Hall

Hall

Margaret Ileene Hall

Born: Feb. 1, 1929 Died: May 23, 2019

Margaret Ileene Hall died May 23, 2019 in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Ileene was born February 1, 1929 in Wanship Utah to James and Marr Hennek. Her father worked for the Union Pacific Railroad, and she lived in section “towns” along the railroad — — Latham, Riner and finally Wamsutter. Ileene attended high school in Rawlins, working part time for attorney Bob Bates her senior year. She graduated in 1946 from Rawlins High School, then attended Barnes Business College in Denver, graduating in 1947. Upon her return to Rawlins she worked at the Rawlins Electric Company for Jim Chapman, and then for James Oliver, a Public Accountant, until her marriage. She married Oscar A. Hall in the First Methodist Church of Reno on July 12, 1948.

Ileene and Oscar moved to Laramie where he attended the University of Wyoming until he graduated from law school in June 1952. She worked for the law firm of Glenn Parker and Gordon Davis until the birth of their first child in 1949. Ileene and Oscar had six children. They both enjoyed dancing and never missed a Snowball dance at the Elks Club during the holidays. She was a stay at home mom, enjoying cooking, especially baking, knitting, crocheting, sewing, oil painting, embroidery, stained glass and quilt making. At Christmas she made Scandinavian dishes that were a tradition in Oscar’s family.

In 1987 Ileene went to work for Ron Bach at the Gambles store. After the store closed in 1993 she went to work for Ron and Bev Wilts at True Value Hardware. She was employed there until retirement in 2012.

Ileene was preceded in death by her parents James and Marr Hennek, her husband Oscar, son Gary, sister Kathryn (Kate) Roberts and brother James Hennek. She is survived by her sister Bobbie Amos (Wamsutter), children Oscar Hall II (Loveland, CO), Julie Hallquist (Paul Parsons, Loveland, CO), John Hall (Donna, Snohomish, WA), Kevin Hallquist (Tanya, Boulder, CO) and Lisa Hall (Rock Springs).

Ileene had five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. They are Sarah Hall, Jocelyn Thompson (William, and children Jasmine, Rudy & Della), Anna Paris (Greg, and children Aleecia & Seanna Hall), Brook Terpstra (Matthew and son William) and Timothy Hall (Emily and daughter Silvie).

Cremation has taken place and at her request there will only be a private family service. Donations may be made in her name to the Alzheimer’s Association.

Helen F. Pryce

Helen F. Pryce age 93, passed away peacefully June 20, 2019 surrounded by her three children.

Helen married Clyde G. Pryce December 30, 1946. They had four children; Robert Smith, Helen, Clyde, and Millie.

She was preceded in death by her parents Joe and Nettie Silva, sisters Anna Mae Prather, Eva Lou Doll, Mildred Anderson, loving husband Clyde, son Robert L. Smith, and great-grandson Jack Makinen.

Surviving Helen are Daughter Helen Winningham and family, Son Clyde Pryce and family, Daughter Millie Vadnais and family. Grandchildren Debbie (Clay) Makinen and family, Terri Woodley and family, Cindy (Mark) Thompson and family, Barbara Smith, Scott Wolfe and family, Jacob Schneider, Greg (Jana) Lundvall and family, Sheri (Chris) Smith and family, James (Jamie) Lundvall and family, Kristen (Greg) Pappas and family, Kirk (Mindi) Pryce and family and 10 great grandchildren.

Helen enjoyed sewing, doll making, ceramics, and bowling.

In lieu of flowers, donate to the Rawlins Rehabilitation and Wellness Center or your choice.

Jacoby Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Tributes and condolences may be offered online at www.jacobycares.com.

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