Ruth and Albert were like family to us when we were living in St Lazar QC then later in Hudson. She was always so gracious and kind to the children in their early years. We often traveled to Ottawa together to visit there. She would come to watch the children if Nancy and I needed a bit of time together alone or if Nancy needed to go to the clinic for treatment. She would come to visit even after she was living in Toronto and only visiting family in Montreal. A wonderful and godly model for the children in a formative time of life, and a sweet comfort to Nancy as she endured the specter of cancer when the children were so young. We were able to visit one time to her condo in Toronto and we were lovingly received - all seven of us - despite the weakness of age. She was a wonderful and faithful child of God and a beautiful person to be blessed by in our lives. Thank you Lord for her faithful, consistent and joyful life of service to You.
Have such great memories of all the meals shared with your family as a child and always so kindly served by Mrs. Hall! Also, too many times to mention, of the fun at the cottage with the whole family. Will be thinking of you all. We would liked to have come to the service but we hope to join by zoom as we both have covid this week.
My deepest condolences to the Hall family. Grandma Hall was a sweet and kind soul. She raised loving children who, in turn, do the same. May you find comfort in the memories you all shared together at this difficult time.
Our deepest condolences to you John and your entire family from the staff on 5 East. "Ruthie" as we all called her was our pride and joy plus she was our "Nursie" as well. May you find comfort that she is now free from all pain and that she had the most beautiful death, passing in her sleep. May God grant her eternal rest now.
rUTH, A MOST SPECIAL WOMRN, CARING FOR OTHERS ALWAYS. EASY TO LOVE