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Marjorie Wiggins Hall, 86, of Charlotte passed away on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte. Marjorie was born on January 14, 1928 in Spartanburg, SC, a daughter of the late L.E. And Emma Thomason Wiggins.
Marjorie graduated from Fort Mill High School. She worked at Peat Marwick Mitchell and retired from Armature Winding Co. Marjorie was a member of First United Methodist Church, UMW, and the Dorcas Circle.
In addition to her parents, Marjorie is preceded in death by her husband, Lewis Hall, who she married in 1954, Marjorie and Lewis were the Charlotte Observer’s June Bride and Groom of 1954. Marjorie is also preceded in death by her sister, Wanda Moczygemba.
Marjorie is survived by her daughter, Anne Hall Barker of Charlotte; brother, L. Wayne Wiggins and wife Joyce of Abbeville, SC; and grandsons, Josh Barker, Andy Barker and Jake Barker all of Charlotte.
There will be a memorial service on Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 2:00 PM at First United Methodist Church of Charlotte. The family will receive friends in the fellowship hall after the service.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church 501 N. Tryon Street Charlotte NC 28202 or to the Alzheimer’s Association 3800 Shamrock Drive Charlotte NC 28215.
Carolina Cremation is assisting the Hall family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
Carol Leavelle says
Ann,,, I was so saddened to read your sweet mom’s obituary in this morning’s Observer. She was a lovely woman and always so kind to me as you always have been. I from my own experience know that your dear family will help ease the loss though you will miss her forever. I will be out of town all next week so will miss seeing you. Please send me an email so that I will have your email address and perhaps we can get together for lunch and reminisce about happier times…
I am very sorry for your loss. May the precious memories of time spent with your loved one give you joy. May God comfort you with the hope of the resurrection soon to come when your tears of sorrow will be turned to tears of joy. Acts 24:15
(Roy) Keith Rogers says
Hi Anne. I wanted you to know that my family and I are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. One of my warmest memories of my times at First Church is that of you, your mom, and your dad. All of you always demonstrated the true essence of Christian fellowship and love. Those are memories that are truly indelible and I am forever grateful! Your mom has entered through the glorious gateway that our shared faith has promised would be waiting for us. Much love, (Roy) Keith Rogers
Julie McIntosh says
I was saddened to hear of Aunt Marjorie’s passing. I know you will miss her. Although we did not spend much time together, I have very fond memories of my aunt.
She was a kind person who took good care of Mammam when she needed her most. I will always remember the “Mr. Thunder” song that we sang together as small children! Her southern drawl sounds sweet in my ears even now.
Please accept our deepest condolences and know that we think of you often here in Texas. I am so sorry that I am not able to make it to the memorial service. I would come for Wanda if I was able.