Lillian Violet Hall

May 28, 1926 to May 30, 2022


It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of our beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt and a friend of many on May 30, 2022 at Pleasant View Towers at the age of 96. Predeceased by her husband Jack (2021); her son Barry Scott (2017); also parents Robert Hedley and Violet Mootrey; 4 sisters; Queen, Mae, Elsie, Maude; 6 brothers; Tommy, Fred, Chess, David, Reg and Clayton.

She leaves behind her son, Stephen (wife, Linda) 2 daughters, Jacqueline (husband, Walter); Patricia (husband, Eric); 14 grandchildren; 15 great grandchildren; one sister, Phyllis Drover; many nieces and nephews as well as many friends too numerous to mention by name. Lillian was a very loving and caring person, always putting the welfare of others ahead of her own. Nanna/ Nanna Lillian was dearly loved by all her grandchildren and great grandchildren. They always loved coming to nanna and poppy’s because there were always treats waiting for them regardless of their ages. Her grandchildren will miss her terribly. Lillian was one of Jehovah’s Witnesses and her family would like to share just two of her favorite scriptures from the Bible. Her very favorite was Revelation 21:4 which it says in part: “And he (Jehovah God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.” Lillian believed the Bible verse at John 5:28, 29 which says in part: “the hour is coming in which all in the memorial tombs (graves) will hear his voice (Jehovah God) and come out to a resurrection of life.” Her children also believe these Bible verses which brings them much comfort knowing that their mom is not suffering and that they will see mom and dad again. The family would like to express their heartfelt thanks to the staff on 2 South West of Pleasant View Towers, especially Team A and Team B. Our mom was there for 19 months and the staff treated her with such care and compassion. They treated her as if she was their mom or grandmother; we couldn’t have asked for better care. We, her family would like to thank them personally for their kind attention and empathy right up to mom’s final hours. Thank you staff on floor 2SW. The family would also like to thank Dr. Essaji for caring for our mother for so many years.

Cremation has taken place. There will be a Virtual Memorial Service at a later date. If you would like to be sent the link including the time and date for the Virtual Memorial Service when it becomes available, please email Stephen at Interment will take place at a later date.



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Jacqueline, Walter and family, my sincere condolences to you all at this time! You are in my thoughts and prayers! No matter the age or circumstance loosing your mom leaves a place in your heart which can never be filled by anything or anyone! (((Hugs))) to you all!

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family today. I know you have many wonderful memories of Lillian and Jack to help you thru this difficult time. But soon when Jehovah’s promise is fulfilled, you will be able to make so many more! Sincerest condolences.

June and Patricia Chaulk

We were so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother! Like the Snow family we go back a long way. Jack gave me a job at his cleaning company when I was just 17 and when there wasn’t anything to do he would send me over to do ironing for Lillian. She was very patient as I was slow, afraid I wasn’t doing a good enough job. She always had a smile for everyone. And both her and Jack were very good friends to my mom, Joan Chafe. She will be missed.
Looking forward to seeing her again as Jehovah promises in the Bible.

To my cousins, Steve, Jacqueline & Patricia, I grieve with you all, as well. My precious Aunt Lillian was very special to me and I will miss her terribly. BIG HUGS to you each . Praying for you during this difficult time. Cousin, Juanita

The Hall Family,
It is with sincere condolences that I’m writing this message today. Our families go back a long way. Over the years we have had a lot of good times. From home cooked meals together, moose hunting trips for the guys or just a visit it was always a good time. They had a way of always making you feel at home and welcomed. Both Jack and Lillian will always hold a special place in our hearts. As we await being reunited with our loved ones once again in the near future may we draw comfort from Jehovah’s promise and each other. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.
The Snow Family