Vivian Lee Hall

November 21, 1947 - September 6, 2023
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Vivian Hall of Marana, Arizona, lost her battle with liver failure the morning of Wednesday, September 6, 2023; she was 75.
Vivian is survived by her husband James Hall (Marana); daughter Donna (Ric) Lyman (Marana); daughter Julie (Jim) Bullard (Mesa); Granchildren: Lisa Kilpatrick (Arkansas), Christopher Wimblerly (Arkansas), Dylan Woods (Tucson),  Steve Delaney (Marana), Troy Jones (Mesa), Michael Bullard (Mesa); and multiple great-grandchildren.
Vivian retired from Ascent (formerly Marana Aerospace) after 20+ years of service. Over course of those years, Vivian made many friends at Ascent, whom she loved like her own family.
Vivian will be greatly missed by all who were touched by her.

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Born: November 21, 1947
Died: September 6, 2023

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Julie posted on 3/15/24

In memory of Vivian Lee Hall, Julie lit a candle


Steve Delaney posted on 9/11/23

I would like to express my deepest condolences for Vivian‘s family. She was always a wonderful person to be around, cheerful, loving and simply a very kind hearted lady. I will always cherish the wonderful memories with her and the family, Going to the lake, many thanksgivings, hanging out with Jim, Viv and John, all the times having fun together. Also the best beef and noodles on the planet. She will be truly missed. Thoughts and prayers for the family. Sincerely Steve


David Wilson posted on 9/11/23

May God have mercy on your soul Vivian. You are such a kind and caring person. Ever time I went to HR your smile made my day. My Heart and condolences to your family and friends. You will be missed. ♥️?


Yvonne Bullard posted on 9/9/23

Vivian was a lovely lady. I always looked forward to seeing her. I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m praying for all of you.


Jaci Hale posted on 9/9/23

I worked with both Vivian and Jim at Pinal Air Park for many years. Awesome coworkers and even better friends. R.I.P. Viv.


Rebecca Wright posted on 9/9/23

Thankful I at least got to meet you and have a few conversations with you. Also glad you got the chance to meet one of your great grandchildren. We love you and will miss you so much ?


Carolyn Chacon posted on 9/9/23

My prayers go to Vivian’s family who she loved so much. Vivian always had a cheerful, happy smile and made your day better. I met Vivian in 1996 when I started at Evergreen Air Center. She took me under her wing and we became friends. Vivian I miss you so much. Rest in peace I know you’re with our God and no longer in pain. Carolyn


John Myer posted on 9/8/23

You were a true friend and I was truly honored to be part of your wedding. If I was to count all of the laughs we shared it would be in the trillions. We had great talks about all kinds of things and never got bored. Greatest moments I spent with you and Jim : 10) shooting the same tin can around the property with a BB gun 9) the lawn mower chassis being pulled by the Honda Trail 70 8) my visit around Christmas 2021. 7) Thanksgiving at Donna’s in Phoenix 6) Night at the dog track 5) New Years Eve 1982 4) your wedding 3) the creation of the “Dirty Laundry” video 2) the creation of the infamous reel to reel tape 1) Camping/fishing at Lake Roosevelt Thank you for all the Christmas/Thanksgiving treats you would bake and beef and noodles. Love you forever.


Tim and Loni posted on 9/8/23

Vivian was a soft light in this world. We are so grateful that we spent time with this sweet lady. She will be greatly missed.