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1938 Marilyn 2020

Marilyn A. Hall

April 3, 1938 — March 21, 2020

Marilyn Ann (Balfour) Hall was born April 3, 1938 in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Marcus and Dorothy (Penwell) Balfour. Marilyn passed away on Saturday March 21, 2020 at the Valley Inn Nursing Home in Mancos, Colorado.
Marilyn married R. Neil Hall on November 6, 1954 and to this union they were blessed with three children, Gay B., Michael C. and Lori M. Hall. Neil, Marilyn, and their three children moved from California to Cortez, Colorado in 1973.
Marilyn worked many years (over 30) for the Cortez Police Department as a dispatcher and records clerk. Marilyn was an outgoing person who loved to talk and make friends. Marilyn was an outstanding cook and enjoyed sharing her home made treats with everyone. It was not well known but she could play any/all keyboard instruments. She so loved her family. In one of her final statements she said, “how are the kids, tell them that I love them so much.”
Marilyn is survived by her two sons, Gay B (Stacey) Hall, and Michael C. (Tammy) Hall, both of Cortez, Colorado; her two brothers, Kenneth (Judy) Balfour of Ajo, Arizona, and Gay (Judy) Balfour of Cortez, Colorado; six grandchildren, Kye (Tiffany) Hall of Montrose, Colorado, Michael (Kristi) Hall of Cortez, Colorado, Jason (Jaclyn) Hall of Cortez, Colorado, Garen (Jason) Wayman of Cortez, Colorado, Devin (Erika) Newby of Denver, Colorado, and Colette (Jarrod) Wyatt of Cortez, Colorado; 14 great grandchildren, Ashlyn Hall, Kaiden Wyatt, Kyler Wyatt, Trey Hall, Raya Hall, Jalen Hall, Kale Hall, Makayla Wayman, Kail Wayman, Mekhi Wayman, Nya Wayman, Jadyn Hall, Emry Hall, and Sage Hall; with baby Newby on the way in May; and many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Marilyn was preceded in death by both of her parents; her husband, R. Neil Hall; her daughter, Lori M. Newby; and her infant granddaughter, Megan Newby.
We were so blessed to have you in our lives. We will miss you so much. We love you Mom, Grandma, Marilyn.
A private family service will be held at a later date.

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