Shannon Taylor Hall

12/14/1985 - 06/17/2016

Shannon Taylor Hall was born on December 14th 1985 and passed away on Friday, June 17th 2016. She was a loving mother to her son Tyler and the daughter of Gordon and Stacy Hall.  She leaves behind her siblings: Mario, Alicia, Ashley, Benton, and Allie.  She is proceeded in death by her siblings, Audrey and Adam.  She will be dearly missed by all.

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  • Jena (Berumen) Pry

    I am deeply saddened and heartbroken to know my friend Shannon has passed away; although, I am comforted to know Adam and Audrey were there to welcome her soul into heaven. Shannon was a beautiful person inside and out and she will be greatly missed. Please accept my condolences and prayers of comfort.

    I love you Shannon and will miss you until we meet again. Rest in peace my dear friend.

  • Julie K Fields

    My heart goes out the the family and friends of dear Shannon. I will always remember her contagious laugh . She will be missed by many and is loved by all who she touched. My prayers go out to Tyler that she will guide him from the other side as she watches him on his life journey. And to Stacy who is the strongest most dignified person I know . With grace you have endured much in the face of challenges and you have taken them with loving arms and embraced what has been dealt you.

  • Kara Sullivan

    My heart breaks as I still try to wrap my head around that you are no longer with us. You were such a loving caring bright girl. You brighten anyone’s life that you walked into. You were like my sister , we use to share the same room , together 24/7, I will cherish all of those memories we made. I will forever be great full that you were such a huge part of my life. I hope you are smiling and so happy up there with Adam and Audrey . May you be completely free from any stress you had. Tyler will always remember what amazing mom you are ! We love you shannon and you will forever be I’m your heart’s. May you rest in please beautiful girl !!
    Love Sean and Kara Sullivan

  • Natalie (Sirrine ) Romney

    Shannon I will forever be grateful for our friendship. We spent many hours just hanging out talking like typical girls do, played games , watched movies called boys on the phone , you spent many Sunday’s nights eating family dinners with us . We laughed a lot and during the hard time we shared in lots of tears and deep conversations as well. I am grateful knowing that this is not goodbye but more see ya later bc I know I will see you again and that you will be watching from the other side. I take comfort in the knowledge that you are relieved from the heartache and trials of this earth life and reunited with your siblings. To the hall family you will remain in my prayers .. You are such a special and strong family and Tyler is lucky to have such an amazing support system in place so that he will always know how amazing his momma was. Stacy my heart pours out to you. You are a beautiful inside and out woman and stronger than most I’ve ever known. I pray for your comfort and peace. Shannon I love and miss ya .. Till we meet again my sweet friend I will never for get ya!

  • Sandra Finegan

    My dear friend I still can’t believe that your gone. This pain is unbearable. I know your at peace now and I’m happy your not suffering no more . I know you had a lot going on in your life. I’m just glad I had the chance to get to know and be part of your life. You were a beautiful person and wonderful mother. Your going to be missed dearly. I love you.

  • Shannon was such a good friend of mine was really there for me when I needed her it just saddens me that I haven’t kept in touch for over two years and I pray that she knows how much she was loved and is still loved in till we meet again my dear friend you will be dearly missed girl!!!

  • Sharon Summers

    To The Friends of my granddaughter Shannon and my daughter Stacy: Thank you for sharing your heart felt memories of this young women. As small children I cared for Adam, Audrey and Shannon while Stacy was away welcoming Ashley into the family. I know all three are together once again. They were strong little adversaries with their little brinks, and made sure Grandma was on point at all times. Ages 5, 4, and 2 1/2. Their funny little giggles and laughter as they chased me around the pool. I smile now as I know they are once again in that special place as siblings enjoying God’s glorious grace.

  • All I have to say is my heart goes out to the Hall family, and to all those who adored Shannon. Stacey, you are a strong amazing woman who has been given so many trials and I am so impressed with how brave you are to face each day with courage and positivity. I just caught wind of this heart breaking news while in Canada, and I instantly flashed back to a memory I had with Shannon and Audrey and some of the Olson kids playing Nintendo in the basement of the old house on Elmwood and remember how hard they all made me laugh and really made me feel apart of them, that is a memory I will cherish forever.
    God Bless and Love,
    Zach Stapley

  • Thank you for sharing your memory of Shannon

    • Dear Stacy, I have searched for you and the children for the past few years. I use to babysit Audrey, Adam, and baby Shannon when you lived in the mansion. My heart goes out to you and the family. God be near you at all times. I would love to visit with you one day. Please contact me at my email or at 575-308-8675 anytime. Again, my condolences🙏🏻

  • To the Hall family, I am so very sorry. Stacy, you are in my thoughts and prayers. My heart aches for you. Benton just came by and told us…we didn’t know. If we can do anything, please call. Love ya, Barb

  • Maggie Hendrickson

    Dear Stacy, I just heard the news about Shannon’s passing. My heart is breaking for your loss. It is also hurting because we have been out of touch for a couple of years since you moved. I hope you will find time to contact me soon. You know how much love I have for you and the children…mine and Christopher’s time spent together with Audrey, Adam, and Shannon in their youth is timeless. I still have pictures of them with Chris throughout my home. I remember those days like it was yesterday. Chris too will be heartbroken when I tell him. God bless little Shannon and her son Tyler. We love you all very much! My phone number hasn’t changed, 520-836-5549, Love, Maggie

  • I’m very sorry for your loss. You can draw hope from the Bible’s promise in Revelation 21:3,4 that there will be a time when there’s no more death and we will see our dead loved ones again. The Bible won’t completely take away your grief, but it can give you real hope and the strength to keep going. For more comforting verses you can visit the article linked below.
    https://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/dead-live-again/

  • Dear Stacy, I have often thought about you, Audrey, Adam, & Baby Shannon from time to time since I left Arizona several years ago. I viewed this obituary and had to send you my deepest heartfelt condolences. I use to baby sit the three of them when you all resided at The Mansion. I was one of the security officers there. I have nothing but fond happy silly memories of Audrey, Adam, and Shannon. I would love to speak with you one day, if you would like. I live in New Mexico and my number is 575-308-8675. Please text or call me and let me know how you are doing. God Bless you always…….Celina Bryant 🙂

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