Heidi Hall was a caring wife, mother, grandmother, aunt, sister and friend. On Jan 29th, 2022, she left this world peacefully, surrounded by family. She was born March 5, 1940 in Berlin, Germany.
Heidi’s commitment to family was unwavering. She was the glue that brought us together. She had a love for travel and enjoyed capturing the beauty of nature through photography and gardening. Hummingbirds held a special place in her heart and her home was filled with all forms of hummingbird decor. You would often find her in the kitchen as she loved entertaining with family and friends. Her warm embrace left you knowing you were loved. She worked as a healthcare provider prior to her retirement.
Heidi is survived by her immediate family Alan, Stuart, Jeffrey, Leigh, David and grandchildren Jake, Angeleena and Ethaniel, her sister Helga and her family Tanja, Diana and Jan, her brother-in-law Brian and nieces Alison and Jacqueline. She was preceded in death by her husband Ambrose James (Bud) Hall.
The family will hold a private ceremony as per Heidi’s wishes. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to Victoria Hospice.
Goodbye, Dear Heidi.
You were not only my mother in law you were my friend.
Thank you and Bud for embracing me and Jasmine into your family not once but twice. I will always remember our early morning coffee talks, our afternoons thrift store shopping and lunch and our evenings with wine and Jeopardy.
You raised a wonderful family and I am proud to be part of them.
All my love, Jane
Family Jack De Schutter says
Dearest friend and neighbour for many years.
We had lots of fun together, going for a nice lunch or dinner, or on a road trip…
We enjoyed your company, your stories, looking at your pictures after a great meal that you cooked up. Enjoying a glass of your favorite Grand Marnier.
You will be missed by us all
Jack De Schutter, Edwin, Patricia, Brent, Tiffany and kids Jace & Finn, Tessa & Jeff
Michelle Bergeron says
My longest friend. I miss you 💕I bet Bud’s glad to have you back. You were an angel here on earth and now you have your real wings. Love to you my friend. RIP XOXO
Laura Menagh says
Such good memories from our Linden Avenue years. We often drive by your house and our house when we visit Victoria.
Laura (Richmond) Menagh