Marilyn Lee Hall
Marilyn Lee Hall, 92, of North Judson, formerly of Louisville, Kentucky, and Winamac, passed away Friday, April 26, at Parkview Haven Retirement Home in Francesville.
Marilyn was born in Young America, on March 17, 1927, to Burnell J. “Doc” and Edola Hope (Robinson) Mummert. Her parents, beloved sister H. Virginia [John H.] Longfellow, stepmother Ruth (Kinney) Mummert and stepsister Susie [Skip] Klinke predeceased her.
A 1945 graduate of Winamac High School, she married her high school sweetheart, Kenneth A. Hall, on Dec. 16, 1945. In 1965, the family moved to Louisville. In July 1985, just shy of 40 years of marriage, Ken passed away.
Marilyn was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who loved her family deeply; adoring her many grand and great-grandchildren and receiving their love in full measure. She cherished her many friends as well. Her greatest pleasure was being in the company of family and was blessed with being a part of their lives and adventures.
She leaves behind a daughter Laura [Dave] Vessely of North Judson; sons: Kurt Kristopher [Susie] Hall of Louisville, Eric Alan “Rick” [Mary] Hall of Louisville, and Scott Robinson [Jan] Hall of West Dundee, Illinois; grandchildren: Matthew David [Deana] Vessely of Valparaiso, Robb Christopher [Susan] Vessely of Noblesville, Michael Dan [Amanda] Vessely of North Judson, Jill Nicole [Kevin] Zimmerman of Chesapeake, Virginia, Kyle Kristopher [Laura] Hall of Louisville, Natalie Elizabeth [Richard] Weber of Louisville, and Gregory Eric [Bethany] Hall of Jeffersonville; stepgrandson Matt [Boom] Cotten of Oak Park, Illinois; great-grandchildren: Joseph Matthew Vessely, Katherine Mae Vessely, Anna Elizabeth Vessely, Sarah Nicole Vessely, Madeline Jane Vessely, Ava Marie Vessely, Vivian Mae Vessely, Kade David Zimmerman, Laylee Hope Zimmerman, Kaleb Kristopher Hall, Lainey Grace Hall, Kruz Kristopher Yabsira Hall, Ella-Marie Stopher and Emily Claire Cotten. Marilyn was aunt to many dear nieces and nephews as well.
Graveside services were held at Pro Cemetery, Indian Creek Township in Pulaski County at approximately noon (CDT) Saturday, May 4.
(Pulaski County Journal — May 8, 2019)