. Memorial donations can be made to the American Cancer Society or Pleasant Bay Nursing & Rehabilitation Center of Brewster. For online condolences, please visit


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Kate Hooper

October 16, 2021

Sally and I worked together the summer of 1964 and laughed a lot. It was through her that Steve and I started dating. So thank you Sally for that and all the wonderful times we shared. I was always pleased to be a part of the Hooper family. May you rest in peace.

Virginia Hatch

October 8, 2021

I remember her smile, how she was a pretty fast driver. She had a sense of humor and worked really hard. I remember an apartment upstairs in the back of a house in a charming old area of Brewster. I remember going in cold water with Ken and Paul to get quohogs one spring weekend. Also seeing Becky and Sally on the Underpass Road family homestead . My sympathy to all of her family.

Mary McDermott

October 8, 2021

Sally and I were classmates at Nauset; she was always pleasant and likable. The last time I saw her was at our 40th class reunion; she seemed very happy then, and now she will enjoy eternal happiness. My sincere condolences to all her loved ones.