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Marilyn (Lindgren) Hall

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Marilyn (Lindgren) Hall

CARSON CITY, NV - Marilyn Duane (Lindgren) Hall died March 9th at 2:15 in Carson City, Nevada. The burial was on Friday, March 14th at 10:00 am in the Memorial Garden at Lakewood Memorial Park in Hughson, California.

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Marilyn was born September 11, 1927 in Pennock, MN, the oldest of 6 children to Clifford and Anna (Olson) Lindgren. She grew up on the family farm, and attended grades one through eight at the country school, District 14 South. Marilyn graduated from Willmar High School in 1946, and moved to Long Beach, CA and then to Modesto, CA. She worked for the Pacific Telephone Company as a long distance operator for 15 years.

In 1947 she married Richard Hall; they were blessed with two sons, Richard Jr. and Duane.

In 1966 they moved to Eureka, NV to farm but hail, grasshoppers and early frost stopped them and they moved to Carson City. Marilyn worked 15 years for JC Penney Co. Marilyn was a porcelain painter, quilter, gardener, cooked ad baked for years for weddings, funerals and various events.

Marilyn was very active in her church, Neveda Porcelain Artists Club (NAPA) and Daughters of Norway, even though she was 100% Swedish American.

Marilyn is survived by her son's Richard Hall Jr and his wife Dianne of Grand Junction, CO, Duane of Quincy, CO; one grandson Richard III (Hobie) and Janelle and one great grandson Brayden, 6, of Lakewood, CO. Her brother Marvin (Janis) of Pennock, MN, sister's Sonia (Jim) Collier of Willmar, Gervaise (Ralph) Berg of Alexandria, MerryRue (Jim) Visger of Loveland, CO. Many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Marilyn was preceded in death by parents and her husband Richard (Dick) Hall, one brother and sister-in-law, Harvey and Joy Lindgren of Newark, OH and one nephew, James (Jimmy) Collier Jr.

The Celebration of Life will be held on May 17th in Carson City, NV.

Marilyn was a great and fun sister and friend.

God bless her family.

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