Sherry L Hall was born on October 11, 1929 at The Presidio of San Francisco. She entered into eternal rest on February 12, 2021 at her home in Colorado Springs of almost 50 years.  She was preceded in death by her husband, LTC. Everett R Hall; sons, Michael B. Hall, and Everett R. Hall Jr.; parents, Maj. Gen. Clinton S. Lyter, Margaret L.  Lyter; and her sister, Judith S. Ross. She is survived by her children: Julianne L Allen (Jim), Walter C. Hall (Diane), and Patrick N. Hall (Virginia) as well as 7 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.

Sherry loved her family dearly! She enjoyed traveling, painting, crafts of all kinds, playing a variety of musical instruments and attending Theater performances, and Chamber music concerts.  She loved volunteering with many organizations, including the Fort Carson Thrift Shop, PILLAR and 20 years with the Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs. She also enjoyed sitting outside in her garden and gazebo with friends and family. She will be greatly missed, but our hearts have memories to hold and cherish until we meet again in Heaven!

A Funeral Service will be held 2PM Friday, February 26, 2021 at the Shrine of Remembrance Funeral Home, 1730 E. Fountain Blvd.

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  1. Dear Lady I will miss your great smile and friendship 😘 I was so fortunate to know you. Peg Jergensen

  2. I knew Sherry through PILLAR Institute. We were volunteers together. What a lovely person she was. She always had a mischievous twinkle in her eyes and a big smile for all the people she worked with. She was always interested as well as interesting. Sherry will be missed by all those whose life she made a little more pleasant with her upbeat personality. You will be missed Sherry!
    Angela Ann Cesario

  3. I was sorry to hear of Sherry’s passing. She was so dedicated in caring for her her trees and yard right to the end. She was a friend through our connection with her trees. I will always remember Sherry walking around Skyway with her dog. He was special to her and she never missed a walk. Her memory resides in many of us and her loss is deeply felt.

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