Elizabeth Ann Hall, August 23, 1926 - May 21, 2020

Elizabeth Ann Hall was born in Harrison, Arkansas on 8/23/1926 and died peacefully at her home in Toledo Oregon, surrounded by family on 5/21/2020

Liz was Beautiful, gracious, intelligent, generous, artistic, and very quick witted. She loved to tell stories, give great advice, if not in person then through letters and phone calls, she left a lasting impression on everyone she met. She absolutely loved the outdoors, especially fishing. She loved old movies, good books, good food shared with family and collecting beautiful things. She is missed by all that knew her, the world was a better place with her in it.

  She left behind, son Robert(Mary) Schaal, Granddaughter Kelly (Gene) Coronado, Great Grandsons Brandon Moran, Ryan, Moran, Justin, Moran, Alexander Coronado, Great great grandchildren, Andrew Hudson Moran, Melanie Moran, Nephew David Hudson and her great niece Taunette (Kevin) Dixon, plus a very large extended family that she adored. She was preceded in death by husbands Ryland Schaal and Claude Hall, Parents, Guy and Edith Hudson, Brother Guy Hudson. Donations can be made in her name to Newport Fishermen's Wives, Clifford and Dorothy Hall Scholarship Fund, PO Box 971, Newport, OR 97365

I said that I would never fall in love again
I thought that I had freed myself, for loving can bring pain

And then I went to Oregon and lost my heart anew
To the savage, beautiful Coastline
To the Oceans lovely blue

To the driftwood, the rocks, the sandy beach
That go down to meet the sea
To the seagulls lonely cry
That tore the heart from me

And further out, the giant black rocks
Rising like giants from the surf
And at their base the lacy spray
No lovelier sight on earth

No wine has ever been bottled
Good enough to drink a toast
To the beauty and the grandeur
Of the lovely Oregon Coast

I saw you and I loved you
I took you to my heart
And now that I’ve gone, I’m lonely
Because we had to part

Elizabeth Hall 1946


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