Virginia E. (Garrard) Hall

Born: Wed., Dec. 10, 1924
Died: Fri., Sep. 27, 2019

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Virginia Ellen Garrard Hall, 94, passed away Friday, September 27, 2019 at 10:00 AM in the Harbour Manor Senior Living Facility located in Noblesville, Indiana. She passed peacefully with the provision of God’s grace.

Virginia or “Ginny” was born on December 10th, 1924 to Beulah E. (York) and Lester F. Garrard. Ginny was a lifelong resident of Robinson, Illinois until her health required that she be cared for more carefully after which she moved to Noblesville, Indiana to be closer to family. She is survived by her sister Norma (Irvin), McKinney Texas, her children Stephen D. Hall, West Lafayette, Indiana, George A. Hall Jr., Nashville, Tennessee, and Mark F. Hall, Noblesville, Indiana, and “adopted” daughter Karen Anthony, Kansas City, Missouri,  two daughters-in-law; Susan and Lisa, six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren along with three step grandsons, six step great-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews, and in-laws. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband of 45 years George A. Hall, her daughter Sandra Dee, her brothers Robert “Bobby” Garrard and Lester Leon Garrard and her baby sister Shirley Ann Garrard.

Ginny was a devoted follower of Christ and attended the First Baptist Church in Robinson, Illinois where she was a member for most of her adult life. She was a member of the Baptist Women’s Circle and volunteered at the Crisis Center in Robinson. She was a youth leader, Sunday school teacher and organized countless events for the community, church family, pastors, and missionaries. Ginny was a dedicated student of the Bible and a constant prayer warrior as she prayed for her friends and family by name regularly.

During her life in Robinson she worked in local retail at Boyd’s Electric, The Index, Cato, Lords and Wal-Mart while raising her family. She supported the March of Dimes after getting to know this organization as they ministered to her special needs child. Ginny loved to cook, bake and for many years around the holiday season she enjoyed preparing plates of baked goods as treats for her many friends and neighbors. Ginny would often make Rock Candy for shut-in’s and loaded the Candy Bag at church for all the kids to share. Ginny was an avid collector of Precious Moments memorabilia and, taking after her husband George, an avid fan of the St. Louis Cardinals.

In keeping with Ginny’s request there will be no public ceremony and she will be cremated. The family is planning a “celebration of life” gathering with that date yet to be determined.

Pulliam Funeral Home, Robinson, IL is in charge of local arrangements.  

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Missy Roberts
   Posted Fri October 04, 2019
I had the pleasure of spending lots of time with Ginny when she lived at The Lodge. She attended most activities offered. Everyday she would walk the halls getting her laps in. Ginny was a ray of sunshine. Oh, she enjoyed facebook. I would read her the posts that her family and friends posted. She was very proud of her family. What a wonderful lady Ginny is! When one of her granddaughters was getting married she wanted to get a new dress, so we went to Penny's and she found the perfect dress. I will cherish the "precious moments" we spent together.

   Posted Wed October 09, 2019
Ginny was a true blessing and I have had the honor of knowing her the last few years. She taught me a lot about being unwavering and unapologetic in your faith. I know she is rejoicing with The Lord and I cannot wait to see her again some day!

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