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Helen Hall

Helen Hall 1941-2018
Memorial services for Helen J. Hall, 77, of Verden, will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, December 29, 2018 in the Ferguson Funeral Home Chapel in Chickasha with Rev. Michael Oberlender officiating.
Helen Jane (Miller) Hall was born October 25, 1941 in Carnegie, Oklahoma to Alton Othal Miller and Katherine Pearl (Graham) Miller. She passed away Sunday, December 16, 2018 at her home in Verden, OK.
Helen grew up in Carnegie and attended high school in Chickasha.
She married her soul mate Duane Hall on the 18th of April, 1964 in Chickasha OK. In this union they had four children, Deborah, Kimberly, Robert and Shannon. Helen did waitress work at various coffee shops in Chickasha for over 50 years and always had a smile for everyone. She loved to spend her time reading, enjoyed mowing the yard, and spending time with family and friends. She was the Vice-President of the Chickasha Auxiliary American Legion #54 for several years.
She was preceded in death by her husband Duane E, Hall; mother, Pearl Durham; father, Alton Miller; step-dad, George Simpson (whom she always considered her real father); three sisters, Louise Smith, Joyce Hooper, and Kay Powell.
Survivors include her children and their spouses, Deborah and Dennis Plunkett of Lawton, Kimberly and Rick Walker of Waukomis, Robert Hall of Lawton, Shannon and Kyle Richardson of Chickasha; sister Reta Bush of Chickasha; grandchildren Dustin Plunkett, Casey and Eddie Prisby, Destiny Richardson, Shantel Johnson and Raymond Plunkett; four great grandchildren Chloe Prisby, Brady Prisby, Wyatt Plunkett and Sawyer Johnson; and other extended family.
Memorial contributions may be made to Oklahomans for Special Library Services, P.O. Box 53593, OKC, OK 73152. This organization sends out audio library books for personnel with limited vision.
Services and cremation arrangements are under the direction of Ferguson Funeral Home. She will be laid to rest along side her husband, Duane in the National Veterans Cemetery in Elgin, OK at a later date.
Condolences to the family may be expressed at www.ferguson-funeralhome.com.
Published on December 27, 2018
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Dixie Kay Cooper and Paul Cooper
Dec 28, 2018
Deborah, Kimberly, Robert, Shannon and ALL Grandkids and great grandchildren:

Someone you thought would always be here has slipped away and your world is FOREVER CHANGED. Your LOVE for them shall never fade and the precious memories are yours forever and no one can ever take those away. She will ALWAYS be with you, SHE is part of you ALWAYS. It's so very hard to know what to say at this saddest time because your LOSS is so hard to bare.
Your Mom will be missed in SO many ways. She was PURE GOODNESS in this world. Always a positive mental attitude and an uplifting word(s) and SMILE for everyone!!
Losing her HURTS in a way like NOTHING ELSE can!! More sorry than I could ever express to ALL
...of you.
You shall ALL be in our thoughts and prayers~~~ALWAYS and most of ALL, you ALL have MY LOVE . I love her SO much too.
Thoughts of Aunt Helen and Uncle Duane and ALL of you my cousins are a very happy part of my childhood life memories and I will cherish those times and love you ALWAYS.
I have Gracie Dawn (dog) that I got from Shantell and so every single day I think of Aunt Helen when I SPOIL her rotten.

Aunt Helen called me after my aneurysm quite frequently just to lift my spirits and give me ENCOURAGEMENT that I MUCH NEEDED!!! Somehow Aunt Helen just KNEW that I needed those phone calls to LIFT me up and ALWAYS at just the right 'time'. OH I LOVE HER SO MUCH!!

Much love and many prayers for comfort and encouragement. She would want you ALL to be happy as she was.

Dixie Kay (DK) to your parents and Paul Cooper
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