Eunice M. Hall, 84, passed away on Sept. 11, 2013, surrounded by her family. She has lived in Roswell, GA since 1999.
She was born Eunice Ness in Minot, ND and moved with her parents and brother to Vancouver, WA during WWII. She married, had two daughters and lived in Vancouver until 1979, when she moved to Seattle to work as a decorator and purchasing agent at the Bellevue Hilton Hotel. She retired in 1995. She moved to Roswell GA in 1999 when her twin granddaughters, Erin and Amanda Kelly, were born. She was an integral part of their lives and enjoyed living next door for over 11 years, helping to take them to gymnastics and piano lessons, and attended school functions and soccer games. Always a sweet, generous and fun-loving grandma, she was equally adored by her three adult grandsons. Eunice was a member of the Queen Bees Chapter of the Red Hat Society and volunteered at Canine Assistants and North Fulton Community Charities. She loved animals, enjoyed traveling with family and friends and had visited Europe, China, Australia, Greece, Canada and Mexico. She also loved to read. Always active, she was enthusiastic about exercise which included aerobics, yoga, Nordic Track and a Bowflex home gym on which she worked out a minimum of 6 hours a week.
She is survived by her daughter Kathy (Mike) Maynard of Rocklin, CA and Teri (Dave) Kelly of Roswell, GA; grandchildren Matt Maynard, Scott Maynard, Casey Maynard, Erin and Amanda Kelly; and great-grandchildren Nevaeh and Enzo Maynard and Noelle and Grace Maynard. A Celebration of Life reception will be held at Eunice’s home in Roswell at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 19. Memorial donations are appreciated to the North Fulton Community Charities or the Southern Hope Humane Society in Roswell. Please share memories at www.southcare.us. Arrangements by SouthCare Cremation & Funeral Society in Alpharetta.