2017-07-13 / Obituaries

Norma Jean ‘Mickey’ Hall

Norma Jean “Mickey” Hall, died July 9, 2017, at the age of 90, surrounded by her family at her Higgins Lake home.

Visitation will be at Walsh Funeral Home, Roscommon, Saturday, July 22, from 10 a.m. until the funeral service at 11 a.m., to be officiated by Dr. David E. Hansen. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Higgins Lake. Memorial donations may be made to the Higgins Lake Foundation.

She was born Aug. 16, 1926, in Can­ton, OH, the daughter of Earl and Olive (Fryer) Fulmer. A childhood sweetheart of Wayne L. Hall, she summered at Hig­gins

Lake with him and his family be­ginning in 1940, and they were united in marriage June 19, 1948, in East Detroit.

She and her husband lived in South­field where they were active at Beverly Hills Methodist Church and she was Past Worthy Matron of the Roseville Order of the Eastern Star. They continued to summer at Higgins Lake until moving in 1986 and becoming full-time residents.

Her greatest joys were her family and friends. Caring and compassionate, she would always give to others before even thinking of taking for herself. A homemaker, she prepared pot roast with Yorkshire pudding for her family every Sunday. She enjoyed reading and play­ing a good game of bridge, pinochle or solitaire. She had a passion for golf and was a very good player.

Surviving are her best friend and companion for more than 75 years and husband of 69 years, Wayne Hall; two sons, Phil Hall of Naples, FL, and Da­vid (Mary) Hall of Higgins Lake; three grandchildren, Jennifer (Tyler) Pierce of Saugatuck, Kristopher (Sarah) Hall of Denver, CO, and Jeffrey Hall of Cu­pertino, CA; and a cousin, Bussy (Linda) Fryer of Cincinnati, OH.

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