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VIRGINIA CAPPS HALL

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Birth Date: December 27, 1912
Birth Place: Mt. Vernon, Illinois
Place of Death: Scottsdale, Arizona
Passed Away: May 6, 2010

Honored By

Donor names:   Alice Hall Bayer
Nancy Hall Chase
Allen C. Hall
Susan Hall
Charles W. Hall, III
Date submitted: June 24, 2011
Gift: Brick Paver - large
Location on plaza map: B4
Areas of Achievement: Home Making, Library Science, Religion, Volunteer
 
Beloved Wildcat Wife, Mother, Grandmother, and Great-Grandmother, Virginia Capps Hall was born in Mt. Vernon, Illinois on December 27, 1012. On October 31, 1936, she married Charles Wesley Hall, Jr. '32. Their five children soon followed: Alice Hall Bayer '60, Charles Wesley Hall, III '65, Susan Hall '65, Nancy Hall Chase (Brad), and Allen Capps Hall (Nancy "Bunny"). Her husband, Charles, attended the University of Arizona as a young man and longed to return to the State that he loved, so in 1959, he moved his family from Illinois to Scottsdale. Virginia's focus was always on her family. In addition to her children she had eight beloved grandchildren: Emily and Ellen Bayer, Lindsay Hall Baumhefner '00 (Matt), Lauren Hall Miller '04 (Cale '04), Jane Chase Jennewine (Chris), Susan Chase Koerner (Mike '95), Charles D. Hall '04 and Andrew C. Hall. Also, four Great-grandchildren: Chase and Alyssa Jennewine and Brad and Caroline Koerner. She was a positive role model to all who knew her. She was a wonderful hostess, cook, and friend - always generous and benevolent; always active in Church activities/events and community organizations. The Hall Family established The Charles W. Hall, Jr. and Virginia Capps Hall Memorial Endowment at the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center in 1966. Virginia was a vital part of a LOYAL WILDCAT FAMILY --- "A TRUE HONORARY U OF A ALUMNAE" --- she enjoyed many Parent/Homecoming weekends with fraternity and sorority events, basketball and football games, and graduation ceremonies at the University. She will be forever remembered by her beautiful smile, grace, and dignity.

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Charles W. Hall, III