Marsha Singleton Hall, 46 of Harrisonburg died Monday, Jan. 12, 2009 after an extended illness.
Born on April 22, 1962 Marsha spent her childhood and early adult life in Lynchburg. She was the daughter of Rachel M. Singleton and the late Alvin W. Singleton.
She is survived by her husband, Timmy D. Hall. She is also survived by her daughter, Elizabeth Blair Evans of Radford. She had four step-daughters: Amanda Hall of Radford, Amber Hall of Pulaski, Autumn Hall of Dublin and Adrienne Hall of Radford. A step-son, Kelly Dalton Hall of Dublin, survives as does her grandson, Emanuel Garcia of Dublin. She is also survived by her mother-in-law, Patricia W. Hall of Pulaski.
Also surviving are one sister, Teresa Antonelli and a brother, Steve Singleton, both of Lynchburg.
Marsha was always very warm and compassionate. She had a heart of gold and always had a smile for whoever needed one. Her sense of humor could brighten any circumstance. Loving anything pertaining to the outdoors, Marsha took pride in her flower gardens. She also took great pleasure from preparing a good home cooked meal for her family and loved ones to enjoy. Spending time with her loved ones was one of her greatest joys.
An animal lover since childhood, Marsha spent the last years of her life enjoying her Yorkie, Tristan.
Marsha will be greatly missed by her family who dearly loved her.
A celebration of Marsha’s life was held at the Peakland United Methodist Church on Thursday, Jan. 15 at 1 p.m. The Rev. Tim Gerde officiated.
The family wishes to thank all for the prayers and kindness shown to Marsha throughout her life and this difficult time.
Announced locally by Stevens Funeral Home, Pulaski.