Wendy Lee Hall Walker
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“You left so suddenly, your thoughts unknown, you left us memories, we are proud to own. Your life was full of loving deeds, forever thoughtful of our special needs. Today and tomorrow, our whole life through, we will always love and cherish you.”

Our beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister and aunt passed away suddenly on July 8, 2007 in Elko, Nevada. Wendy Lee Hall was born on December 2, 1960 to Beverly Daniels and Theodore Hall in Monticello, Utah. Wendy graduated from Monticello High School in 1979 and then attended Barber College in Salt Lake City, Utah.

On June 21, 1985, Wendy married Curtis Walker in Salt Lake City, Utah. Two beautiful and beloved children were born, Theodore Curtis on April 27, 1987 and Grace Rosealy on May 3, 1989.

Wendy had a passion for camping, hiking, snowshoeing, skiing and white water canoeing. Wendy had a strong interest in sewing, weaving, arts and crafts. She delighted in making special handmade gifts for her family and friends and seeing the joy on their faces. Wendy loved her family and friends as they loved her back as much. She will be greatly missed.

Memorial services were held on July 14, 2007 at Burns Funeral Home in Elko, Nevada.

Wendy is survived by her husband Curtis Walker, son Theodore Curtis, daughter Grace Rosealy, all of Elko, NV; mother Beverly Wolfard of Dove Creek, CO; grandmother Winifred Hall of Oklahoma; sisters Thea (Paul) Langston of Monticello, UT, Carla (Tim) Thompson of Dove Creek, CO, Dondi Palmer of Fernley, NV; brother Michael (Kim) Bailey of Dove Creek, CO; stepfather Michael (Julie) Bailey of Monticello, UT; 19 nieces and nephews and five great nieces and nephew.

Her father Theodore Hall and stepmother Adrian Wolfard preceded her in death.
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